ModelOps vs. MLOps

MLOps is for Data Scientists
ModelOps is for CIOs
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Gartner Report: Market Guide for AI Trust, Risk and Security Management
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MLOps and ModelOps: What’s The Difference And Why It Matters

ModelOps is necessarily separate and distinct from data science

“Model operationalization (ModelOps) is primarily focused on the end-to-end governance and life cycle management of all analytics, AI and decision models …”
Gartner, Market Guide for AI Trust, Risk and Security Management,  September 2021
Avivah Litan, Farhan Choudhary, Jeremy D’Hoinne
Difference Between ModelOps and MLOps
Top 10 Questions about MLOps and ModelOps
  1. What is MLOps?
  2. What is ModelOps?
  3. What types of capabilities are common in MLOps tools?
  4. What type of models are handled by MLOps tools?
  5. What types of capabilities are common in ModelOps solutions?
  6. Is there overlap between MLOps and ModelOps?
  7. Does ModelOps diminish the investment that has already been made in MLOps tools?
  8. What is ModelOp Center?
  9. What makes ModelOp Center different from other ModelOps solutions?
  10. What if I have tools that overlap with the capabilities that ModelOp Center provides? Will I lose the investment I have made in those tools and solutions?

MLOps and ModelOps

Both are needed and work together
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