Does your org have a ModelOps function? How have you connected it with DevOps?

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Chair and Professor, Startup CTO in Education, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
No, we don’t have.
VP of Engineering in Education, 10,001+ employees
Yes we have a ModelOps. Connecting to DevOps has been hard training wise. Also ML needs are different from trinational software needs. We are still trying to figure this out. 
Sr. Director of Engineering in Software, 51 - 200 employees
We do have a ModelOps function that's under development and its development, CI/CD, operations, feedback elements of lifecycle are being discussed and deployed in isolated way at present. We are working on connecting them together to establish a seamless way of developing a MLOps pipeline that starts from data collection and deploys and maintains model in deployments like a standard set of application function.
Director of Engineering in Software, 10,001+ employees
No we do not have ModelOps. We do not want this to get confused internally. There are dedicated team though who works on ML and other technologies and continue the research accordingly. These are different pods for us. 

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