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June 2022 Product Release Notes

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As we continue to iterate on our core capabilities, we are pleased to announce the following product improvements in our June 2022 product release:

  • Model Auto-Conversion Updated to include keras ML Models:
    • Wallaroo provides an auto-conversion method that supports sk-learn, XGBoost, and keras models. This method converts the submitted model and uploads it into the current workspace. The following tutorials demonstrate how to use the convert_model method to convert a model for use with Wallaroo and run sample inferences on the converted model:
    • sk-learn
    • keras
    • XGBoost Classification and XGBoost Regression
  • Statsmodel Support:
    • Statsmodels can be imported into a Wallaroo instance as Pickle files.
  • Amazon Web Services EC2 for Wallaroo Community:
    • Wallaroo Community can be installed into a Kubernetes cloud environment such as Amazon AWS, Google GCP and Microsoft Azure. This release provides support for Amazon EC2 instances for Wallaroo Community from a pre-made instance, making the installation even easier for organizations.

For more information on these and other features, see the Wallaroo Documentation Page.

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