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Sagify is a tool that helps you manage your machine learning (ML) projects on AWS SageMaker. AWS SageMaker is a service that lets you build, train and deploy ML models in the cloud. Sagify simplifies the process of using AWS SageMaker by providing a command-line interface (CLI) that hides the low-level details and lets you focus on your ML code.
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With Sagify, you can train, tune and deploy hundreds of ML models by implementing just two functions: a train function and a predict function. The train function defines how to train your model on your data, and the predict function defines how to make predictions with your model. Sagify supports different types of ML frameworks, such as scikit-learn, TensorFlow, PyTorch and more.

Sagify also helps you monitor your training metrics, such as accuracy, loss, precision and recall. You can use Sagify's API to log these metrics and visualize them on AWS CloudWatch. This way, you can track the performance of your models and compare different experiments.

Sagify is an open-source project that is available for free. You can install it with pip: pip install sagify. You can also find more information and documentation on its website: https://www.sagifyml.com/ or its GitHub page: https://kenza-ai.github.io/sagify/.

Sagify is a great tool for data scientists who want to use AWS SageMaker for their ML projects. It makes MLOps (ML operations) easier and faster by automating the training and deployment of ML models. If you are looking for a data science friendly interface for AWS SageMaker, you should give Sagify a try!

  •  It simplifies and expedites the ML pipelines on AWS SageMaker by hiding the low level engineering tasks .
  •  It allows you to train, tune and deploy a ML model on the cloud with just a few commands and minimal code .
  •  It supports different frameworks such as PyTorch, TensorFlow, Hugging Face and XGBoost  .
  •  It enables you to run batch prediction pipelines or deploy your model as a RESTful endpoint .
  •  It is open source and has a good documentation and community support .


  •  It requires you to have Docker, Python and awscli installed and configured on your local machine .
  •  It may not cover all the features and functionalities of AWS SageMaker that you may need for your specific use case.
  •  It may have some compatibility issues with different versions of Python, Docker or AWS SDK.
  •  It may not be updated frequently enough to keep up with the latest changes and improvements of AWS SageMaker.
  •  It may have some bugs or errors that are not well tested or reported.

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