Hey team, Aim 3.7 featuring Aim Docker Image is now available!
We are on a mission to democratize MLOps tools. Thanks to the awesome Aim community for the help and contributions.
Aim is an open-source, self-hosted ML experiment tracking tool. It’s good at tracking lots (1000s) of training runs and it allows you to compare them with a performant and beautiful UI.
You can use not only the great Aim UI but also its SDK to query your runs’ metadata programmatically. That’s especially useful for automations and additional analysis on a Jupyter Notebook.
Here is what’s new in the V3.7 release:
- Completely revamped Run Single Page
- TF/Keras adaptors refactoring
- Aim Docker Image
Special thanks to osoblanco for the help, insights and feedback.
Run Single Page Overview
We have created an overview section on the Run Single page to quickly observe the relevant info about your before getting deep into it.
- The last values of metrics
- Flattened list of key params
- Overview information about your run
- Tracked reproducibility fields (env and git info, etc)
Aim Docker Image
Now you can pull the Aim docker image from the docker hub!
For the users who are trying to set up Aim on their clusters or server infrastructure via docker, now you can use the native container — released with each release.
docker pull aimstack/aim
The Aim docker container is pre-packaged Aim that can be mounted on
.aim directory and UI could be ran.
We have been incredibly lucky to get help and contributions from the amazing Aim community. It’s humbling and inspiring.
Also check the recent blog post on Aim 3.6 release featuring Mlflow logs converter & more!