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WhyLabs Now Available in AWS Marketplace

Everyone should have access to the tools and technologies that enable MLOps best practices. Machine learning has become an essential resource for companies of all shapes and sizes, from small startups to large enterprises. We continue to see customers leverage cloud providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a trusted platform to discover, purchase and deploy AI solutions.

For this reason, we are excited to announce the launch of our public listing of WhyLabs on the AWS Marketplace. AWS customers worldwide can now quickly deploy the WhyLabs AI Observatory to monitor, understand, and debug their machine learning models deployed in AWS.

Data scientists and machine learning engineers can start using the WhyLabs AI Observatory in minutes by signing up for a free account through the Marketplace Listing. Their first model is monitored for free and, thanks to AWS Marketplace, they never have to talk to a salesperson or enter credit card information.

The AI Observatory makes model monitoring and AI observability easy, ensuring that users can be certain about the performance of the ML models they deploy. By integrating with the open source data profiling library whylogs, WhyLabs is able to ensure that sensitive data never leaves our customers’ VPCs. And because the AI Observatory is a SaaS offering, users don’t have to worry about any hidden costs or managing any infrastructure.

What’s on offer

With the AWS Marketplace offering, users can get access to the full WhyLabs AI observatory offering, including:

  • Perpetually free access for their first monitored ML model
  • Automated drift monitoring and anomaly detection
  • An interactive UI for debugging issues with data pipelines and ML models
  • A suite of notification integrations, including email, Slack, PagerDuty, etc
  • A single pane of glass for monitoring all machine learning models, regardless of how or where they are deployed

How to get started

Signing up for the AI Observatory through AWS Marketplace is easy:

Start off by logging into the AWS account that you want to use for payment. Go to https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/prodview-jes5hqwo3nvw4 (or search for “whylabs” in the AWS Marketplace console) and click the orange “Continue to Subscribe” button:

Then:

  1. Select the number of models you want to sign up for.
  2. Click Create Contract.
  3. Select Pay Now.
  4. Click Setup Your Account, which opens up the WhyLabs AI Observatory in a new tab.
  5. Create an account with any email address. It doesn’t have to be the one associated with your AWS account.

You’ll end up in the Observatory with a new model waiting for you to upload profiles to. You’ll be able to create new models up to the limit you signed up for.

If you want more models or support than we have listed in our marketplace listing, contact us at [email protected]  to set up a private offer.

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