1. Storing Metadata for Machine Learning Models with DynamoDB


    To store metadata for machine learning models with DynamoDB using Pulumi, you would create a DynamoDB table configured with the appropriate attributes that represent your metadata. Each item in the table would represent a machine learning model, with metadata such as model name, version, description, creation date, parameters, and any other relevant information you need to track.

    Here's why the resources are used in this program:

    • aws.dynamodb.Table: This is a Pulumi resource that represents a DynamoDB table in AWS. It is used to create and configure a new table with attributes and settings.
    • aws.dynamodb.TableItem: Once the table is created, you can use this resource to insert metadata items into the table.

    Here's a step-by-step guide on what we will be doing in the program:

    1. Create a DynamoDB Table: We begin by defining the schema for our DynamoDB table, which includes a partition key and any additional attributes necessary to store model metadata.
    2. Insert Metadata Items: After the table is created, we can add initial entries to our table to represent individual machine learning models.
    3. Export Outputs: Finally, we export the necessary outputs, such as the DynamoDB table name, so it can be accessed as needed.

    Below is a complete Pulumi program written in Python that creates a DynamoDB table designed to store metadata for machine learning models and inserts a sample item:

    import json import pulumi import pulumi_aws as aws # Create a DynamoDB table for storing machine learning model metadata. # We have defined `ModelName` (string) as the primary key. model_metadata_table = aws.dynamodb.Table("modelMetadataTable", attributes=[ aws.dynamodb.TableAttributeArgs( name="ModelName", type="S", ), # You can add additional attributes here based on your requirements. # For example, a 'Version' attribute to handle different iterations of the same model. ], hash_key="ModelName", billing_mode="PAY_PER_REQUEST", # PAY_PER_REQUEST mode means you pay for the read/write throughput as you use it. tags={ "Purpose": "StoreMLModelMetadata", } ) # Define a sample metadata item to insert into the table. sample_model_metadata = { "ModelName": {"S": "example-model"}, "Version": {"S": "v1.0"}, "Description": {"S": "An example machine learning model."}, "Parameters": {"S": json.dumps({"learning_rate": 0.01})}, # You can add additional metadata fields that are relevant for your models. } # Insert the sample metadata item into the DynamoDB table we created earlier. model_metadata_item = aws.dynamodb.TableItem("modelMetadataItem", table_name=model_metadata_table.name, hash_key=model_metadata_table.hash_key, # The hash key must match the one defined in `model_metadata_table`. item=pulumi.Output.all(sample_model_metadata).apply(lambda metadata: json.dumps(metadata)), ) # Export the unique identifiers of the resources we created. pulumi.export("table_name", model_metadata_table.name)

    This program will create a new DynamoDB table named modelMetadataTable with a single primary key ModelName. It sets the billing mode to PAY_PER_REQUEST, allowing you to pay for only the read/write throughput that you use, which can be economical for tables with unpredictable workloads.

    Next, it defines a sample item with various attributes, like ModelName, Version, Description, and Parameters. It then inserts this item into the DynamoDB table. Please note that the item field of the TableItem resource expects a JSON string, so we're using json.dumps to convert the Python dictionary into a JSON string format.

    Finally, the table's name is exported, which could be used in other parts of your infrastructure, or for programmatic access to the table from other Pulumi programs or externally from an application.