Reduce onboarding and maintenance cost for 50%+ by making sure everyone is always on the same page of data health with simple, code-based assertions that are integrated directly into your development process.
Work with any tools you love
By embracing modern data stack, PipeRider works with any pipeline at any scale. It can be gradually introduced to your stack with low integration cost. It's a true developer-first tool that grows with you.
A few more pains we heard from people...
Pain: Data versioning and tracking its impact across the whole pipeline
Our Solution: Several MLOps tools enable data and model versioning: DVC, Pachyderm, MLFLow, and Neptune. However, ML reproducibility means data + code + process. Integrating versioning schemes from multiple stages and tools becomes unmanageable quickly.
PipeRider uses simple, timestamp-based versioning to help you reason about the process and the quality of the outcome.
Pain: Visibility and Resilience of an ML system
Our Solution: Existing solutions often focus on the deployed service with no insight from the previous process. Traditional monitoring tools for operational metrics, such as Prometheus and Grafana, help us make sure the service is alive. Model quality monitoring tools, such as WhyLab, Comet, and Superwise give us insight on potential concept drifts.
PipeRider builds on top of existing, single-stage solutions and provides pipeline-wide visibility for developers to debug the cause of the drift and the impact radius. Such visibility enables better collaboration between scientists and developers and improves the speed of iteration.
Pain: Bridging the gap between real-time performance metrics and long-term business metrics.
Our Solution: The metadata storage should be capable of long-retention of data and allow out-of-order data ingestion. Complex versioning schema incurs limits on such capability.
PipeRider solves the problem by focusing on timestamp-based versioning and a tag filtering system. The simplicity of such schema makes it easier to get everyone onboard and lowers the entry barrier. Incorporating tools across the whole lifecycle becomes easier.