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Supercharge your workflow with a CI/CD approach for machine learning. Install Gradient on any repo and train models directly from pull requests or commits. Build reproducible, maintainable, and deterministic models without ever configuring servers.
Install the GitHub app on your repo and connect to a Gradient project.
Every time you push code a Gradient Workflow will be triggered.
Iterate quickly and in parallel. Create continuously updated ML models.
Linking your Git repo takes just a few seconds. Once connected, your ML training will be tightly coupled with your source code.
The Gradient model repository is a hub for importing, managing, and deploying ML models.
Gradient makes model inference simple and scalable. Deploy any model as a high-performance, low-latency micro-service with a RESTful API. Easily monitor, scale, and version deployments.
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Go from signup to training a model in seconds. Leverage pre-configured templates & sample projects.
Job scheduling, resource provisioning, cluster management, and more without ever managing servers.
Scale up training with a full range of GPU options with no runtime limits.
Automatic versioning, tagging, and life-cycle management. Develop models and compare performance over time.
Say goodbye to black-boxes. Gradient provides a unified platform designed for your entire team.
Improve visibility into team performance. Invite collaborators or leverage public projects.
Get started with a library of sample projects you can clone and run in your own account.
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