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An end-to-end project

Put your new knowledge in action with an end-to-end project
That was awesome! We learned so many advanced MLOps production concepts:
We will now combine all of these concepts into an end-to-end MLOps project powered by ZenML.

Get started

Start with a fresh virtual environment with no dependencies. Then let's install our dependencies:
pip install "zenml[templates,server]" notebook
zenml integration install sklearn -y
We will then use ZenML templates to help us get the code we need for the project:
mkdir zenml_batch_e2e
cd zenml_batch_e2e
zenml init --template e2e_batch --template-with-defaults
# Just in case, we install the requirements again
pip install -r requirements.txt
Above doesn't work? Here is an alternative
The e2e template is also available as a ZenML example. You can clone it:
git clone [email protected]:zenml-io/zenml.git
cd examples/e2e
pip install -r requirements.txt
zenml init

What you'll learn

The e2e project is a comprehensive project template to cover major use cases of ZenML: a collection of steps and pipelines and, to top it all off, a simple but useful CLI. It showcases the core ZenML concepts for supervised ML with batch predictions. It builds on top of the starter project with more advanced concepts.
As you progress through the e2e batch template, try running the pipelines on a remote cloud stack on a tracked git repository to practice some of the concepts we have learned in this guide.
At the end, don't forget to share the ZenML e2e template with your colleagues and see how they react!

Conclusion and next steps

The production guide has now hopefully landed you with an end-to-end MLOps project, powered by a ZenML server connected to your cloud infrastructure. You are now ready to dive deep into writing your own pipelines and stacks. If you are looking to learn more advanced concepts, the Advanced Guide is for you. Until then, we wish you the best of luck chasing your MLOps dreams!
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