Welcome to the fourth blog post in our “Kubeflow Fundamentals” series specifically designed for folks brand new to the Kubelfow project. The aim of the series is to walk you through a detailed introduction of Kubeflow, a deep-dive into the various components, add-ons and how they all come together to deliver a complete MLOps platform.
In this post we’ll focus on getting a little more familiar with Kubeflow external tools and add-ons including Istio, Kale, Rok and a few tools for serving. Ok, let’s dive right in!
As you become more familiar with Kubeflow and how it works, you’ll start to identify workflow goals which Kubeflow can satisfy. You will likely need to integrate additional software to allow Kubeflow to more tightly integrate with your specific environment. These add-ons also make specific tasks easier, more secure, scalable and faster. For example, some popular external add-ons include:
For a complete list of all the add-ons available in the Kubeflow ecosystem, check out the Docs. (Note: unfortunately the official Docs appear to be outdated in some spots so “your mileage may vary” as to the accuracy of the information.)