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Gain acknowledgement for your newly developed ML observability skillset with a shareable Arize Certification.

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Getting started with Machine Learning

Dive into the fundamentals of troubleshooting models in production with these 101-style primers on key concepts

Fundamentals of ML Observability

Covers fundamental concepts including model performance monitoring, drift detection, explainability, data quality monitoring, service-level performance and more.

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Machine Learning Ecosystem

A comprehensive crash course on the major categories of ML infrastructure solutions and why a team might need each.

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The Definitive ML Observability Checklist

The essential elements to consider when evaluating an ML observability platform.

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Model Monitoring

An overview of machine learning model monitoring, why it’s important, how it relates to machine learning observability, and what to look for in a model monitoring solution.

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ML Observability

An overview of ML observability fundamentals, the four pillars of ML observability, its implementation in the ML toolchain, and common techniques.

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Model Drift

Learn what constitutes model drift, how to monitor for drift in machine learning models, the types of drift — including concept drift, feature drift, and upstream drift — and drift resolution techniques.

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Arize Certification

As more machine learning models are deployed into production, it’s imperative to have the right skillset to monitor, troubleshoot, and explain model performance. Our self-paced, ML Observability Fundamentals Course is designed help data scientists and ML practitioners gain confidence taking their models from research to production. Through our pre-recorded instructor videos, checkpoint questions and unit labs, you will gain a hands-on understanding of how to identify where a model is underperforming, troubleshoot model and data issues, and how to proactively mitigate future degradations.

Upon completion of this series, you will receive a ML Observability Fundamentals acknowledgement for your new skills!

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