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About the work
GitLab ModelOps aims to bring data science into GitLab both within existing and new features to make them smarter, more intelligent, and to empower GitLab customers to build and integrate data science workloads within GitLab. This stage also supports our FY24 Product Theme: GitLab for Data Science, and the GitLab company vision of developing an AllOps platform.
Your role will be to build and optimise our infrastructure and scale our LLM’s (large language models) while integrating them as microservices within Gitlab, and dropping the costs of Machine Learning. You will balance short and long-term efforts from an infrastructure perspective and work on scalability challenges. You will be the backbone of our ML efforts that solve the challenges of today and tomorrow.
What you will do
What you will bring
About the team
Today, data scientists piece together data, tooling, and frameworks to get bespoke data science workloads running and producing business value. Data scientists then hand off models to engineering teams to attempt to deploy them to production. These teams speak different languages, use different tools, and have completely different workflows. This makes it very difficult to deploy data science workloads to production, increasing time to value and costs. One of our primary goals for our ModelOps stage is to reduce the complexities of data science workloads and integrate these workloads to easily be managed and developed within GitLab.
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