1. Storing Model Evaluation Metrics in PostgreSQL Databases


    Storing model evaluation metrics in a PostgreSQL database involves several steps: setting up the PostgreSQL database, creating a table to store the metrics, and then inserting the metrics into the database. Below is a Pulumi Python program that demonstrates how to set up a PostgreSQL database and create a table suitable for storing evaluation metrics.

    In this example, we will use the pulumi_postgresql provider to create a new PostgreSQL database and a schema where we will create our table. You need to have the PostgreSQL provider configured to connect to the PostgreSQL server you wish to manage.

    The table we create will have columns suitable for storing typical model evaluation metrics, such as precision, recall, f1-score, etc. You can adjust the table schema based on your specific needs. I'll include comments that explain each part of the code.

    import pulumi import pulumi_postgresql as postgresql # Create a PostgreSQL database to store evaluation metrics. database = postgresql.Database("metrics_db", name="model_evaluation_metrics", ) # Output the database name pulumi.export('database_name', database.name) # Create a Schema within the Database where we will create our evaluation metrics table. schema = postgresql.Schema("metrics_schema", name="evaluation", database=database.name, ) # Create a table within the schema to store the model evaluation metrics. # The table includes columns for identifier, model name, precision, recall, and f1-score. # This is a generic schema; you'll want to tailor this to the metrics you are storing. metrics_table = postgresql.Table("metrics_table", database=database.name, schema=schema.name, name="model_metrics", columns=[ postgresql.TableColumnArgs( name="id", type="serial", nullable=False ), postgresql.TableColumnArgs( name="model_name", type="text", nullable=False ), postgresql.TableColumnArgs( name="precision", type="double precision", nullable=False ), postgresql.TableColumnArgs( name="recall", type="double precision", nullable=False ), postgresql.TableColumnArgs( name="f1_score", type="double precision", nullable=False ), # You can add as many columns here as you need for your evaluation metrics. ], primary_keys=["id"], ) # Output the table name pulumi.export('table_name', metrics_table.name)

    In the program above, you will first set up a PostgreSQL database named model_evaluation_metrics. Make sure to replace the placeholder values and set the credentials to connect to your PostgreSQL instance accordingly.

    Next, within the database, we create a schema named evaluation. A schema is a way to logically group tables and other database objects within a PostgreSQL database.

    After that, we define a new table model_metrics inside our schema meant for storing the evaluation metrics. It has columns for model identification like model_name, and metric columns precision, recall, and f1_score. Each column is set to double precision to allow storing floating-point numbers for our metrics.

    Notice the use of the pulumi.export function. It's not necessary for the setup but can be useful to output the created resource names once the Pulumi program is executed.

    You may run this Pulumi program using the pulumi up command after configuring Pulumi with the proper PostgreSQL credentials and endpoint.

    This is just a starting point. Depending on your needs, you might also want to define indexes, foreign keys, and more comprehensive data types or add additional metrics and configuration.