Register a Model Version - Amazon SageMaker

Register a Model Version

You register an Amazon SageMaker model by creating a model version that specifies the model group to which it belongs. A model version must include both the model artifacts (the trained weights of a model) and the inference code for the model.

An inference pipeline is a SageMaker model composed of a linear sequence of two to fifteen containers that process inference requests. You register an inference pipeline by specifying the containers and the associated environment variables. For more information on inference pipelines, see Deploy an Inference Pipeline.

You can register a model or an inference pipeline by using either the AWS SDK for Python (Boto3) or by creating a step in a SageMaker model building pipeline.

Register a Model Version (SageMaker Pipelines)

To register a model version by using a SageMaker model building pipeline, create a RegisterModel step in your pipeline. For information about a creating RegisterModel step as part of a pipeline, see Define a Pipeline.

Register a Model Version (Boto3)

To register a model version by using Boto3, call the create_model_package method.

First, you set up the parameter dictionary to pass to the create_model_package method.

modelpackage_inference_specification = { "InferenceSpecification": { "Containers": [ { "Image": '', } ], "SupportedContentTypes": [ "text/csv" ], "SupportedResponseMIMETypes": [ "text/csv" ], } } # Specify the model source model_url = "s3://your-bucket-name/model.tar.gz" # Specify the model data modelpackage_inference_specification["InferenceSpecification"]["Containers"][0]["ModelDataUrl"]=model_url create_model_package_input_dict = { "ModelPackageGroupName" : model_package_group_name, "ModelPackageDescription" : "Model to detect 3 different types of irises (Setosa, Versicolour, and Virginica)", "ModelApprovalStatus" : "PendingManualApproval" } create_model_package_input_dict.update(modelpackage_inference_specification)

Then you call the create_model_package method, passing in the parameter dictionary that you just set up.

create_mode_package_response = sm_client.create_model_package(**create_model_package_input_dict) model_package_arn = create_mode_package_response["ModelPackageArn"] print('ModelPackage Version ARN : {}'.format(model_package_arn))