New in July: A seamless bridge from model development to deployment
This month, we launched Truss, an open-source Python package for model serving and deployment. As a Baseten user, you’ve actually been using Truss for a while now behind the scenes without knowing it, but this open-source launch will unlock new capabilities within Baseten for you.
How to add an interactive ML demo to your landing page
Embedding a live, interactive demo of your product in a landing page can boost conversion rates. Let’s say you’re tasked with adding a ML model demo to the homepage of a machine learning API provider. Let's consider how to overcome the technical and organizational challenges of embedding this demo.
New in May: Off-site but on-track
At the end of April, we launched our public beta and new brand, opening up Baseten for anyone to use. Now we're focused on learning from and improving the product for public beta users — like you! We want to enable data scientists to deploy more models and build more apps that unlock business value.
Send Slack messages with classified leads with Baseten
Many business processes benefit from integration with existing interfaces. Baseten’s Slack integration abstracts away all of the boilerplate code required to send a message to a Slack channel, and in this tutorial we’ll build a lead classifier with a pre-trained zero-shot classification model.
Store data in S3 with a data connection
While Baseten provides PostgreSQL tables for storing information from model runs, you may want to store your data in your own databases. Plus, for data ill-suited for relational databases, like large files and key-value pairs, you’ll want to use more appropriate technologies.
Create an API endpoint for a model
When you deploy a model on Baseten, you can invoke it via an API right away. This saves you the effort of building and deploying a model server in Flask or Django, making it faster to interact with models. But in production use cases, you often need to wrap model invocation in parsing and business logic for the model to be useful.
Baseten achieves SOC 2 Type 1 certification
In March, Baseten completed a rigorous audit by Sensiba San Filippo LLP, a leading CPA firm, to achieve SOC 2 Type 1 certification. This effort, led by our CEO, involved providing auditors with detailed statements and substantial evidence about our product and operations.
How Baseten is using "docs as code" to build best-in-class documentation
Docs as code is a philosophy of writing documentation with the same tools and practices as writing code. Adopting docs as code has lowered friction for engineers to contribute documentation, improving docs quality and saving time.