1. Monitoring AI Model Performance in GCP


    To monitor AI model performance in Google Cloud Platform (GCP) with Pulumi, we will use a combination of Google Cloud resources that work together to provide insights into the model's behavior, usage, and performance. Key resources to achieve this might include:

    • AI Platform Models and Versions: These resources represent your AI models and their specific versions, which can be deployed for serving predictions.
    • Logging and Monitoring: Google Cloud's operations suite (formerly Stackdriver) offers logging, monitoring, and alerting capabilities which can be used to track the model's performance by creating custom metrics based on logs or events.
    • Pub/Sub: A messaging service for event ingestion and delivery that can be used to push model performance-related events.
    • Dataflow: A service for stream and batch data processing, which can process events and logs for insights.
    • BigQuery: A data warehouse tool where you can store and query large datasets, useful for analyzing prediction data for insights into model performance over time.

    In our Pulumi program, we will set up a logging metric on GCP, which captures logs for our AI model's prediction requests and responses. We will then use this metric to create a dashboard in Google Cloud's Monitoring service to visualize the performance of the model.

    Here's a program that sets up logging and monitoring for an AI model in GCP:

    import pulumi import pulumi_gcp as gcp # Set up a new log-based metric for AI model predictions ai_model_metric = gcp.logging.Metric("ai_model_metric", # Log-based metric filter for the AI model's responses filter="resource.type = \"ai_platform_prediction\" AND " \ "logName = \"projects/<PROJECT_ID>/logs/ai-platform.googleapis.com%2Fprediction\"", metric_descriptor=gcp.logging.MetricMetricDescriptorArgs( metric_kind="DELTA", value_type="INT64", unit="1", # The unit of measurement, here we are counting instances ), # Labels that may be useful to identify and filter metrics label_extractors={ "model_id": "EXTRACT(jsonPayload.model_id)", }, ) # This is an example of how you might create a Monitoring Dashboard with the log-based metric (not fully implemented here). # Note that the full implementation will require additional configuration and understanding of the GCP Monitoring API. # dashboard = gcp.monitoring.Dashboard("ai_model_dashboard", # dashboard_json=pulumi.Output.all(ai_model_metric.id).apply(lambda metric_id: json.dumps({ # # Construct the dashboard JSON with panels, widgets, etc. # "widgets": [ # # Example widget definition using the created log-based metric # { # "title": "AI Model Predictions", # "xyChart": { # "dataSets": [ # { # "timeSeriesQuery": { # "timeSeriesFilter": { # "filter": f"metric.type=\"logging.googleapis.com/user/{metric_id}\"" # } # } # } # ] # } # } # ] # })) # ) pulumi.export("metric_id", ai_model_metric.id) # Export the metric ID for reference

    This program defines a gcp.logging.Metric resource which creates a log-based metric for monitoring the AI model's prediction requests. The filter specifies that only logs relevant to the AI Platform's prediction responses should be captured.

    Please note that while this script sets up the log-based metric, a complete solution would also involve creating a monitoring dashboard to visualize the metrics or setting up alerts based on certain thresholds. The commented-out section gives a glimpse of how one could create a dashboard. However, creating a complete dashboard through Pulumi would require deeper knowledge of the Google Monitoring API and is beyond the scope of this introductory example.

    Exporting the metric ID at the end of the script allows you to reference this metric later if you want to use the GCP console to set up more complex monitoring dashboards or if you need to reference it in other Pulumi scripts for setting up alerts.

    To get this program running, make sure to replace <PROJECT_ID> with your actual Google Cloud Project ID where the AI model is deployed. Also, you’ll need to have the correct permissions and roles assigned to your service account or user account that is running Pulumi operations, including permissions to create and manage log-based metrics and monitoring dashboards.