Projects and automation#

A project is a container for all your work on a particular activity/application. It is the basic starting point for your work. Project definitions include all of the associated code, functions, submitting tasks/jobs to functions, artifacts, lists of parameters, and secrets. You can create project definitions using the SDK or a yaml file and store those in the MLRun DB, a file, or an archive. Project jobs/workflows refer to all project resources by name, establishing a separation between configuration and code.

Projects can be mapped to git repositories or IDE project (in PyCharm, VSCode, etc.), which enables versioning, collaboration, and CI/CD. Project access can be restricted to a set of users and roles.

Projects can be loaded/cloned using a single command. Once the project is loaded you can execute the functions or workflows locally, on a cluster, or inside a CI/CD framework.

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