What’s New in v0.8.0: Extend ZenML Any Way You Like! | ZenML Blog

Last updated: November 3, 2022.

ZenML 0.8.0 – and a number of changes around the edges including our messaging and website – is all about extensibility. We’ve been working hard to make it clear and comprehensible how you can add custom components to the core framework. You’ll love how we’ve upgraded and beautified the CLI, even giving it a speed boost while we were there!

Beyond this, a host of smaller bugfixes and documentation changes combine to make ZenML 0.8.0 a more pleasant user experience overall. For a detailed look at what’s changed, give our full release notes a glance.

⏲️ EVENT: Join the ZenML team for an MLOps Day

We are hosting a MLOps day on Wednesday, May 25, where we’ll be building a vendor-agnostic MLOps pipeline from scratch.

Sign up here to join the entire ZenML team in showcasing the latest release, answering the community’s questions, and live-coding vendor-agnostic MLOps features with the ZenML framework!

🧘‍♀️ Extensibility is our middle name

From talking to many of you in our Slack community, we know that custom stack components and integrations is often at the top of your collective minds. ZenML 0.8.0 makes it much easier to extend the core ZenML framework. To achieve this, we changed the underlying code and wrote better documentation and guides on exactly how to do this.

🥞 Manage your Stacks

We added some extra functionality that’s going to improve your quality of life considerably when interacting with your stacks!

👭 Collaboration

🖥 CLI Improvements

Screenshot of how our CLI looks

🚀 New Integrations

📖 Documentation & User Guides

➕ Other Updates, Additions and Fixes

🙌 Community Contributions

We received a new community contribution during this release cycle, from Avram Ðorđević in Belgrade. It’s great to have the community returning to contribute to the codebase! Avram added support for scipy sparse matrices in his PR.

👩‍💻 Contribute to ZenML!

Join our Slack to let us know if you have an idea for a feature or something you’d like to contribute to the framework.

Screenshot of the new hub for our

We’re super excited to be able to share the new home for our roadmap where you can vote on your favorite upcoming feature or propose new ideas for what the core team should work on. You can vote without needing to log in, so please do let us know what you want us to build!

[Photo by Audrey Martin on Unsplash]

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