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This guide introduces the core micro services that compose ModelOp Center, and explains the structure for the ModelOp Center Documentation Hub to help you find the information you need. If you have any questions, please click here reach out to the ModelOp Team.
ModelOp Center (MOC) is composed of a set of flexible and extensible micro services that enable the consistent Deployment, Monitoring, and Governance of all analytical models, regardless of the model factory from which they were developed, the infrastructure/platform in which they run, or the consuming application.
ModelOp Center’s Micro Services
Core micro services:
Model Manager: service that collects and persists all of the metadata, execution, and test results about a model. This service is backed by a MongoDB for persistence, and provides the production Model Catalog as well as all of the Model Details for each model.
MLC (model life cycle) Manager: service that orchestrates and manages all of the processes in a model’s entire life cycle, from registration, to promotion, to production, to monitoring, and eventual retirement.
ModelOp Runtime: language and framework-agnostic model execution runtime, allowing for models of all types to be executed in batch, streaming, or REST mode.
Gateway: service that provides secure entry into all other core ModelOp services.
Registry: registration service for all other micro services within ModelOp Center, enabling automatic registration of new instances of core ModelOp Center services as well as on-going monitoring and management of each service.
Reporting: flexible service to allow for reporting from MLC Manager as well as other internal and external runtimes and services.
Document: service that allows for automatically generating documents using model metadata, test results, and other model information from document templates.
Optional micro services:
Model Factory Plugins: set of plugins into common model factories to enable easy registration and management of models that are created within those model factories. Jupyter and RStudio are the main existing supported plugin.
Mode Execution (Runtime) Services: services to integrate with various model execution runtimes, such as Spark, SageMaker, etc.
Logstash: output from ModelOp services and instructions on how to configure logstash to write to your preferred location.
The ModelOp Center Documentation Hub is organized into a series of articles that provide overviews of ModelOp Center, key ModelOps terminology, How To’s, and also technical guides and installation manuals (available for licensed customers). Use the sidebar on the left of the page to find the information you need.
New users generally look into the following areas:
Click Here to learn about the Terminology of ModelOp Center
Click Here to Get Oriented with ModelOp Center’s Command Center
Click into the series of articles below or to learn how to Deploy, Monitor, or Govern models in ModelOp Center: