Train computer vision models faster

The most comprehensive deep learning platform to manage experiments, data and resources more frequently, at scale and with greater confidence.

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DevOps for deep learning and computer vision

Run and compare hundreds of experiments, version control data in the cloud or on-premise, and automate deep learning for computer vision on AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, or a local cluster.

Data management

Version control your deep learning data

Iterate faster and track the best models you’ve created, what data you train with and experiment on, what hyperparameters you used, and the associated tradeoffs.

Manage data like a pro

Easily version control and track the complete evolution of your computer vision models with datasets, hyperparameters, machines, data sources, and code.

Exploring data is one query away

Query language and functionalities that let you easily slice and dice the data in the cloud or on-premise. Compare data queries between computer vision experiments and analyze the performance of different deep learning datasets.

Accelerate training on
 massive datasets

Upload Gigabytes or Petabytes of training data to your framework in no time. We stream your computer vision data, cache it locally and only sync changes, saving you time and keeping your data secure.

Keep data private and secure

Protect your business and your customers' data by hosting all of your assets in your own cloud environment or on-premise data storage. Your data don’t leave your premise or cloud.

Experiment management

Run deep learning experiments 100x faster

Run, track and manage innumerable deep-learning experiments faster and with greater confidence. Visualize your experiments, and the hyperparameters used in them.

Compare experiments

Compare experiment results, hyperparameters, versions of training data and source code, so you can quickly analyze what worked and what didn’t.

Visualize and monitor experiments

Run, track, and manage all your team experiments in a single place. Visualize experiments, hyperparams, source code, data, logs, artifacts and resources for easy consumption at-a-glance in real-time.

Reproduce experiments with one click

Everything you need to revisit, examine and reproduce your experiments. Refine your models by reducing and eliminating variations when rerunning failed jobs or previous experiments.

Resource management

Deep learning for computer vision: cloud, on-premise or hybrid

Train deep learning models with ease by auto-scaling your compute resources for the best possible outcome and ROI. Manage your local, hybrid, or public cloud (AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud) compute resources as a single environment.

Get started in minutes

Install the MissingLink SDK and within minutes run and compare hundreds of computer vision experiments, version control data on cloud or on-premise, and automate compute resources on AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, or a local cluster.

Manage and scale resources to meet the demands of your team

Whether you’re using Microsoft Azure, AWS, hybrid, or your local clusters - MissingLink is the most comprehensive deep learning platform to train your computer vision models more frequently, at lower cost and with greater confidence.

Amazon spot instances support

Take full advantage of AWS Spot Instances. Experiments that use Spot and currently submit a bid price will resume working with no changes if they get outbid reducing the cost of running experiments as compared to On-Demand pricing

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Use only the MissingLink services you need and integrate seamlessly.







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# Auto document and share your experiment results in a few lines
import missinglink
missinglink_callback = missinglink.KerasCallback()
callbacks = [missinglink_callback]
model = tf.keras.models.Sequential([
  tf.keras.layers.Flatten(input_shape=(28, 28)),
  tf.keras.layers.Dense(128, activation='relu'),
  tf.keras.layers.Dense(10, activation='softmax')
  metrics=['accuracy']), y_train, epochs=5, callbacks=callbacks)
model.evaluate(x_test, y_test, callbacks=callbacks)
# Launch an experiment on your premises or cloud
ml run xp

# Fetch a slice and version of your dataset from your premises or cloud
ml data clone 5685154290860032 --query "@version: aca1a37 @seed:1337 pedestrians:true" --dest-folder ./
# Train only on images with cats
query = 'cat:>0'
data_gen = missinglink_callback.bind_data_generator(
train_generator, test_generator, val_generator = data_gen.flow()
# Data is streamed. No more waiting for the entire dataset