Model Deployment

Model deployments are records that we create when user deploys a model to dedicated prediction cluster.


Users can still predict using models which have NOT been deployed. Deployment, in the current state of the system, only means making database records which we then associate monitoring data with. In other words, users can’t access monitoring info for predictions using models without an associated model deployment record.

Creating Model Deployment

To create new ModelDeployment we need to have a project_id and model_id we want to deploy. If we are going to create ModelDeployment of Model that is deployed to instance we need instance_id of this instance. For creation of new ModelDeployment we will use ModelDeployment.create. For new ModelDeployment we will need to set some readable label. It can also have custom description and status.

import datarobot as dr

project_id = '5506fcd38bd88f5953219da0'
model_id = '5506fcd98bd88f1641a720a3'
instance_id = '5a8d4bf9962d7415f7cce05a'
label = 'New Model Deployment'

model_deployment = dr.ModelDeployment.create(label=label, model_id=model_id,
                                             project_id=project_id, instance_id=instance_id)

>>> '5a8eabe8962d743607c5009'

Get list of Model Deployments

To retrieve list of all ModelDeployment items we use ModelDeployment.list. List could be queried using query parameter, ordered by order_by and filtered by status parameters. Also we can slice results using limit and offset parameters.

import datarobot as dr

model_deployments = dr.ModelDeployment.list()
>>> [<datarobot.models.model_deployment.ModelDeployment object at 0x7efebf513c10>,
<datarobot.models.model_deployment.ModelDeployment object at 0x7efebf513a50>,
<datarobot.models.model_deployment.ModelDeployment object at 0x7efebf513ad0>]

Get single ModelDeployment

To get ModelDeployment instance we use ModelDeployment.get with model_deployment_id as an argument.

import datarobot as dr

model_deployment_id = '5a8eabe8962d743607c5009'

model_deployment = dr.ModelDeployment.get(model_deployment_id)

>>> [{'message': 'No successful predictions in 24 hours', 'msg_id': 'NO_GOOD_REQUESTS', :level': 'passing'}]

When we have an instance of ModelDeployment we can update its label, description or status. You can chose status value from datarobot.enums.MODEL_DEPLOYMENT_STATUS

from datarobot.enums import MODEL_DEPLOYMENT_STATUS

model_deployment.update(label='Old deployment', description='Deactivated model deployment',

We can also get service health of ModelDeployment instance using get_service_statistics method. It accepts start_data and end_date as optional parameters for setting period of statistics

>>> {'consumers': 0,
     'load': {'median': 0.0, 'peak': 0.0},
     'period': {'end': datetime.datetime(2018, 2, 22, 12, 5, 40, 764294, tzinfo=tzutc()),
     'start': datetime.datetime(2017, 1, 1, 0, 0, tzinfo=tzutc())},
     'server_error_rate': {'current': 0.0, 'previous': 0.0},
     'total_requests': 0,
     'user_error_rate': {'current': 0.0, 'previous': 0.0}}

History of ModelDeployment instance is available via action_log method

>>> [{'action': 'created',
      'performed_at': datetime.datetime(2018, 2, 21, 12, 4, 5, 804305),
      'performed_by': {'id': '5a86c0e0e7c354c960cd0540',
       'username': ''}},
     {'action': 'deployed',
      'performed_at': datetime.datetime(2018, 2, 22, 11, 39, 20, 34000),
      'performed_by': {'id': '5a86c0e0e7c354c960cd0540',
       'username': ''}}]