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Google Cloud Native v0.32.0 published on Wednesday, Nov 29, 2023 by Pulumi

google-native.aiplatform/v1.BatchPredictionJob

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Google Cloud Native v0.32.0 published on Wednesday, Nov 29, 2023 by Pulumi

    Creates a BatchPredictionJob. A BatchPredictionJob once created will right away be attempted to start. Auto-naming is currently not supported for this resource.

    Create BatchPredictionJob Resource

    Resources are created with functions called constructors. To learn more about declaring and configuring resources, see Resources.

    Constructor syntax

    new BatchPredictionJob(name: string, args: BatchPredictionJobArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
    @overload
    def BatchPredictionJob(resource_name: str,
                           args: BatchPredictionJobArgs,
                           opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
    
    @overload
    def BatchPredictionJob(resource_name: str,
                           opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
                           input_config: Optional[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfigArgs] = None,
                           output_config: Optional[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfigArgs] = None,
                           display_name: Optional[str] = None,
                           labels: Optional[Mapping[str, str]] = None,
                           manual_batch_tuning_parameters: Optional[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParametersArgs] = None,
                           generate_explanation: Optional[bool] = None,
                           encryption_spec: Optional[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpecArgs] = None,
                           instance_config: Optional[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfigArgs] = None,
                           dedicated_resources: Optional[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResourcesArgs] = None,
                           location: Optional[str] = None,
                           explanation_spec: Optional[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpecArgs] = None,
                           model: Optional[str] = None,
                           model_parameters: Optional[Any] = None,
                           disable_container_logging: Optional[bool] = None,
                           project: Optional[str] = None,
                           service_account: Optional[str] = None,
                           unmanaged_container_model: Optional[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1UnmanagedContainerModelArgs] = None)
    func NewBatchPredictionJob(ctx *Context, name string, args BatchPredictionJobArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*BatchPredictionJob, error)
    public BatchPredictionJob(string name, BatchPredictionJobArgs args, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
    public BatchPredictionJob(String name, BatchPredictionJobArgs args)
    public BatchPredictionJob(String name, BatchPredictionJobArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
    
    type: google-native:aiplatform/v1:BatchPredictionJob
    properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
    options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    
    

    Parameters

    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args BatchPredictionJobArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    resource_name str
    The unique name of the resource.
    args BatchPredictionJobArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    ctx Context
    Context object for the current deployment.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args BatchPredictionJobArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOption
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args BatchPredictionJobArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name String
    The unique name of the resource.
    args BatchPredictionJobArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    options CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

    Example

    The following reference example uses placeholder values for all input properties.

    var batchPredictionJobResource = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.BatchPredictionJob("batchPredictionJobResource", new()
    {
        InputConfig = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfigArgs
        {
            InstancesFormat = "string",
            BigquerySource = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceArgs
            {
                InputUri = "string",
            },
            GcsSource = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceArgs
            {
                Uris = new[]
                {
                    "string",
                },
            },
        },
        OutputConfig = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfigArgs
        {
            PredictionsFormat = "string",
            BigqueryDestination = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationArgs
            {
                OutputUri = "string",
            },
            GcsDestination = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationArgs
            {
                OutputUriPrefix = "string",
            },
        },
        DisplayName = "string",
        Labels = 
        {
            { "string", "string" },
        },
        ManualBatchTuningParameters = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParametersArgs
        {
            BatchSize = 0,
        },
        GenerateExplanation = false,
        EncryptionSpec = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpecArgs
        {
            KmsKeyName = "string",
        },
        InstanceConfig = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfigArgs
        {
            ExcludedFields = new[]
            {
                "string",
            },
            IncludedFields = new[]
            {
                "string",
            },
            InstanceType = "string",
            KeyField = "string",
        },
        DedicatedResources = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResourcesArgs
        {
            MachineSpec = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecArgs
            {
                AcceleratorCount = 0,
                AcceleratorType = GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorType.AcceleratorTypeUnspecified,
                MachineType = "string",
                TpuTopology = "string",
            },
            MaxReplicaCount = 0,
            StartingReplicaCount = 0,
        },
        Location = "string",
        ExplanationSpec = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpecArgs
        {
            Parameters = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersArgs
            {
                Examples = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesArgs
                {
                    ExampleGcsSource = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceArgs
                    {
                        DataFormat = GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormat.DataFormatUnspecified,
                        GcsSource = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceArgs
                        {
                            Uris = new[]
                            {
                                "string",
                            },
                        },
                    },
                    NearestNeighborSearchConfig = "any",
                    NeighborCount = 0,
                    Presets = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsArgs
                    {
                        Modality = GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModality.ModalityUnspecified,
                        Query = GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQuery.Precise,
                    },
                },
                IntegratedGradientsAttribution = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionArgs
                {
                    StepCount = 0,
                    BlurBaselineConfig = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigArgs
                    {
                        MaxBlurSigma = 0,
                    },
                    SmoothGradConfig = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigArgs
                    {
                        FeatureNoiseSigma = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaArgs
                        {
                            NoiseSigma = new[]
                            {
                                new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureArgs
                                {
                                    Name = "string",
                                    Sigma = 0,
                                },
                            },
                        },
                        NoiseSigma = 0,
                        NoisySampleCount = 0,
                    },
                },
                OutputIndices = new[]
                {
                    "any",
                },
                SampledShapleyAttribution = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttributionArgs
                {
                    PathCount = 0,
                },
                TopK = 0,
                XraiAttribution = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttributionArgs
                {
                    StepCount = 0,
                    BlurBaselineConfig = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigArgs
                    {
                        MaxBlurSigma = 0,
                    },
                    SmoothGradConfig = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigArgs
                    {
                        FeatureNoiseSigma = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaArgs
                        {
                            NoiseSigma = new[]
                            {
                                new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureArgs
                                {
                                    Name = "string",
                                    Sigma = 0,
                                },
                            },
                        },
                        NoiseSigma = 0,
                        NoisySampleCount = 0,
                    },
                },
            },
            Metadata = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataArgs
            {
                Inputs = 
                {
                    { "string", "string" },
                },
                Outputs = 
                {
                    { "string", "string" },
                },
                FeatureAttributionsSchemaUri = "string",
                LatentSpaceSource = "string",
            },
        },
        Model = "string",
        ModelParameters = "any",
        DisableContainerLogging = false,
        Project = "string",
        ServiceAccount = "string",
        UnmanagedContainerModel = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1UnmanagedContainerModelArgs
        {
            ArtifactUri = "string",
            ContainerSpec = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ModelContainerSpecArgs
            {
                ImageUri = "string",
                Args = new[]
                {
                    "string",
                },
                Command = new[]
                {
                    "string",
                },
                DeploymentTimeout = "string",
                Env = new[]
                {
                    new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarArgs
                    {
                        Name = "string",
                        Value = "string",
                    },
                },
                HealthProbe = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeArgs
                {
                    Exec = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionArgs
                    {
                        Command = new[]
                        {
                            "string",
                        },
                    },
                    PeriodSeconds = 0,
                    TimeoutSeconds = 0,
                },
                HealthRoute = "string",
                Ports = new[]
                {
                    new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortArgs
                    {
                        ContainerPort = 0,
                    },
                },
                PredictRoute = "string",
                SharedMemorySizeMb = "string",
                StartupProbe = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeArgs
                {
                    Exec = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionArgs
                    {
                        Command = new[]
                        {
                            "string",
                        },
                    },
                    PeriodSeconds = 0,
                    TimeoutSeconds = 0,
                },
            },
            PredictSchemata = new GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PredictSchemataArgs
            {
                InstanceSchemaUri = "string",
                ParametersSchemaUri = "string",
                PredictionSchemaUri = "string",
            },
        },
    });
    
    example, err := aiplatform.NewBatchPredictionJob(ctx, "batchPredictionJobResource", &aiplatform.BatchPredictionJobArgs{
    InputConfig: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfigArgs{
    InstancesFormat: pulumi.String("string"),
    BigquerySource: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceArgs{
    InputUri: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    GcsSource: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceArgs{
    Uris: pulumi.StringArray{
    pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    },
    },
    OutputConfig: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfigArgs{
    PredictionsFormat: pulumi.String("string"),
    BigqueryDestination: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationArgs{
    OutputUri: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    GcsDestination: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationArgs{
    OutputUriPrefix: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    },
    DisplayName: pulumi.String("string"),
    Labels: pulumi.StringMap{
    "string": pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    ManualBatchTuningParameters: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParametersArgs{
    BatchSize: pulumi.Int(0),
    },
    GenerateExplanation: pulumi.Bool(false),
    EncryptionSpec: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpecArgs{
    KmsKeyName: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    InstanceConfig: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfigArgs{
    ExcludedFields: pulumi.StringArray{
    pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    IncludedFields: pulumi.StringArray{
    pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    InstanceType: pulumi.String("string"),
    KeyField: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    DedicatedResources: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResourcesArgs{
    MachineSpec: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecArgs{
    AcceleratorCount: pulumi.Int(0),
    AcceleratorType: aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeAcceleratorTypeUnspecified,
    MachineType: pulumi.String("string"),
    TpuTopology: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    MaxReplicaCount: pulumi.Int(0),
    StartingReplicaCount: pulumi.Int(0),
    },
    Location: pulumi.String("string"),
    ExplanationSpec: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpecArgs{
    Parameters: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersArgs{
    Examples: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesArgs{
    ExampleGcsSource: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceArgs{
    DataFormat: aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormatDataFormatUnspecified,
    GcsSource: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceArgs{
    Uris: pulumi.StringArray{
    pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    },
    },
    NearestNeighborSearchConfig: pulumi.Any("any"),
    NeighborCount: pulumi.Int(0),
    Presets: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsArgs{
    Modality: aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModalityModalityUnspecified,
    Query: aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQueryPrecise,
    },
    },
    IntegratedGradientsAttribution: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionArgs{
    StepCount: pulumi.Int(0),
    BlurBaselineConfig: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigArgs{
    MaxBlurSigma: pulumi.Float64(0),
    },
    SmoothGradConfig: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigArgs{
    FeatureNoiseSigma: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaArgs{
    NoiseSigma: aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureArray{
    &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureArgs{
    Name: pulumi.String("string"),
    Sigma: pulumi.Float64(0),
    },
    },
    },
    NoiseSigma: pulumi.Float64(0),
    NoisySampleCount: pulumi.Int(0),
    },
    },
    OutputIndices: pulumi.Array{
    pulumi.Any("any"),
    },
    SampledShapleyAttribution: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttributionArgs{
    PathCount: pulumi.Int(0),
    },
    TopK: pulumi.Int(0),
    XraiAttribution: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttributionArgs{
    StepCount: pulumi.Int(0),
    BlurBaselineConfig: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigArgs{
    MaxBlurSigma: pulumi.Float64(0),
    },
    SmoothGradConfig: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigArgs{
    FeatureNoiseSigma: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaArgs{
    NoiseSigma: aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureArray{
    &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureArgs{
    Name: pulumi.String("string"),
    Sigma: pulumi.Float64(0),
    },
    },
    },
    NoiseSigma: pulumi.Float64(0),
    NoisySampleCount: pulumi.Int(0),
    },
    },
    },
    Metadata: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataArgs{
    Inputs: pulumi.StringMap{
    "string": pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    Outputs: pulumi.StringMap{
    "string": pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    FeatureAttributionsSchemaUri: pulumi.String("string"),
    LatentSpaceSource: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    },
    Model: pulumi.String("string"),
    ModelParameters: pulumi.Any("any"),
    DisableContainerLogging: pulumi.Bool(false),
    Project: pulumi.String("string"),
    ServiceAccount: pulumi.String("string"),
    UnmanagedContainerModel: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1UnmanagedContainerModelArgs{
    ArtifactUri: pulumi.String("string"),
    ContainerSpec: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ModelContainerSpecArgs{
    ImageUri: pulumi.String("string"),
    Args: pulumi.StringArray{
    pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    Command: pulumi.StringArray{
    pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    DeploymentTimeout: pulumi.String("string"),
    Env: aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarArray{
    &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarArgs{
    Name: pulumi.String("string"),
    Value: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    },
    HealthProbe: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeArgs{
    Exec: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionArgs{
    Command: pulumi.StringArray{
    pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    },
    PeriodSeconds: pulumi.Int(0),
    TimeoutSeconds: pulumi.Int(0),
    },
    HealthRoute: pulumi.String("string"),
    Ports: aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortArray{
    &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortArgs{
    ContainerPort: pulumi.Int(0),
    },
    },
    PredictRoute: pulumi.String("string"),
    SharedMemorySizeMb: pulumi.String("string"),
    StartupProbe: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeArgs{
    Exec: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionArgs{
    Command: pulumi.StringArray{
    pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    },
    PeriodSeconds: pulumi.Int(0),
    TimeoutSeconds: pulumi.Int(0),
    },
    },
    PredictSchemata: &aiplatform.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PredictSchemataArgs{
    InstanceSchemaUri: pulumi.String("string"),
    ParametersSchemaUri: pulumi.String("string"),
    PredictionSchemaUri: pulumi.String("string"),
    },
    },
    })
    
    var batchPredictionJobResource = new BatchPredictionJob("batchPredictionJobResource", BatchPredictionJobArgs.builder()        
        .inputConfig(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfigArgs.builder()
            .instancesFormat("string")
            .bigquerySource(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceArgs.builder()
                .inputUri("string")
                .build())
            .gcsSource(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceArgs.builder()
                .uris("string")
                .build())
            .build())
        .outputConfig(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfigArgs.builder()
            .predictionsFormat("string")
            .bigqueryDestination(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationArgs.builder()
                .outputUri("string")
                .build())
            .gcsDestination(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationArgs.builder()
                .outputUriPrefix("string")
                .build())
            .build())
        .displayName("string")
        .labels(Map.of("string", "string"))
        .manualBatchTuningParameters(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParametersArgs.builder()
            .batchSize(0)
            .build())
        .generateExplanation(false)
        .encryptionSpec(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpecArgs.builder()
            .kmsKeyName("string")
            .build())
        .instanceConfig(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfigArgs.builder()
            .excludedFields("string")
            .includedFields("string")
            .instanceType("string")
            .keyField("string")
            .build())
        .dedicatedResources(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResourcesArgs.builder()
            .machineSpec(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecArgs.builder()
                .acceleratorCount(0)
                .acceleratorType("ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED")
                .machineType("string")
                .tpuTopology("string")
                .build())
            .maxReplicaCount(0)
            .startingReplicaCount(0)
            .build())
        .location("string")
        .explanationSpec(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpecArgs.builder()
            .parameters(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersArgs.builder()
                .examples(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesArgs.builder()
                    .exampleGcsSource(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceArgs.builder()
                        .dataFormat("DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIED")
                        .gcsSource(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceArgs.builder()
                            .uris("string")
                            .build())
                        .build())
                    .nearestNeighborSearchConfig("any")
                    .neighborCount(0)
                    .presets(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsArgs.builder()
                        .modality("MODALITY_UNSPECIFIED")
                        .query("PRECISE")
                        .build())
                    .build())
                .integratedGradientsAttribution(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionArgs.builder()
                    .stepCount(0)
                    .blurBaselineConfig(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigArgs.builder()
                        .maxBlurSigma(0)
                        .build())
                    .smoothGradConfig(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigArgs.builder()
                        .featureNoiseSigma(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaArgs.builder()
                            .noiseSigma(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureArgs.builder()
                                .name("string")
                                .sigma(0)
                                .build())
                            .build())
                        .noiseSigma(0)
                        .noisySampleCount(0)
                        .build())
                    .build())
                .outputIndices("any")
                .sampledShapleyAttribution(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttributionArgs.builder()
                    .pathCount(0)
                    .build())
                .topK(0)
                .xraiAttribution(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttributionArgs.builder()
                    .stepCount(0)
                    .blurBaselineConfig(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigArgs.builder()
                        .maxBlurSigma(0)
                        .build())
                    .smoothGradConfig(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigArgs.builder()
                        .featureNoiseSigma(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaArgs.builder()
                            .noiseSigma(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureArgs.builder()
                                .name("string")
                                .sigma(0)
                                .build())
                            .build())
                        .noiseSigma(0)
                        .noisySampleCount(0)
                        .build())
                    .build())
                .build())
            .metadata(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataArgs.builder()
                .inputs(Map.of("string", "string"))
                .outputs(Map.of("string", "string"))
                .featureAttributionsSchemaUri("string")
                .latentSpaceSource("string")
                .build())
            .build())
        .model("string")
        .modelParameters("any")
        .disableContainerLogging(false)
        .project("string")
        .serviceAccount("string")
        .unmanagedContainerModel(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1UnmanagedContainerModelArgs.builder()
            .artifactUri("string")
            .containerSpec(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ModelContainerSpecArgs.builder()
                .imageUri("string")
                .args("string")
                .command("string")
                .deploymentTimeout("string")
                .env(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarArgs.builder()
                    .name("string")
                    .value("string")
                    .build())
                .healthProbe(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeArgs.builder()
                    .exec(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionArgs.builder()
                        .command("string")
                        .build())
                    .periodSeconds(0)
                    .timeoutSeconds(0)
                    .build())
                .healthRoute("string")
                .ports(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortArgs.builder()
                    .containerPort(0)
                    .build())
                .predictRoute("string")
                .sharedMemorySizeMb("string")
                .startupProbe(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeArgs.builder()
                    .exec(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionArgs.builder()
                        .command("string")
                        .build())
                    .periodSeconds(0)
                    .timeoutSeconds(0)
                    .build())
                .build())
            .predictSchemata(GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PredictSchemataArgs.builder()
                .instanceSchemaUri("string")
                .parametersSchemaUri("string")
                .predictionSchemaUri("string")
                .build())
            .build())
        .build());
    
    batch_prediction_job_resource = google_native.aiplatform.v1.BatchPredictionJob("batchPredictionJobResource",
        input_config=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfigArgs(
            instances_format="string",
            bigquery_source=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceArgs(
                input_uri="string",
            ),
            gcs_source=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceArgs(
                uris=["string"],
            ),
        ),
        output_config=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfigArgs(
            predictions_format="string",
            bigquery_destination=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationArgs(
                output_uri="string",
            ),
            gcs_destination=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationArgs(
                output_uri_prefix="string",
            ),
        ),
        display_name="string",
        labels={
            "string": "string",
        },
        manual_batch_tuning_parameters=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParametersArgs(
            batch_size=0,
        ),
        generate_explanation=False,
        encryption_spec=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpecArgs(
            kms_key_name="string",
        ),
        instance_config=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfigArgs(
            excluded_fields=["string"],
            included_fields=["string"],
            instance_type="string",
            key_field="string",
        ),
        dedicated_resources=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResourcesArgs(
            machine_spec=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecArgs(
                accelerator_count=0,
                accelerator_type=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorType.ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED,
                machine_type="string",
                tpu_topology="string",
            ),
            max_replica_count=0,
            starting_replica_count=0,
        ),
        location="string",
        explanation_spec=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpecArgs(
            parameters=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersArgs(
                examples=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesArgs(
                    example_gcs_source=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceArgs(
                        data_format=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormat.DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIED,
                        gcs_source=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceArgs(
                            uris=["string"],
                        ),
                    ),
                    nearest_neighbor_search_config="any",
                    neighbor_count=0,
                    presets=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsArgs(
                        modality=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModality.MODALITY_UNSPECIFIED,
                        query=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQuery.PRECISE,
                    ),
                ),
                integrated_gradients_attribution=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionArgs(
                    step_count=0,
                    blur_baseline_config=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigArgs(
                        max_blur_sigma=0,
                    ),
                    smooth_grad_config=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigArgs(
                        feature_noise_sigma=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaArgs(
                            noise_sigma=[google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureArgs(
                                name="string",
                                sigma=0,
                            )],
                        ),
                        noise_sigma=0,
                        noisy_sample_count=0,
                    ),
                ),
                output_indices=["any"],
                sampled_shapley_attribution=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttributionArgs(
                    path_count=0,
                ),
                top_k=0,
                xrai_attribution=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttributionArgs(
                    step_count=0,
                    blur_baseline_config=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigArgs(
                        max_blur_sigma=0,
                    ),
                    smooth_grad_config=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigArgs(
                        feature_noise_sigma=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaArgs(
                            noise_sigma=[google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureArgs(
                                name="string",
                                sigma=0,
                            )],
                        ),
                        noise_sigma=0,
                        noisy_sample_count=0,
                    ),
                ),
            ),
            metadata=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataArgs(
                inputs={
                    "string": "string",
                },
                outputs={
                    "string": "string",
                },
                feature_attributions_schema_uri="string",
                latent_space_source="string",
            ),
        ),
        model="string",
        model_parameters="any",
        disable_container_logging=False,
        project="string",
        service_account="string",
        unmanaged_container_model=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1UnmanagedContainerModelArgs(
            artifact_uri="string",
            container_spec=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ModelContainerSpecArgs(
                image_uri="string",
                args=["string"],
                command=["string"],
                deployment_timeout="string",
                env=[google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarArgs(
                    name="string",
                    value="string",
                )],
                health_probe=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeArgs(
                    exec_=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionArgs(
                        command=["string"],
                    ),
                    period_seconds=0,
                    timeout_seconds=0,
                ),
                health_route="string",
                ports=[google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortArgs(
                    container_port=0,
                )],
                predict_route="string",
                shared_memory_size_mb="string",
                startup_probe=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeArgs(
                    exec_=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionArgs(
                        command=["string"],
                    ),
                    period_seconds=0,
                    timeout_seconds=0,
                ),
            ),
            predict_schemata=google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PredictSchemataArgs(
                instance_schema_uri="string",
                parameters_schema_uri="string",
                prediction_schema_uri="string",
            ),
        ))
    
    const batchPredictionJobResource = new google_native.aiplatform.v1.BatchPredictionJob("batchPredictionJobResource", {
        inputConfig: {
            instancesFormat: "string",
            bigquerySource: {
                inputUri: "string",
            },
            gcsSource: {
                uris: ["string"],
            },
        },
        outputConfig: {
            predictionsFormat: "string",
            bigqueryDestination: {
                outputUri: "string",
            },
            gcsDestination: {
                outputUriPrefix: "string",
            },
        },
        displayName: "string",
        labels: {
            string: "string",
        },
        manualBatchTuningParameters: {
            batchSize: 0,
        },
        generateExplanation: false,
        encryptionSpec: {
            kmsKeyName: "string",
        },
        instanceConfig: {
            excludedFields: ["string"],
            includedFields: ["string"],
            instanceType: "string",
            keyField: "string",
        },
        dedicatedResources: {
            machineSpec: {
                acceleratorCount: 0,
                acceleratorType: google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorType.AcceleratorTypeUnspecified,
                machineType: "string",
                tpuTopology: "string",
            },
            maxReplicaCount: 0,
            startingReplicaCount: 0,
        },
        location: "string",
        explanationSpec: {
            parameters: {
                examples: {
                    exampleGcsSource: {
                        dataFormat: google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormat.DataFormatUnspecified,
                        gcsSource: {
                            uris: ["string"],
                        },
                    },
                    nearestNeighborSearchConfig: "any",
                    neighborCount: 0,
                    presets: {
                        modality: google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModality.ModalityUnspecified,
                        query: google_native.aiplatform.v1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQuery.Precise,
                    },
                },
                integratedGradientsAttribution: {
                    stepCount: 0,
                    blurBaselineConfig: {
                        maxBlurSigma: 0,
                    },
                    smoothGradConfig: {
                        featureNoiseSigma: {
                            noiseSigma: [{
                                name: "string",
                                sigma: 0,
                            }],
                        },
                        noiseSigma: 0,
                        noisySampleCount: 0,
                    },
                },
                outputIndices: ["any"],
                sampledShapleyAttribution: {
                    pathCount: 0,
                },
                topK: 0,
                xraiAttribution: {
                    stepCount: 0,
                    blurBaselineConfig: {
                        maxBlurSigma: 0,
                    },
                    smoothGradConfig: {
                        featureNoiseSigma: {
                            noiseSigma: [{
                                name: "string",
                                sigma: 0,
                            }],
                        },
                        noiseSigma: 0,
                        noisySampleCount: 0,
                    },
                },
            },
            metadata: {
                inputs: {
                    string: "string",
                },
                outputs: {
                    string: "string",
                },
                featureAttributionsSchemaUri: "string",
                latentSpaceSource: "string",
            },
        },
        model: "string",
        modelParameters: "any",
        disableContainerLogging: false,
        project: "string",
        serviceAccount: "string",
        unmanagedContainerModel: {
            artifactUri: "string",
            containerSpec: {
                imageUri: "string",
                args: ["string"],
                command: ["string"],
                deploymentTimeout: "string",
                env: [{
                    name: "string",
                    value: "string",
                }],
                healthProbe: {
                    exec: {
                        command: ["string"],
                    },
                    periodSeconds: 0,
                    timeoutSeconds: 0,
                },
                healthRoute: "string",
                ports: [{
                    containerPort: 0,
                }],
                predictRoute: "string",
                sharedMemorySizeMb: "string",
                startupProbe: {
                    exec: {
                        command: ["string"],
                    },
                    periodSeconds: 0,
                    timeoutSeconds: 0,
                },
            },
            predictSchemata: {
                instanceSchemaUri: "string",
                parametersSchemaUri: "string",
                predictionSchemaUri: "string",
            },
        },
    });
    
    type: google-native:aiplatform/v1:BatchPredictionJob
    properties:
        dedicatedResources:
            machineSpec:
                acceleratorCount: 0
                acceleratorType: ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED
                machineType: string
                tpuTopology: string
            maxReplicaCount: 0
            startingReplicaCount: 0
        disableContainerLogging: false
        displayName: string
        encryptionSpec:
            kmsKeyName: string
        explanationSpec:
            metadata:
                featureAttributionsSchemaUri: string
                inputs:
                    string: string
                latentSpaceSource: string
                outputs:
                    string: string
            parameters:
                examples:
                    exampleGcsSource:
                        dataFormat: DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIED
                        gcsSource:
                            uris:
                                - string
                    nearestNeighborSearchConfig: any
                    neighborCount: 0
                    presets:
                        modality: MODALITY_UNSPECIFIED
                        query: PRECISE
                integratedGradientsAttribution:
                    blurBaselineConfig:
                        maxBlurSigma: 0
                    smoothGradConfig:
                        featureNoiseSigma:
                            noiseSigma:
                                - name: string
                                  sigma: 0
                        noiseSigma: 0
                        noisySampleCount: 0
                    stepCount: 0
                outputIndices:
                    - any
                sampledShapleyAttribution:
                    pathCount: 0
                topK: 0
                xraiAttribution:
                    blurBaselineConfig:
                        maxBlurSigma: 0
                    smoothGradConfig:
                        featureNoiseSigma:
                            noiseSigma:
                                - name: string
                                  sigma: 0
                        noiseSigma: 0
                        noisySampleCount: 0
                    stepCount: 0
        generateExplanation: false
        inputConfig:
            bigquerySource:
                inputUri: string
            gcsSource:
                uris:
                    - string
            instancesFormat: string
        instanceConfig:
            excludedFields:
                - string
            includedFields:
                - string
            instanceType: string
            keyField: string
        labels:
            string: string
        location: string
        manualBatchTuningParameters:
            batchSize: 0
        model: string
        modelParameters: any
        outputConfig:
            bigqueryDestination:
                outputUri: string
            gcsDestination:
                outputUriPrefix: string
            predictionsFormat: string
        project: string
        serviceAccount: string
        unmanagedContainerModel:
            artifactUri: string
            containerSpec:
                args:
                    - string
                command:
                    - string
                deploymentTimeout: string
                env:
                    - name: string
                      value: string
                healthProbe:
                    exec:
                        command:
                            - string
                    periodSeconds: 0
                    timeoutSeconds: 0
                healthRoute: string
                imageUri: string
                ports:
                    - containerPort: 0
                predictRoute: string
                sharedMemorySizeMb: string
                startupProbe:
                    exec:
                        command:
                            - string
                    periodSeconds: 0
                    timeoutSeconds: 0
            predictSchemata:
                instanceSchemaUri: string
                parametersSchemaUri: string
                predictionSchemaUri: string
    

    BatchPredictionJob Resource Properties

    To learn more about resource properties and how to use them, see Inputs and Outputs in the Architecture and Concepts docs.

    Inputs

    The BatchPredictionJob resource accepts the following input properties:

    DisplayName string
    The user-defined name of this BatchPredictionJob.
    InputConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfig
    Input configuration of the instances on which predictions are performed. The schema of any single instance may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri.
    OutputConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfig
    The Configuration specifying where output predictions should be written. The schema of any single prediction may be specified as a concatenation of Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri and prediction_schema_uri.
    DedicatedResources Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResources
    The config of resources used by the Model during the batch prediction. If the Model supports DEDICATED_RESOURCES this config may be provided (and the job will use these resources), if the Model doesn't support AUTOMATIC_RESOURCES, this config must be provided.
    DisableContainerLogging bool
    For custom-trained Models and AutoML Tabular Models, the container of the DeployedModel instances will send stderr and stdout streams to Cloud Logging by default. Please note that the logs incur cost, which are subject to Cloud Logging pricing. User can disable container logging by setting this flag to true.
    EncryptionSpec Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpec
    Customer-managed encryption key options for a BatchPredictionJob. If this is set, then all resources created by the BatchPredictionJob will be encrypted with the provided encryption key.
    ExplanationSpec Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpec
    Explanation configuration for this BatchPredictionJob. Can be specified only if generate_explanation is set to true. This value overrides the value of Model.explanation_spec. All fields of explanation_spec are optional in the request. If a field of the explanation_spec object is not populated, the corresponding field of the Model.explanation_spec object is inherited.
    GenerateExplanation bool
    Generate explanation with the batch prediction results. When set to true, the batch prediction output changes based on the predictions_format field of the BatchPredictionJob.output_config object: * bigquery: output includes a column named explanation. The value is a struct that conforms to the Explanation object. * jsonl: The JSON objects on each line include an additional entry keyed explanation. The value of the entry is a JSON object that conforms to the Explanation object. * csv: Generating explanations for CSV format is not supported. If this field is set to true, either the Model.explanation_spec or explanation_spec must be populated.
    InstanceConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfig
    Configuration for how to convert batch prediction input instances to the prediction instances that are sent to the Model.
    Labels Dictionary<string, string>
    The labels with user-defined metadata to organize BatchPredictionJobs. Label keys and values can be no longer than 64 characters (Unicode codepoints), can only contain lowercase letters, numeric characters, underscores and dashes. International characters are allowed. See https://goo.gl/xmQnxf for more information and examples of labels.
    Location string
    ManualBatchTuningParameters Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParameters
    Immutable. Parameters configuring the batch behavior. Currently only applicable when dedicated_resources are used (in other cases Vertex AI does the tuning itself).
    Model string
    The name of the Model resource that produces the predictions via this job, must share the same ancestor Location. Starting this job has no impact on any existing deployments of the Model and their resources. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set. The model resource name may contain version id or version alias to specify the version. Example: projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@2 or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@golden if no version is specified, the default version will be deployed. The model resource could also be a publisher model. Example: publishers/{publisher}/models/{model} or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/publishers/{publisher}/models/{model}
    ModelParameters object
    The parameters that govern the predictions. The schema of the parameters may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's parameters_schema_uri.
    Project string
    ServiceAccount string
    The service account that the DeployedModel's container runs as. If not specified, a system generated one will be used, which has minimal permissions and the custom container, if used, may not have enough permission to access other Google Cloud resources. Users deploying the Model must have the iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission on this service account.
    UnmanagedContainerModel Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1UnmanagedContainerModel
    Contains model information necessary to perform batch prediction without requiring uploading to model registry. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set.
    DisplayName string
    The user-defined name of this BatchPredictionJob.
    InputConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfigArgs
    Input configuration of the instances on which predictions are performed. The schema of any single instance may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri.
    OutputConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfigArgs
    The Configuration specifying where output predictions should be written. The schema of any single prediction may be specified as a concatenation of Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri and prediction_schema_uri.
    DedicatedResources GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResourcesArgs
    The config of resources used by the Model during the batch prediction. If the Model supports DEDICATED_RESOURCES this config may be provided (and the job will use these resources), if the Model doesn't support AUTOMATIC_RESOURCES, this config must be provided.
    DisableContainerLogging bool
    For custom-trained Models and AutoML Tabular Models, the container of the DeployedModel instances will send stderr and stdout streams to Cloud Logging by default. Please note that the logs incur cost, which are subject to Cloud Logging pricing. User can disable container logging by setting this flag to true.
    EncryptionSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpecArgs
    Customer-managed encryption key options for a BatchPredictionJob. If this is set, then all resources created by the BatchPredictionJob will be encrypted with the provided encryption key.
    ExplanationSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpecArgs
    Explanation configuration for this BatchPredictionJob. Can be specified only if generate_explanation is set to true. This value overrides the value of Model.explanation_spec. All fields of explanation_spec are optional in the request. If a field of the explanation_spec object is not populated, the corresponding field of the Model.explanation_spec object is inherited.
    GenerateExplanation bool
    Generate explanation with the batch prediction results. When set to true, the batch prediction output changes based on the predictions_format field of the BatchPredictionJob.output_config object: * bigquery: output includes a column named explanation. The value is a struct that conforms to the Explanation object. * jsonl: The JSON objects on each line include an additional entry keyed explanation. The value of the entry is a JSON object that conforms to the Explanation object. * csv: Generating explanations for CSV format is not supported. If this field is set to true, either the Model.explanation_spec or explanation_spec must be populated.
    InstanceConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfigArgs
    Configuration for how to convert batch prediction input instances to the prediction instances that are sent to the Model.
    Labels map[string]string
    The labels with user-defined metadata to organize BatchPredictionJobs. Label keys and values can be no longer than 64 characters (Unicode codepoints), can only contain lowercase letters, numeric characters, underscores and dashes. International characters are allowed. See https://goo.gl/xmQnxf for more information and examples of labels.
    Location string
    ManualBatchTuningParameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParametersArgs
    Immutable. Parameters configuring the batch behavior. Currently only applicable when dedicated_resources are used (in other cases Vertex AI does the tuning itself).
    Model string
    The name of the Model resource that produces the predictions via this job, must share the same ancestor Location. Starting this job has no impact on any existing deployments of the Model and their resources. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set. The model resource name may contain version id or version alias to specify the version. Example: projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@2 or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@golden if no version is specified, the default version will be deployed. The model resource could also be a publisher model. Example: publishers/{publisher}/models/{model} or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/publishers/{publisher}/models/{model}
    ModelParameters interface{}
    The parameters that govern the predictions. The schema of the parameters may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's parameters_schema_uri.
    Project string
    ServiceAccount string
    The service account that the DeployedModel's container runs as. If not specified, a system generated one will be used, which has minimal permissions and the custom container, if used, may not have enough permission to access other Google Cloud resources. Users deploying the Model must have the iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission on this service account.
    UnmanagedContainerModel GoogleCloudAiplatformV1UnmanagedContainerModelArgs
    Contains model information necessary to perform batch prediction without requiring uploading to model registry. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set.
    displayName String
    The user-defined name of this BatchPredictionJob.
    inputConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfig
    Input configuration of the instances on which predictions are performed. The schema of any single instance may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri.
    outputConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfig
    The Configuration specifying where output predictions should be written. The schema of any single prediction may be specified as a concatenation of Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri and prediction_schema_uri.
    dedicatedResources GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResources
    The config of resources used by the Model during the batch prediction. If the Model supports DEDICATED_RESOURCES this config may be provided (and the job will use these resources), if the Model doesn't support AUTOMATIC_RESOURCES, this config must be provided.
    disableContainerLogging Boolean
    For custom-trained Models and AutoML Tabular Models, the container of the DeployedModel instances will send stderr and stdout streams to Cloud Logging by default. Please note that the logs incur cost, which are subject to Cloud Logging pricing. User can disable container logging by setting this flag to true.
    encryptionSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpec
    Customer-managed encryption key options for a BatchPredictionJob. If this is set, then all resources created by the BatchPredictionJob will be encrypted with the provided encryption key.
    explanationSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpec
    Explanation configuration for this BatchPredictionJob. Can be specified only if generate_explanation is set to true. This value overrides the value of Model.explanation_spec. All fields of explanation_spec are optional in the request. If a field of the explanation_spec object is not populated, the corresponding field of the Model.explanation_spec object is inherited.
    generateExplanation Boolean
    Generate explanation with the batch prediction results. When set to true, the batch prediction output changes based on the predictions_format field of the BatchPredictionJob.output_config object: * bigquery: output includes a column named explanation. The value is a struct that conforms to the Explanation object. * jsonl: The JSON objects on each line include an additional entry keyed explanation. The value of the entry is a JSON object that conforms to the Explanation object. * csv: Generating explanations for CSV format is not supported. If this field is set to true, either the Model.explanation_spec or explanation_spec must be populated.
    instanceConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfig
    Configuration for how to convert batch prediction input instances to the prediction instances that are sent to the Model.
    labels Map<String,String>
    The labels with user-defined metadata to organize BatchPredictionJobs. Label keys and values can be no longer than 64 characters (Unicode codepoints), can only contain lowercase letters, numeric characters, underscores and dashes. International characters are allowed. See https://goo.gl/xmQnxf for more information and examples of labels.
    location String
    manualBatchTuningParameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParameters
    Immutable. Parameters configuring the batch behavior. Currently only applicable when dedicated_resources are used (in other cases Vertex AI does the tuning itself).
    model String
    The name of the Model resource that produces the predictions via this job, must share the same ancestor Location. Starting this job has no impact on any existing deployments of the Model and their resources. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set. The model resource name may contain version id or version alias to specify the version. Example: projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@2 or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@golden if no version is specified, the default version will be deployed. The model resource could also be a publisher model. Example: publishers/{publisher}/models/{model} or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/publishers/{publisher}/models/{model}
    modelParameters Object
    The parameters that govern the predictions. The schema of the parameters may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's parameters_schema_uri.
    project String
    serviceAccount String
    The service account that the DeployedModel's container runs as. If not specified, a system generated one will be used, which has minimal permissions and the custom container, if used, may not have enough permission to access other Google Cloud resources. Users deploying the Model must have the iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission on this service account.
    unmanagedContainerModel GoogleCloudAiplatformV1UnmanagedContainerModel
    Contains model information necessary to perform batch prediction without requiring uploading to model registry. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set.
    displayName string
    The user-defined name of this BatchPredictionJob.
    inputConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfig
    Input configuration of the instances on which predictions are performed. The schema of any single instance may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri.
    outputConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfig
    The Configuration specifying where output predictions should be written. The schema of any single prediction may be specified as a concatenation of Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri and prediction_schema_uri.
    dedicatedResources GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResources
    The config of resources used by the Model during the batch prediction. If the Model supports DEDICATED_RESOURCES this config may be provided (and the job will use these resources), if the Model doesn't support AUTOMATIC_RESOURCES, this config must be provided.
    disableContainerLogging boolean
    For custom-trained Models and AutoML Tabular Models, the container of the DeployedModel instances will send stderr and stdout streams to Cloud Logging by default. Please note that the logs incur cost, which are subject to Cloud Logging pricing. User can disable container logging by setting this flag to true.
    encryptionSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpec
    Customer-managed encryption key options for a BatchPredictionJob. If this is set, then all resources created by the BatchPredictionJob will be encrypted with the provided encryption key.
    explanationSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpec
    Explanation configuration for this BatchPredictionJob. Can be specified only if generate_explanation is set to true. This value overrides the value of Model.explanation_spec. All fields of explanation_spec are optional in the request. If a field of the explanation_spec object is not populated, the corresponding field of the Model.explanation_spec object is inherited.
    generateExplanation boolean
    Generate explanation with the batch prediction results. When set to true, the batch prediction output changes based on the predictions_format field of the BatchPredictionJob.output_config object: * bigquery: output includes a column named explanation. The value is a struct that conforms to the Explanation object. * jsonl: The JSON objects on each line include an additional entry keyed explanation. The value of the entry is a JSON object that conforms to the Explanation object. * csv: Generating explanations for CSV format is not supported. If this field is set to true, either the Model.explanation_spec or explanation_spec must be populated.
    instanceConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfig
    Configuration for how to convert batch prediction input instances to the prediction instances that are sent to the Model.
    labels {[key: string]: string}
    The labels with user-defined metadata to organize BatchPredictionJobs. Label keys and values can be no longer than 64 characters (Unicode codepoints), can only contain lowercase letters, numeric characters, underscores and dashes. International characters are allowed. See https://goo.gl/xmQnxf for more information and examples of labels.
    location string
    manualBatchTuningParameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParameters
    Immutable. Parameters configuring the batch behavior. Currently only applicable when dedicated_resources are used (in other cases Vertex AI does the tuning itself).
    model string
    The name of the Model resource that produces the predictions via this job, must share the same ancestor Location. Starting this job has no impact on any existing deployments of the Model and their resources. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set. The model resource name may contain version id or version alias to specify the version. Example: projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@2 or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@golden if no version is specified, the default version will be deployed. The model resource could also be a publisher model. Example: publishers/{publisher}/models/{model} or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/publishers/{publisher}/models/{model}
    modelParameters any
    The parameters that govern the predictions. The schema of the parameters may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's parameters_schema_uri.
    project string
    serviceAccount string
    The service account that the DeployedModel's container runs as. If not specified, a system generated one will be used, which has minimal permissions and the custom container, if used, may not have enough permission to access other Google Cloud resources. Users deploying the Model must have the iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission on this service account.
    unmanagedContainerModel GoogleCloudAiplatformV1UnmanagedContainerModel
    Contains model information necessary to perform batch prediction without requiring uploading to model registry. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set.
    display_name str
    The user-defined name of this BatchPredictionJob.
    input_config GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfigArgs
    Input configuration of the instances on which predictions are performed. The schema of any single instance may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri.
    output_config GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfigArgs
    The Configuration specifying where output predictions should be written. The schema of any single prediction may be specified as a concatenation of Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri and prediction_schema_uri.
    dedicated_resources GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResourcesArgs
    The config of resources used by the Model during the batch prediction. If the Model supports DEDICATED_RESOURCES this config may be provided (and the job will use these resources), if the Model doesn't support AUTOMATIC_RESOURCES, this config must be provided.
    disable_container_logging bool
    For custom-trained Models and AutoML Tabular Models, the container of the DeployedModel instances will send stderr and stdout streams to Cloud Logging by default. Please note that the logs incur cost, which are subject to Cloud Logging pricing. User can disable container logging by setting this flag to true.
    encryption_spec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpecArgs
    Customer-managed encryption key options for a BatchPredictionJob. If this is set, then all resources created by the BatchPredictionJob will be encrypted with the provided encryption key.
    explanation_spec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpecArgs
    Explanation configuration for this BatchPredictionJob. Can be specified only if generate_explanation is set to true. This value overrides the value of Model.explanation_spec. All fields of explanation_spec are optional in the request. If a field of the explanation_spec object is not populated, the corresponding field of the Model.explanation_spec object is inherited.
    generate_explanation bool
    Generate explanation with the batch prediction results. When set to true, the batch prediction output changes based on the predictions_format field of the BatchPredictionJob.output_config object: * bigquery: output includes a column named explanation. The value is a struct that conforms to the Explanation object. * jsonl: The JSON objects on each line include an additional entry keyed explanation. The value of the entry is a JSON object that conforms to the Explanation object. * csv: Generating explanations for CSV format is not supported. If this field is set to true, either the Model.explanation_spec or explanation_spec must be populated.
    instance_config GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfigArgs
    Configuration for how to convert batch prediction input instances to the prediction instances that are sent to the Model.
    labels Mapping[str, str]
    The labels with user-defined metadata to organize BatchPredictionJobs. Label keys and values can be no longer than 64 characters (Unicode codepoints), can only contain lowercase letters, numeric characters, underscores and dashes. International characters are allowed. See https://goo.gl/xmQnxf for more information and examples of labels.
    location str
    manual_batch_tuning_parameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParametersArgs
    Immutable. Parameters configuring the batch behavior. Currently only applicable when dedicated_resources are used (in other cases Vertex AI does the tuning itself).
    model str
    The name of the Model resource that produces the predictions via this job, must share the same ancestor Location. Starting this job has no impact on any existing deployments of the Model and their resources. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set. The model resource name may contain version id or version alias to specify the version. Example: projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@2 or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@golden if no version is specified, the default version will be deployed. The model resource could also be a publisher model. Example: publishers/{publisher}/models/{model} or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/publishers/{publisher}/models/{model}
    model_parameters Any
    The parameters that govern the predictions. The schema of the parameters may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's parameters_schema_uri.
    project str
    service_account str
    The service account that the DeployedModel's container runs as. If not specified, a system generated one will be used, which has minimal permissions and the custom container, if used, may not have enough permission to access other Google Cloud resources. Users deploying the Model must have the iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission on this service account.
    unmanaged_container_model GoogleCloudAiplatformV1UnmanagedContainerModelArgs
    Contains model information necessary to perform batch prediction without requiring uploading to model registry. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set.
    displayName String
    The user-defined name of this BatchPredictionJob.
    inputConfig Property Map
    Input configuration of the instances on which predictions are performed. The schema of any single instance may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri.
    outputConfig Property Map
    The Configuration specifying where output predictions should be written. The schema of any single prediction may be specified as a concatenation of Model's PredictSchemata's instance_schema_uri and prediction_schema_uri.
    dedicatedResources Property Map
    The config of resources used by the Model during the batch prediction. If the Model supports DEDICATED_RESOURCES this config may be provided (and the job will use these resources), if the Model doesn't support AUTOMATIC_RESOURCES, this config must be provided.
    disableContainerLogging Boolean
    For custom-trained Models and AutoML Tabular Models, the container of the DeployedModel instances will send stderr and stdout streams to Cloud Logging by default. Please note that the logs incur cost, which are subject to Cloud Logging pricing. User can disable container logging by setting this flag to true.
    encryptionSpec Property Map
    Customer-managed encryption key options for a BatchPredictionJob. If this is set, then all resources created by the BatchPredictionJob will be encrypted with the provided encryption key.
    explanationSpec Property Map
    Explanation configuration for this BatchPredictionJob. Can be specified only if generate_explanation is set to true. This value overrides the value of Model.explanation_spec. All fields of explanation_spec are optional in the request. If a field of the explanation_spec object is not populated, the corresponding field of the Model.explanation_spec object is inherited.
    generateExplanation Boolean
    Generate explanation with the batch prediction results. When set to true, the batch prediction output changes based on the predictions_format field of the BatchPredictionJob.output_config object: * bigquery: output includes a column named explanation. The value is a struct that conforms to the Explanation object. * jsonl: The JSON objects on each line include an additional entry keyed explanation. The value of the entry is a JSON object that conforms to the Explanation object. * csv: Generating explanations for CSV format is not supported. If this field is set to true, either the Model.explanation_spec or explanation_spec must be populated.
    instanceConfig Property Map
    Configuration for how to convert batch prediction input instances to the prediction instances that are sent to the Model.
    labels Map<String>
    The labels with user-defined metadata to organize BatchPredictionJobs. Label keys and values can be no longer than 64 characters (Unicode codepoints), can only contain lowercase letters, numeric characters, underscores and dashes. International characters are allowed. See https://goo.gl/xmQnxf for more information and examples of labels.
    location String
    manualBatchTuningParameters Property Map
    Immutable. Parameters configuring the batch behavior. Currently only applicable when dedicated_resources are used (in other cases Vertex AI does the tuning itself).
    model String
    The name of the Model resource that produces the predictions via this job, must share the same ancestor Location. Starting this job has no impact on any existing deployments of the Model and their resources. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set. The model resource name may contain version id or version alias to specify the version. Example: projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@2 or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/models/{model}@golden if no version is specified, the default version will be deployed. The model resource could also be a publisher model. Example: publishers/{publisher}/models/{model} or projects/{project}/locations/{location}/publishers/{publisher}/models/{model}
    modelParameters Any
    The parameters that govern the predictions. The schema of the parameters may be specified via the Model's PredictSchemata's parameters_schema_uri.
    project String
    serviceAccount String
    The service account that the DeployedModel's container runs as. If not specified, a system generated one will be used, which has minimal permissions and the custom container, if used, may not have enough permission to access other Google Cloud resources. Users deploying the Model must have the iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission on this service account.
    unmanagedContainerModel Property Map
    Contains model information necessary to perform batch prediction without requiring uploading to model registry. Exactly one of model and unmanaged_container_model must be set.

    Outputs

    All input properties are implicitly available as output properties. Additionally, the BatchPredictionJob resource produces the following output properties:

    CompletionStats Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Outputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1CompletionStatsResponse
    Statistics on completed and failed prediction instances.
    CreateTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was created.
    EndTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob entered any of the following states: JOB_STATE_SUCCEEDED, JOB_STATE_FAILED, JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    Error Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Outputs.GoogleRpcStatusResponse
    Only populated when the job's state is JOB_STATE_FAILED or JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    ModelVersionId string
    The version ID of the Model that produces the predictions via this job.
    Name string
    Resource name of the BatchPredictionJob.
    OutputInfo Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Outputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputInfoResponse
    Information further describing the output of this job.
    PartialFailures List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Outputs.GoogleRpcStatusResponse>
    Partial failures encountered. For example, single files that can't be read. This field never exceeds 20 entries. Status details fields contain standard Google Cloud error details.
    ResourcesConsumed Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Outputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ResourcesConsumedResponse
    Information about resources that had been consumed by this job. Provided in real time at best effort basis, as well as a final value once the job completes. Note: This field currently may be not populated for batch predictions that use AutoML Models.
    StartTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob for the first time entered the JOB_STATE_RUNNING state.
    State string
    The detailed state of the job.
    UpdateTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was most recently updated.
    CompletionStats GoogleCloudAiplatformV1CompletionStatsResponse
    Statistics on completed and failed prediction instances.
    CreateTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was created.
    EndTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob entered any of the following states: JOB_STATE_SUCCEEDED, JOB_STATE_FAILED, JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    Error GoogleRpcStatusResponse
    Only populated when the job's state is JOB_STATE_FAILED or JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    ModelVersionId string
    The version ID of the Model that produces the predictions via this job.
    Name string
    Resource name of the BatchPredictionJob.
    OutputInfo GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputInfoResponse
    Information further describing the output of this job.
    PartialFailures []GoogleRpcStatusResponse
    Partial failures encountered. For example, single files that can't be read. This field never exceeds 20 entries. Status details fields contain standard Google Cloud error details.
    ResourcesConsumed GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ResourcesConsumedResponse
    Information about resources that had been consumed by this job. Provided in real time at best effort basis, as well as a final value once the job completes. Note: This field currently may be not populated for batch predictions that use AutoML Models.
    StartTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob for the first time entered the JOB_STATE_RUNNING state.
    State string
    The detailed state of the job.
    UpdateTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was most recently updated.
    completionStats GoogleCloudAiplatformV1CompletionStatsResponse
    Statistics on completed and failed prediction instances.
    createTime String
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was created.
    endTime String
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob entered any of the following states: JOB_STATE_SUCCEEDED, JOB_STATE_FAILED, JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    error GoogleRpcStatusResponse
    Only populated when the job's state is JOB_STATE_FAILED or JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    modelVersionId String
    The version ID of the Model that produces the predictions via this job.
    name String
    Resource name of the BatchPredictionJob.
    outputInfo GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputInfoResponse
    Information further describing the output of this job.
    partialFailures List<GoogleRpcStatusResponse>
    Partial failures encountered. For example, single files that can't be read. This field never exceeds 20 entries. Status details fields contain standard Google Cloud error details.
    resourcesConsumed GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ResourcesConsumedResponse
    Information about resources that had been consumed by this job. Provided in real time at best effort basis, as well as a final value once the job completes. Note: This field currently may be not populated for batch predictions that use AutoML Models.
    startTime String
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob for the first time entered the JOB_STATE_RUNNING state.
    state String
    The detailed state of the job.
    updateTime String
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was most recently updated.
    completionStats GoogleCloudAiplatformV1CompletionStatsResponse
    Statistics on completed and failed prediction instances.
    createTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was created.
    endTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob entered any of the following states: JOB_STATE_SUCCEEDED, JOB_STATE_FAILED, JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    error GoogleRpcStatusResponse
    Only populated when the job's state is JOB_STATE_FAILED or JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    modelVersionId string
    The version ID of the Model that produces the predictions via this job.
    name string
    Resource name of the BatchPredictionJob.
    outputInfo GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputInfoResponse
    Information further describing the output of this job.
    partialFailures GoogleRpcStatusResponse[]
    Partial failures encountered. For example, single files that can't be read. This field never exceeds 20 entries. Status details fields contain standard Google Cloud error details.
    resourcesConsumed GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ResourcesConsumedResponse
    Information about resources that had been consumed by this job. Provided in real time at best effort basis, as well as a final value once the job completes. Note: This field currently may be not populated for batch predictions that use AutoML Models.
    startTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob for the first time entered the JOB_STATE_RUNNING state.
    state string
    The detailed state of the job.
    updateTime string
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was most recently updated.
    completion_stats GoogleCloudAiplatformV1CompletionStatsResponse
    Statistics on completed and failed prediction instances.
    create_time str
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was created.
    end_time str
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob entered any of the following states: JOB_STATE_SUCCEEDED, JOB_STATE_FAILED, JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    error GoogleRpcStatusResponse
    Only populated when the job's state is JOB_STATE_FAILED or JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    id str
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    model_version_id str
    The version ID of the Model that produces the predictions via this job.
    name str
    Resource name of the BatchPredictionJob.
    output_info GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputInfoResponse
    Information further describing the output of this job.
    partial_failures Sequence[GoogleRpcStatusResponse]
    Partial failures encountered. For example, single files that can't be read. This field never exceeds 20 entries. Status details fields contain standard Google Cloud error details.
    resources_consumed GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ResourcesConsumedResponse
    Information about resources that had been consumed by this job. Provided in real time at best effort basis, as well as a final value once the job completes. Note: This field currently may be not populated for batch predictions that use AutoML Models.
    start_time str
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob for the first time entered the JOB_STATE_RUNNING state.
    state str
    The detailed state of the job.
    update_time str
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was most recently updated.
    completionStats Property Map
    Statistics on completed and failed prediction instances.
    createTime String
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was created.
    endTime String
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob entered any of the following states: JOB_STATE_SUCCEEDED, JOB_STATE_FAILED, JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    error Property Map
    Only populated when the job's state is JOB_STATE_FAILED or JOB_STATE_CANCELLED.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    modelVersionId String
    The version ID of the Model that produces the predictions via this job.
    name String
    Resource name of the BatchPredictionJob.
    outputInfo Property Map
    Information further describing the output of this job.
    partialFailures List<Property Map>
    Partial failures encountered. For example, single files that can't be read. This field never exceeds 20 entries. Status details fields contain standard Google Cloud error details.
    resourcesConsumed Property Map
    Information about resources that had been consumed by this job. Provided in real time at best effort basis, as well as a final value once the job completes. Note: This field currently may be not populated for batch predictions that use AutoML Models.
    startTime String
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob for the first time entered the JOB_STATE_RUNNING state.
    state String
    The detailed state of the job.
    updateTime String
    Time when the BatchPredictionJob was most recently updated.

    Supporting Types

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResources, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResourcesArgs

    MachineSpec Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpec
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    MaxReplicaCount int
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    StartingReplicaCount int
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count
    MachineSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpec
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    MaxReplicaCount int
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    StartingReplicaCount int
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count
    machineSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpec
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    maxReplicaCount Integer
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    startingReplicaCount Integer
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count
    machineSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpec
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    maxReplicaCount number
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    startingReplicaCount number
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count
    machine_spec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpec
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    max_replica_count int
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    starting_replica_count int
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count
    machineSpec Property Map
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    maxReplicaCount Number
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    startingReplicaCount Number
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResourcesResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchDedicatedResourcesResponseArgs

    MachineSpec Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecResponse
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    MaxReplicaCount int
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    StartingReplicaCount int
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count
    MachineSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecResponse
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    MaxReplicaCount int
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    StartingReplicaCount int
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count
    machineSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecResponse
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    maxReplicaCount Integer
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    startingReplicaCount Integer
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count
    machineSpec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecResponse
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    maxReplicaCount number
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    startingReplicaCount number
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count
    machine_spec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecResponse
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    max_replica_count int
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    starting_replica_count int
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count
    machineSpec Property Map
    Immutable. The specification of a single machine.
    maxReplicaCount Number
    Immutable. The maximum number of machine replicas the batch operation may be scaled to. The default value is 10.
    startingReplicaCount Number
    Immutable. The number of machine replicas used at the start of the batch operation. If not set, Vertex AI decides starting number, not greater than max_replica_count

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfig, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfigArgs

    InstancesFormat string
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.
    BigquerySource Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySource
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    GcsSource Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSource
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    InstancesFormat string
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.
    BigquerySource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySource
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    GcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSource
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    instancesFormat String
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.
    bigquerySource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySource
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    gcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSource
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    instancesFormat string
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.
    bigquerySource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySource
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    gcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSource
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    instances_format str
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.
    bigquery_source GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySource
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    gcs_source GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSource
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    instancesFormat String
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.
    bigquerySource Property Map
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    gcsSource Property Map
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfigResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInputConfigResponseArgs

    BigquerySource Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceResponse
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    GcsSource Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    InstancesFormat string
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.
    BigquerySource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceResponse
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    GcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    InstancesFormat string
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.
    bigquerySource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceResponse
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    gcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    instancesFormat String
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.
    bigquerySource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceResponse
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    gcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    instancesFormat string
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.
    bigquery_source GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceResponse
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    gcs_source GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    instances_format str
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.
    bigquerySource Property Map
    The BigQuery location of the input table. The schema of the table should be in the format described by the given context OpenAPI Schema, if one is provided. The table may contain additional columns that are not described by the schema, and they will be ignored.
    gcsSource Property Map
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    instancesFormat String
    The format in which instances are given, must be one of the Model's supported_input_storage_formats.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfig, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfigArgs

    ExcludedFields List<string>
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    IncludedFields List<string>
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    InstanceType string
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    KeyField string
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    ExcludedFields []string
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    IncludedFields []string
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    InstanceType string
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    KeyField string
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    excludedFields List<String>
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    includedFields List<String>
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    instanceType String
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    keyField String
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    excludedFields string[]
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    includedFields string[]
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    instanceType string
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    keyField string
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    excluded_fields Sequence[str]
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    included_fields Sequence[str]
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    instance_type str
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    key_field str
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    excludedFields List<String>
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    includedFields List<String>
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    instanceType String
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    keyField String
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfigResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobInstanceConfigResponseArgs

    ExcludedFields List<string>
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    IncludedFields List<string>
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    InstanceType string
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    KeyField string
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    ExcludedFields []string
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    IncludedFields []string
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    InstanceType string
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    KeyField string
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    excludedFields List<String>
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    includedFields List<String>
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    instanceType String
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    keyField String
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    excludedFields string[]
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    includedFields string[]
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    instanceType string
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    keyField string
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    excluded_fields Sequence[str]
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    included_fields Sequence[str]
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    instance_type str
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    key_field str
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    excludedFields List<String>
    Fields that will be excluded in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. Excluded will be attached to the batch prediction output if key_field is not specified. When excluded_fields is populated, included_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    includedFields List<String>
    Fields that will be included in the prediction instance that is sent to the Model. If instance_type is array, the order of field names in included_fields also determines the order of the values in the array. When included_fields is populated, excluded_fields must be empty. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.
    instanceType String
    The format of the instance that the Model accepts. Vertex AI will convert compatible batch prediction input instance formats to the specified format. Supported values are: * object: Each input is converted to JSON object format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an object. * For jsonl, each line of the JSONL input must be an object. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. * array: Each input is converted to JSON array format. * For bigquery, each row is converted to an array. The order of columns is determined by the BigQuery column order, unless included_fields is populated. included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * For jsonl, if each line of the JSONL input is an object, included_fields must be populated for specifying field orders. * Does not apply to csv, file-list, tf-record, or tf-record-gzip. If not specified, Vertex AI converts the batch prediction input as follows: * For bigquery and csv, the behavior is the same as array. The order of columns is the same as defined in the file or table, unless included_fields is populated. * For jsonl, the prediction instance format is determined by each line of the input. * For tf-record/tf-record-gzip, each record will be converted to an object in the format of {"b64": }, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the record. * For `file-list`, each file in the list will be converted to an object in the format of `{"b64": }`, where is the Base64-encoded string of the content of the file.
    keyField String
    The name of the field that is considered as a key. The values identified by the key field is not included in the transformed instances that is sent to the Model. This is similar to specifying this name of the field in excluded_fields. In addition, the batch prediction output will not include the instances. Instead the output will only include the value of the key field, in a field named key in the output: * For jsonl output format, the output will have a key field instead of the instance field. * For csv/bigquery output format, the output will have have a key column instead of the instance feature columns. The input must be JSONL with objects at each line, CSV, BigQuery or TfRecord.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfig, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfigArgs

    PredictionsFormat string
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.
    BigqueryDestination Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestination
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    GcsDestination Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestination
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.
    PredictionsFormat string
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.
    BigqueryDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestination
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    GcsDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestination
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.
    predictionsFormat String
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.
    bigqueryDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestination
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    gcsDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestination
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.
    predictionsFormat string
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.
    bigqueryDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestination
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    gcsDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestination
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.
    predictions_format str
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.
    bigquery_destination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestination
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    gcs_destination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestination
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.
    predictionsFormat String
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.
    bigqueryDestination Property Map
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    gcsDestination Property Map
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfigResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputConfigResponseArgs

    BigqueryDestination Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationResponse
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    GcsDestination Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationResponse
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.
    PredictionsFormat string
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.
    BigqueryDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationResponse
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    GcsDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationResponse
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.
    PredictionsFormat string
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.
    bigqueryDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationResponse
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    gcsDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationResponse
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.
    predictionsFormat String
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.
    bigqueryDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationResponse
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    gcsDestination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationResponse
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.
    predictionsFormat string
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.
    bigquery_destination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationResponse
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    gcs_destination GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationResponse
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.
    predictions_format str
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.
    bigqueryDestination Property Map
    The BigQuery project or dataset location where the output is to be written to. If project is provided, a new dataset is created with name prediction__ where is made BigQuery-dataset-name compatible (for example, most special characters become underscores), and timestamp is in YYYY_MM_DDThh_mm_ss_sssZ "based on ISO-8601" format. In the dataset two tables will be created, predictions, and errors. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then the tables have columns as follows: The predictions table contains instances for which the prediction succeeded, it has columns as per a concatenation of the Model's instance and prediction schemata. The errors table contains rows for which the prediction has failed, it has instance columns, as per the instance schema, followed by a single "errors" column, which as values has google.rpc.Status represented as a STRUCT, and containing only code and message.
    gcsDestination Property Map
    The Cloud Storage location of the directory where the output is to be written to. In the given directory a new directory is created. Its name is prediction--, where timestamp is in YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sssZ ISO-8601 format. Inside of it files predictions_0001., predictions_0002., ..., predictions_N. are created where `` depends on chosen predictions_format, and N may equal 0001 and depends on the total number of successfully predicted instances. If the Model has both instance and prediction schemata defined then each such file contains predictions as per the predictions_format. If prediction for any instance failed (partially or completely), then an additional errors_0001., errors_0002.,..., errors_N. files are created (N depends on total number of failed predictions). These files contain the failed instances, as per their schema, followed by an additional error field which as value has google.rpc.Status containing only code and message fields.
    predictionsFormat String
    The format in which Vertex AI gives the predictions, must be one of the Model's supported_output_storage_formats.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputInfoResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BatchPredictionJobOutputInfoResponseArgs

    BigqueryOutputDataset string
    The path of the BigQuery dataset created, in bq://projectId.bqDatasetId format, into which the prediction output is written.
    BigqueryOutputTable string
    The name of the BigQuery table created, in predictions_ format, into which the prediction output is written. Can be used by UI to generate the BigQuery output path, for example.
    GcsOutputDirectory string
    The full path of the Cloud Storage directory created, into which the prediction output is written.
    BigqueryOutputDataset string
    The path of the BigQuery dataset created, in bq://projectId.bqDatasetId format, into which the prediction output is written.
    BigqueryOutputTable string
    The name of the BigQuery table created, in predictions_ format, into which the prediction output is written. Can be used by UI to generate the BigQuery output path, for example.
    GcsOutputDirectory string
    The full path of the Cloud Storage directory created, into which the prediction output is written.
    bigqueryOutputDataset String
    The path of the BigQuery dataset created, in bq://projectId.bqDatasetId format, into which the prediction output is written.
    bigqueryOutputTable String
    The name of the BigQuery table created, in predictions_ format, into which the prediction output is written. Can be used by UI to generate the BigQuery output path, for example.
    gcsOutputDirectory String
    The full path of the Cloud Storage directory created, into which the prediction output is written.
    bigqueryOutputDataset string
    The path of the BigQuery dataset created, in bq://projectId.bqDatasetId format, into which the prediction output is written.
    bigqueryOutputTable string
    The name of the BigQuery table created, in predictions_ format, into which the prediction output is written. Can be used by UI to generate the BigQuery output path, for example.
    gcsOutputDirectory string
    The full path of the Cloud Storage directory created, into which the prediction output is written.
    bigquery_output_dataset str
    The path of the BigQuery dataset created, in bq://projectId.bqDatasetId format, into which the prediction output is written.
    bigquery_output_table str
    The name of the BigQuery table created, in predictions_ format, into which the prediction output is written. Can be used by UI to generate the BigQuery output path, for example.
    gcs_output_directory str
    The full path of the Cloud Storage directory created, into which the prediction output is written.
    bigqueryOutputDataset String
    The path of the BigQuery dataset created, in bq://projectId.bqDatasetId format, into which the prediction output is written.
    bigqueryOutputTable String
    The name of the BigQuery table created, in predictions_ format, into which the prediction output is written. Can be used by UI to generate the BigQuery output path, for example.
    gcsOutputDirectory String
    The full path of the Cloud Storage directory created, into which the prediction output is written.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestination, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationArgs

    OutputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    OutputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    outputUri String
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    outputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    output_uri str
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    outputUri String
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQueryDestinationResponseArgs

    OutputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    OutputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    outputUri String
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    outputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    output_uri str
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    outputUri String
    BigQuery URI to a project or table, up to 2000 characters long. When only the project is specified, the Dataset and Table is created. When the full table reference is specified, the Dataset must exist and table must not exist. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId or bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySource, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceArgs

    InputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    InputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    inputUri String
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    inputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    input_uri str
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    inputUri String
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BigQuerySourceResponseArgs

    InputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    InputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    inputUri String
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    inputUri string
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    input_uri str
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.
    inputUri String
    BigQuery URI to a table, up to 2000 characters long. Accepted forms: * BigQuery path. For example: bq://projectId.bqDatasetId.bqTableId.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfig, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigArgs

    MaxBlurSigma double
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.
    MaxBlurSigma float64
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.
    maxBlurSigma Double
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.
    maxBlurSigma number
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.
    max_blur_sigma float
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.
    maxBlurSigma Number
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigResponseArgs

    MaxBlurSigma double
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.
    MaxBlurSigma float64
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.
    maxBlurSigma Double
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.
    maxBlurSigma number
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.
    max_blur_sigma float
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.
    maxBlurSigma Number
    The standard deviation of the blur kernel for the blurred baseline. The same blurring parameter is used for both the height and the width dimension. If not set, the method defaults to the zero (i.e. black for images) baseline.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1CompletionStatsResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1CompletionStatsResponseArgs

    FailedCount string
    The number of entities for which any error was encountered.
    IncompleteCount string
    In cases when enough errors are encountered a job, pipeline, or operation may be failed as a whole. Below is the number of entities for which the processing had not been finished (either in successful or failed state). Set to -1 if the number is unknown (for example, the operation failed before the total entity number could be collected).
    SuccessfulCount string
    The number of entities that had been processed successfully.
    SuccessfulForecastPointCount string
    The number of the successful forecast points that are generated by the forecasting model. This is ONLY used by the forecasting batch prediction.
    FailedCount string
    The number of entities for which any error was encountered.
    IncompleteCount string
    In cases when enough errors are encountered a job, pipeline, or operation may be failed as a whole. Below is the number of entities for which the processing had not been finished (either in successful or failed state). Set to -1 if the number is unknown (for example, the operation failed before the total entity number could be collected).
    SuccessfulCount string
    The number of entities that had been processed successfully.
    SuccessfulForecastPointCount string
    The number of the successful forecast points that are generated by the forecasting model. This is ONLY used by the forecasting batch prediction.
    failedCount String
    The number of entities for which any error was encountered.
    incompleteCount String
    In cases when enough errors are encountered a job, pipeline, or operation may be failed as a whole. Below is the number of entities for which the processing had not been finished (either in successful or failed state). Set to -1 if the number is unknown (for example, the operation failed before the total entity number could be collected).
    successfulCount String
    The number of entities that had been processed successfully.
    successfulForecastPointCount String
    The number of the successful forecast points that are generated by the forecasting model. This is ONLY used by the forecasting batch prediction.
    failedCount string
    The number of entities for which any error was encountered.
    incompleteCount string
    In cases when enough errors are encountered a job, pipeline, or operation may be failed as a whole. Below is the number of entities for which the processing had not been finished (either in successful or failed state). Set to -1 if the number is unknown (for example, the operation failed before the total entity number could be collected).
    successfulCount string
    The number of entities that had been processed successfully.
    successfulForecastPointCount string
    The number of the successful forecast points that are generated by the forecasting model. This is ONLY used by the forecasting batch prediction.
    failed_count str
    The number of entities for which any error was encountered.
    incomplete_count str
    In cases when enough errors are encountered a job, pipeline, or operation may be failed as a whole. Below is the number of entities for which the processing had not been finished (either in successful or failed state). Set to -1 if the number is unknown (for example, the operation failed before the total entity number could be collected).
    successful_count str
    The number of entities that had been processed successfully.
    successful_forecast_point_count str
    The number of the successful forecast points that are generated by the forecasting model. This is ONLY used by the forecasting batch prediction.
    failedCount String
    The number of entities for which any error was encountered.
    incompleteCount String
    In cases when enough errors are encountered a job, pipeline, or operation may be failed as a whole. Below is the number of entities for which the processing had not been finished (either in successful or failed state). Set to -1 if the number is unknown (for example, the operation failed before the total entity number could be collected).
    successfulCount String
    The number of entities that had been processed successfully.
    successfulForecastPointCount String
    The number of the successful forecast points that are generated by the forecasting model. This is ONLY used by the forecasting batch prediction.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpec, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpecArgs

    KmsKeyName string
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.
    KmsKeyName string
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.
    kmsKeyName String
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.
    kmsKeyName string
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.
    kms_key_name str
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.
    kmsKeyName String
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpecResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EncryptionSpecResponseArgs

    KmsKeyName string
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.
    KmsKeyName string
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.
    kmsKeyName String
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.
    kmsKeyName string
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.
    kms_key_name str
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.
    kmsKeyName String
    The Cloud KMS resource identifier of the customer managed encryption key used to protect a resource. Has the form: projects/my-project/locations/my-region/keyRings/my-kr/cryptoKeys/my-key. The key needs to be in the same region as where the compute resource is created.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVar, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarArgs

    Name string
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    Value string
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.
    Name string
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    Value string
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.
    name String
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    value String
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.
    name string
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    value string
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.
    name str
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    value str
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.
    name String
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    value String
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarResponseArgs

    Name string
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    Value string
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.
    Name string
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    Value string
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.
    name String
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    value String
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.
    name string
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    value string
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.
    name str
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    value str
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.
    name String
    Name of the environment variable. Must be a valid C identifier.
    value String
    Variables that reference a $(VAR_NAME) are expanded using the previous defined environment variables in the container and any service environment variables. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string will be unchanged. The $(VAR_NAME) syntax can be escaped with a double $$, ie: $$(VAR_NAME). Escaped references will never be expanded, regardless of whether the variable exists or not.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Examples, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesArgs

    ExampleGcsSource Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSource
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    NearestNeighborSearchConfig object
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    NeighborCount int
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    Presets Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Presets
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.
    ExampleGcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSource
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    NearestNeighborSearchConfig interface{}
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    NeighborCount int
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    Presets GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Presets
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.
    exampleGcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSource
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    nearestNeighborSearchConfig Object
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    neighborCount Integer
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    presets GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Presets
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.
    exampleGcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSource
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    nearestNeighborSearchConfig any
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    neighborCount number
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    presets GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Presets
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.
    example_gcs_source GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSource
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    nearest_neighbor_search_config Any
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    neighbor_count int
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    presets GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Presets
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.
    exampleGcsSource Property Map
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    nearestNeighborSearchConfig Any
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    neighborCount Number
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    presets Property Map
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSource, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceArgs

    DataFormat Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormat
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    GcsSource Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSource
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    DataFormat GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormat
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    GcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSource
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    dataFormat GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormat
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    gcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSource
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    dataFormat GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormat
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    gcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSource
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    data_format GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormat
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    gcs_source GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSource
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    dataFormat "DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIED" | "JSONL"
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    gcsSource Property Map
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormat, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormatArgs

    DataFormatUnspecified
    DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIEDFormat unspecified, used when unset.
    Jsonl
    JSONLExamples are stored in JSONL files.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormatDataFormatUnspecified
    DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIEDFormat unspecified, used when unset.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceDataFormatJsonl
    JSONLExamples are stored in JSONL files.
    DataFormatUnspecified
    DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIEDFormat unspecified, used when unset.
    Jsonl
    JSONLExamples are stored in JSONL files.
    DataFormatUnspecified
    DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIEDFormat unspecified, used when unset.
    Jsonl
    JSONLExamples are stored in JSONL files.
    DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIED
    DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIEDFormat unspecified, used when unset.
    JSONL
    JSONLExamples are stored in JSONL files.
    "DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIED"
    DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIEDFormat unspecified, used when unset.
    "JSONL"
    JSONLExamples are stored in JSONL files.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceResponseArgs

    DataFormat string
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    GcsSource Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    DataFormat string
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    GcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    dataFormat String
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    gcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    dataFormat string
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    gcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    data_format str
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    gcs_source GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.
    dataFormat String
    The format in which instances are given, if not specified, assume it's JSONL format. Currently only JSONL format is supported.
    gcsSource Property Map
    The Cloud Storage location for the input instances.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesResponseArgs

    ExampleGcsSource Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    NearestNeighborSearchConfig object
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    NeighborCount int
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    Presets Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsResponse
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.
    ExampleGcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    NearestNeighborSearchConfig interface{}
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    NeighborCount int
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    Presets GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsResponse
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.
    exampleGcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    nearestNeighborSearchConfig Object
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    neighborCount Integer
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    presets GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsResponse
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.
    exampleGcsSource GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    nearestNeighborSearchConfig any
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    neighborCount number
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    presets GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsResponse
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.
    example_gcs_source GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesExampleGcsSourceResponse
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    nearest_neighbor_search_config Any
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    neighbor_count int
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    presets GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsResponse
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.
    exampleGcsSource Property Map
    The Cloud Storage input instances.
    nearestNeighborSearchConfig Any
    The full configuration for the generated index, the semantics are the same as metadata and should match NearestNeighborSearchConfig.
    neighborCount Number
    The number of neighbors to return when querying for examples.
    presets Property Map
    Simplified preset configuration, which automatically sets configuration values based on the desired query speed-precision trade-off and modality.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadata, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataArgs

    Inputs Dictionary<string, string>
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    Outputs Dictionary<string, string>
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.
    FeatureAttributionsSchemaUri string
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    LatentSpaceSource string
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.
    Inputs map[string]string
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    Outputs map[string]string
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.
    FeatureAttributionsSchemaUri string
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    LatentSpaceSource string
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.
    inputs Map<String,String>
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    outputs Map<String,String>
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.
    featureAttributionsSchemaUri String
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    latentSpaceSource String
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.
    inputs {[key: string]: string}
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    outputs {[key: string]: string}
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.
    featureAttributionsSchemaUri string
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    latentSpaceSource string
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.
    inputs Mapping[str, str]
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    outputs Mapping[str, str]
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.
    feature_attributions_schema_uri str
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    latent_space_source str
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.
    inputs Map<String>
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    outputs Map<String>
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.
    featureAttributionsSchemaUri String
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    latentSpaceSource String
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataResponseArgs

    FeatureAttributionsSchemaUri string
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    Inputs Dictionary<string, string>
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    LatentSpaceSource string
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.
    Outputs Dictionary<string, string>
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.
    FeatureAttributionsSchemaUri string
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    Inputs map[string]string
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    LatentSpaceSource string
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.
    Outputs map[string]string
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.
    featureAttributionsSchemaUri String
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    inputs Map<String,String>
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    latentSpaceSource String
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.
    outputs Map<String,String>
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.
    featureAttributionsSchemaUri string
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    inputs {[key: string]: string}
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    latentSpaceSource string
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.
    outputs {[key: string]: string}
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.
    feature_attributions_schema_uri str
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    inputs Mapping[str, str]
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    latent_space_source str
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.
    outputs Mapping[str, str]
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.
    featureAttributionsSchemaUri String
    Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of the feature attributions. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML tabular Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output may be different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    inputs Map<String>
    Map from feature names to feature input metadata. Keys are the name of the features. Values are the specification of the feature. An empty InputMetadata is valid. It describes a text feature which has the name specified as the key in ExplanationMetadata.inputs. The baseline of the empty feature is chosen by Vertex AI. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, the key can be any friendly name of the feature. Once specified, featureAttributions are keyed by this key (if not grouped with another feature). For custom images, the key must match with the key in instance.
    latentSpaceSource String
    Name of the source to generate embeddings for example based explanations.
    outputs Map<String>
    Map from output names to output metadata. For Vertex AI-provided Tensorflow images, keys can be any user defined string that consists of any UTF-8 characters. For custom images, keys are the name of the output field in the prediction to be explained. Currently only one key is allowed.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParameters, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersArgs

    Examples Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Examples
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    IntegratedGradientsAttribution Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttribution
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    OutputIndices List<object>
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    SampledShapleyAttribution Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttribution
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    TopK int
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    XraiAttribution Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttribution
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.
    Examples GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Examples
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    IntegratedGradientsAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttribution
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    OutputIndices []interface{}
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    SampledShapleyAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttribution
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    TopK int
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    XraiAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttribution
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.
    examples GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Examples
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    integratedGradientsAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttribution
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    outputIndices List<Object>
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    sampledShapleyAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttribution
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    topK Integer
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    xraiAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttribution
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.
    examples GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Examples
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    integratedGradientsAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttribution
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    outputIndices any[]
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    sampledShapleyAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttribution
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    topK number
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    xraiAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttribution
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.
    examples GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Examples
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    integrated_gradients_attribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttribution
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    output_indices Sequence[Any]
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    sampled_shapley_attribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttribution
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    top_k int
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    xrai_attribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttribution
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.
    examples Property Map
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    integratedGradientsAttribution Property Map
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    outputIndices List<Any>
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    sampledShapleyAttribution Property Map
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    topK Number
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    xraiAttribution Property Map
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersResponseArgs

    Examples Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesResponse
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    IntegratedGradientsAttribution Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    OutputIndices List<object>
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    SampledShapleyAttribution Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    TopK int
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    XraiAttribution Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.
    Examples GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesResponse
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    IntegratedGradientsAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    OutputIndices []interface{}
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    SampledShapleyAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    TopK int
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    XraiAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.
    examples GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesResponse
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    integratedGradientsAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    outputIndices List<Object>
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    sampledShapleyAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    topK Integer
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    xraiAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.
    examples GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesResponse
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    integratedGradientsAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    outputIndices any[]
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    sampledShapleyAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    topK number
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    xraiAttribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.
    examples GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExamplesResponse
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    integrated_gradients_attribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    output_indices Sequence[Any]
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    sampled_shapley_attribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SampledShapleyAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    top_k int
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    xrai_attribution GoogleCloudAiplatformV1XraiAttributionResponse
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.
    examples Property Map
    Example-based explanations that returns the nearest neighbors from the provided dataset.
    integratedGradientsAttribution Property Map
    An attribution method that computes Aumann-Shapley values taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.01365
    outputIndices List<Any>
    If populated, only returns attributions that have output_index contained in output_indices. It must be an ndarray of integers, with the same shape of the output it's explaining. If not populated, returns attributions for top_k indices of outputs. If neither top_k nor output_indices is populated, returns the argmax index of the outputs. Only applicable to Models that predict multiple outputs (e,g, multi-class Models that predict multiple classes).
    sampledShapleyAttribution Property Map
    An attribution method that approximates Shapley values for features that contribute to the label being predicted. A sampling strategy is used to approximate the value rather than considering all subsets of features. Refer to this paper for model details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1306.4265.
    topK Number
    If populated, returns attributions for top K indices of outputs (defaults to 1). Only applies to Models that predicts more than one outputs (e,g, multi-class Models). When set to -1, returns explanations for all outputs.
    xraiAttribution Property Map
    An attribution method that redistributes Integrated Gradients attribution to segmented regions, taking advantage of the model's fully differentiable structure. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.02825 XRAI currently performs better on natural images, like a picture of a house or an animal. If the images are taken in artificial environments, like a lab or manufacturing line, or from diagnostic equipment, like x-rays or quality-control cameras, use Integrated Gradients instead.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpec, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpecArgs

    Parameters Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParameters
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.
    Metadata Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadata
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.
    Parameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParameters
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.
    Metadata GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadata
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.
    parameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParameters
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.
    metadata GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadata
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.
    parameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParameters
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.
    metadata GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadata
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.
    parameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParameters
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.
    metadata GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadata
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.
    parameters Property Map
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.
    metadata Property Map
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpecResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationSpecResponseArgs

    Metadata Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataResponse
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.
    Parameters Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersResponse
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.
    Metadata GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataResponse
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.
    Parameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersResponse
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.
    metadata GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataResponse
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.
    parameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersResponse
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.
    metadata GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataResponse
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.
    parameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersResponse
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.
    metadata GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationMetadataResponse
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.
    parameters GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ExplanationParametersResponse
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.
    metadata Property Map
    Optional. Metadata describing the Model's input and output for explanation.
    parameters Property Map
    Parameters that configure explaining of the Model's predictions.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigma, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaArgs

    NoiseSigma []GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeature
    Noise sigma per feature. No noise is added to features that are not set.
    noiseSigma List<GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeature>
    Noise sigma per feature. No noise is added to features that are not set.
    noiseSigma GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeature[]
    Noise sigma per feature. No noise is added to features that are not set.
    noise_sigma Sequence[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeature]
    Noise sigma per feature. No noise is added to features that are not set.
    noiseSigma List<Property Map>
    Noise sigma per feature. No noise is added to features that are not set.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeature, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureArgs

    Name string
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    Sigma double
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.
    Name string
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    Sigma float64
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.
    name String
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    sigma Double
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.
    name string
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    sigma number
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.
    name str
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    sigma float
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.
    name String
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    sigma Number
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureResponseArgs

    Name string
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    Sigma double
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.
    Name string
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    Sigma float64
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.
    name String
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    sigma Double
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.
    name string
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    sigma number
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.
    name str
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    sigma float
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.
    name String
    The name of the input feature for which noise sigma is provided. The features are defined in explanation metadata inputs.
    sigma Number
    This represents the standard deviation of the Gaussian kernel that will be used to add noise to the feature prior to computing gradients. Similar to noise_sigma but represents the noise added to the current feature. Defaults to 0.1.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaResponseArgs

    NoiseSigma []GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureResponse
    Noise sigma per feature. No noise is added to features that are not set.
    noiseSigma List<GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureResponse>
    Noise sigma per feature. No noise is added to features that are not set.
    noiseSigma GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureResponse[]
    Noise sigma per feature. No noise is added to features that are not set.
    noise_sigma Sequence[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1FeatureNoiseSigmaNoiseSigmaForFeatureResponse]
    Noise sigma per feature. No noise is added to features that are not set.
    noiseSigma List<Property Map>
    Noise sigma per feature. No noise is added to features that are not set.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestination, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationArgs

    OutputUriPrefix string
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.
    OutputUriPrefix string
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.
    outputUriPrefix String
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.
    outputUriPrefix string
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.
    output_uri_prefix str
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.
    outputUriPrefix String
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsDestinationResponseArgs

    OutputUriPrefix string
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.
    OutputUriPrefix string
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.
    outputUriPrefix String
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.
    outputUriPrefix string
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.
    output_uri_prefix str
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.
    outputUriPrefix String
    Google Cloud Storage URI to output directory. If the uri doesn't end with '/', a '/' will be automatically appended. The directory is created if it doesn't exist.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSource, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceArgs

    Uris List<string>
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.
    Uris []string
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.
    uris List<String>
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.
    uris string[]
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.
    uris Sequence[str]
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.
    uris List<String>
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1GcsSourceResponseArgs

    Uris List<string>
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.
    Uris []string
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.
    uris List<String>
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.
    uris string[]
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.
    uris Sequence[str]
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.
    uris List<String>
    Google Cloud Storage URI(-s) to the input file(s). May contain wildcards. For more information on wildcards, see https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/gsutil/addlhelp/WildcardNames.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttribution, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionArgs

    StepCount int
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.
    BlurBaselineConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfig
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    SmoothGradConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfig
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf
    StepCount int
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.
    BlurBaselineConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfig
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    SmoothGradConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfig
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf
    stepCount Integer
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.
    blurBaselineConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfig
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    smoothGradConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfig
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf
    stepCount number
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.
    blurBaselineConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfig
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    smoothGradConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfig
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf
    step_count int
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.
    blur_baseline_config GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfig
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    smooth_grad_config GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfig
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf
    stepCount Number
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.
    blurBaselineConfig Property Map
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    smoothGradConfig Property Map
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1IntegratedGradientsAttributionResponseArgs

    BlurBaselineConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigResponse
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    SmoothGradConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigResponse
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf
    StepCount int
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.
    BlurBaselineConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigResponse
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    SmoothGradConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigResponse
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf
    StepCount int
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.
    blurBaselineConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigResponse
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    smoothGradConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigResponse
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf
    stepCount Integer
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.
    blurBaselineConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigResponse
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    smoothGradConfig GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigResponse
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf
    stepCount number
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.
    blur_baseline_config GoogleCloudAiplatformV1BlurBaselineConfigResponse
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    smooth_grad_config GoogleCloudAiplatformV1SmoothGradConfigResponse
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf
    step_count int
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.
    blurBaselineConfig Property Map
    Config for IG with blur baseline. When enabled, a linear path from the maximally blurred image to the input image is created. Using a blurred baseline instead of zero (black image) is motivated by the BlurIG approach explained here: https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.03383
    smoothGradConfig Property Map
    Config for SmoothGrad approximation of gradients. When enabled, the gradients are approximated by averaging the gradients from noisy samples in the vicinity of the inputs. Adding noise can help improve the computed gradients. Refer to this paper for more details: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1706.03825.pdf
    stepCount Number
    The number of steps for approximating the path integral. A good value to start is 50 and gradually increase until the sum to diff property is within the desired error range. Valid range of its value is [1, 100], inclusively.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpec, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecArgs

    AcceleratorCount int
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    AcceleratorType Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorType
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    MachineType string
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    TpuTopology string
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").
    AcceleratorCount int
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    AcceleratorType GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorType
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    MachineType string
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    TpuTopology string
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").
    acceleratorCount Integer
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    acceleratorType GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorType
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    machineType String
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    tpuTopology String
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").
    acceleratorCount number
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    acceleratorType GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorType
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    machineType string
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    tpuTopology string
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").
    accelerator_count int
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    accelerator_type GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorType
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    machine_type str
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    tpu_topology str
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").
    acceleratorCount Number
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    acceleratorType "ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED" | "NVIDIA_TESLA_K80" | "NVIDIA_TESLA_P100" | "NVIDIA_TESLA_V100" | "NVIDIA_TESLA_P4" | "NVIDIA_TESLA_T4" | "NVIDIA_TESLA_A100" | "NVIDIA_A100_80GB" | "NVIDIA_L4" | "TPU_V2" | "TPU_V3" | "TPU_V4_POD"
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    machineType String
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    tpuTopology String
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorType, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeArgs

    AcceleratorTypeUnspecified
    ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified accelerator type, which means no accelerator.
    NvidiaTeslaK80
    NVIDIA_TESLA_K80Nvidia Tesla K80 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaP100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P100Nvidia Tesla P100 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaV100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_V100Nvidia Tesla V100 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaP4
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P4Nvidia Tesla P4 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaT4
    NVIDIA_TESLA_T4Nvidia Tesla T4 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaA100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_A100Nvidia Tesla A100 GPU.
    NvidiaA10080gb
    NVIDIA_A100_80GBNvidia A100 80GB GPU.
    NvidiaL4
    NVIDIA_L4Nvidia L4 GPU.
    TpuV2
    TPU_V2TPU v2.
    TpuV3
    TPU_V3TPU v3.
    TpuV4Pod
    TPU_V4_PODTPU v4.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeAcceleratorTypeUnspecified
    ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified accelerator type, which means no accelerator.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeNvidiaTeslaK80
    NVIDIA_TESLA_K80Nvidia Tesla K80 GPU.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeNvidiaTeslaP100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P100Nvidia Tesla P100 GPU.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeNvidiaTeslaV100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_V100Nvidia Tesla V100 GPU.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeNvidiaTeslaP4
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P4Nvidia Tesla P4 GPU.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeNvidiaTeslaT4
    NVIDIA_TESLA_T4Nvidia Tesla T4 GPU.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeNvidiaTeslaA100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_A100Nvidia Tesla A100 GPU.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeNvidiaA10080gb
    NVIDIA_A100_80GBNvidia A100 80GB GPU.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeNvidiaL4
    NVIDIA_L4Nvidia L4 GPU.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeTpuV2
    TPU_V2TPU v2.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeTpuV3
    TPU_V3TPU v3.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecAcceleratorTypeTpuV4Pod
    TPU_V4_PODTPU v4.
    AcceleratorTypeUnspecified
    ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified accelerator type, which means no accelerator.
    NvidiaTeslaK80
    NVIDIA_TESLA_K80Nvidia Tesla K80 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaP100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P100Nvidia Tesla P100 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaV100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_V100Nvidia Tesla V100 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaP4
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P4Nvidia Tesla P4 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaT4
    NVIDIA_TESLA_T4Nvidia Tesla T4 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaA100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_A100Nvidia Tesla A100 GPU.
    NvidiaA10080gb
    NVIDIA_A100_80GBNvidia A100 80GB GPU.
    NvidiaL4
    NVIDIA_L4Nvidia L4 GPU.
    TpuV2
    TPU_V2TPU v2.
    TpuV3
    TPU_V3TPU v3.
    TpuV4Pod
    TPU_V4_PODTPU v4.
    AcceleratorTypeUnspecified
    ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified accelerator type, which means no accelerator.
    NvidiaTeslaK80
    NVIDIA_TESLA_K80Nvidia Tesla K80 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaP100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P100Nvidia Tesla P100 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaV100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_V100Nvidia Tesla V100 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaP4
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P4Nvidia Tesla P4 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaT4
    NVIDIA_TESLA_T4Nvidia Tesla T4 GPU.
    NvidiaTeslaA100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_A100Nvidia Tesla A100 GPU.
    NvidiaA10080gb
    NVIDIA_A100_80GBNvidia A100 80GB GPU.
    NvidiaL4
    NVIDIA_L4Nvidia L4 GPU.
    TpuV2
    TPU_V2TPU v2.
    TpuV3
    TPU_V3TPU v3.
    TpuV4Pod
    TPU_V4_PODTPU v4.
    ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED
    ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified accelerator type, which means no accelerator.
    NVIDIA_TESLA_K80
    NVIDIA_TESLA_K80Nvidia Tesla K80 GPU.
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P100Nvidia Tesla P100 GPU.
    NVIDIA_TESLA_V100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_V100Nvidia Tesla V100 GPU.
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P4
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P4Nvidia Tesla P4 GPU.
    NVIDIA_TESLA_T4
    NVIDIA_TESLA_T4Nvidia Tesla T4 GPU.
    NVIDIA_TESLA_A100
    NVIDIA_TESLA_A100Nvidia Tesla A100 GPU.
    NVIDIA_A10080GB
    NVIDIA_A100_80GBNvidia A100 80GB GPU.
    NVIDIA_L4
    NVIDIA_L4Nvidia L4 GPU.
    TPU_V2
    TPU_V2TPU v2.
    TPU_V3
    TPU_V3TPU v3.
    TPU_V4_POD
    TPU_V4_PODTPU v4.
    "ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED"
    ACCELERATOR_TYPE_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified accelerator type, which means no accelerator.
    "NVIDIA_TESLA_K80"
    NVIDIA_TESLA_K80Nvidia Tesla K80 GPU.
    "NVIDIA_TESLA_P100"
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P100Nvidia Tesla P100 GPU.
    "NVIDIA_TESLA_V100"
    NVIDIA_TESLA_V100Nvidia Tesla V100 GPU.
    "NVIDIA_TESLA_P4"
    NVIDIA_TESLA_P4Nvidia Tesla P4 GPU.
    "NVIDIA_TESLA_T4"
    NVIDIA_TESLA_T4Nvidia Tesla T4 GPU.
    "NVIDIA_TESLA_A100"
    NVIDIA_TESLA_A100Nvidia Tesla A100 GPU.
    "NVIDIA_A100_80GB"
    NVIDIA_A100_80GBNvidia A100 80GB GPU.
    "NVIDIA_L4"
    NVIDIA_L4Nvidia L4 GPU.
    "TPU_V2"
    TPU_V2TPU v2.
    "TPU_V3"
    TPU_V3TPU v3.
    "TPU_V4_POD"
    TPU_V4_PODTPU v4.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1MachineSpecResponseArgs

    AcceleratorCount int
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    AcceleratorType string
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    MachineType string
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    TpuTopology string
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").
    AcceleratorCount int
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    AcceleratorType string
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    MachineType string
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    TpuTopology string
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").
    acceleratorCount Integer
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    acceleratorType String
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    machineType String
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    tpuTopology String
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").
    acceleratorCount number
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    acceleratorType string
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    machineType string
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    tpuTopology string
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").
    accelerator_count int
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    accelerator_type str
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    machine_type str
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    tpu_topology str
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").
    acceleratorCount Number
    The number of accelerators to attach to the machine.
    acceleratorType String
    Immutable. The type of accelerator(s) that may be attached to the machine as per accelerator_count.
    machineType String
    Immutable. The type of the machine. See the list of machine types supported for prediction See the list of machine types supported for custom training. For DeployedModel this field is optional, and the default value is n1-standard-2. For BatchPredictionJob or as part of WorkerPoolSpec this field is required.
    tpuTopology String
    Immutable. The topology of the TPUs. Corresponds to the TPU topologies available from GKE. (Example: tpu_topology: "2x2x1").

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParameters, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParametersArgs

    BatchSize int
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.
    BatchSize int
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.
    batchSize Integer
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.
    batchSize number
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.
    batch_size int
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.
    batchSize Number
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParametersResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ManualBatchTuningParametersResponseArgs

    BatchSize int
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.
    BatchSize int
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.
    batchSize Integer
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.
    batchSize number
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.
    batch_size int
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.
    batchSize Number
    Immutable. The number of the records (e.g. instances) of the operation given in each batch to a machine replica. Machine type, and size of a single record should be considered when setting this parameter, higher value speeds up the batch operation's execution, but too high value will result in a whole batch not fitting in a machine's memory, and the whole operation will fail. The default value is 64.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ModelContainerSpec, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ModelContainerSpecArgs

    ImageUri string
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    Args List<string>
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    Command List<string>
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    DeploymentTimeout string
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    Env List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVar>
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    HealthProbe Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Probe
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    HealthRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    Ports List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Port>
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    PredictRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    SharedMemorySizeMb string
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    StartupProbe Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Probe
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    ImageUri string
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    Args []string
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    Command []string
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    DeploymentTimeout string
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    Env []GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVar
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    HealthProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Probe
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    HealthRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    Ports []GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Port
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    PredictRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    SharedMemorySizeMb string
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    StartupProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Probe
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    imageUri String
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    args List<String>
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    command List<String>
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    deploymentTimeout String
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    env List<GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVar>
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    healthProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Probe
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    healthRoute String
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    ports List<GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Port>
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    predictRoute String
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    sharedMemorySizeMb String
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    startupProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Probe
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    imageUri string
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    args string[]
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    command string[]
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    deploymentTimeout string
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    env GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVar[]
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    healthProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Probe
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    healthRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    ports GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Port[]
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    predictRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    sharedMemorySizeMb string
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    startupProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Probe
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    image_uri str
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    args Sequence[str]
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    command Sequence[str]
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    deployment_timeout str
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    env Sequence[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVar]
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    health_probe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Probe
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    health_route str
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    ports Sequence[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Port]
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    predict_route str
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    shared_memory_size_mb str
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    startup_probe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Probe
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    imageUri String
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    args List<String>
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    command List<String>
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    deploymentTimeout String
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    env List<Property Map>
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    healthProbe Property Map
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    healthRoute String
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    ports List<Property Map>
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    predictRoute String
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    sharedMemorySizeMb String
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    startupProbe Property Map
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ModelContainerSpecResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ModelContainerSpecResponseArgs

    Args List<string>
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    Command List<string>
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    DeploymentTimeout string
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    Env List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarResponse>
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    HealthProbe Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponse
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    HealthRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    ImageUri string
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    Ports List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortResponse>
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    PredictRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    SharedMemorySizeMb string
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    StartupProbe Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponse
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    Args []string
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    Command []string
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    DeploymentTimeout string
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    Env []GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarResponse
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    HealthProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponse
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    HealthRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    ImageUri string
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    Ports []GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortResponse
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    PredictRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    SharedMemorySizeMb string
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    StartupProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponse
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    args List<String>
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    command List<String>
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    deploymentTimeout String
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    env List<GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarResponse>
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    healthProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponse
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    healthRoute String
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    imageUri String
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    ports List<GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortResponse>
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    predictRoute String
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    sharedMemorySizeMb String
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    startupProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponse
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    args string[]
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    command string[]
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    deploymentTimeout string
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    env GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarResponse[]
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    healthProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponse
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    healthRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    imageUri string
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    ports GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortResponse[]
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    predictRoute string
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    sharedMemorySizeMb string
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    startupProbe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponse
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    args Sequence[str]
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    command Sequence[str]
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    deployment_timeout str
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    env Sequence[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1EnvVarResponse]
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    health_probe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponse
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    health_route str
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    image_uri str
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    ports Sequence[GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortResponse]
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    predict_route str
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    shared_memory_size_mb str
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    startup_probe GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponse
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    args List<String>
    Immutable. Specifies arguments for the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's CMD. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker CMD's "default parameters" form. If you don't specify this field but do specify the command field, then the command from the command field runs without any additional arguments. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. If you don't specify this field and don't specify the command field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD determine what runs based on their default behavior. See the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the args field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    command List<String>
    Immutable. Specifies the command that runs when the container starts. This overrides the container's ENTRYPOINT. Specify this field as an array of executable and arguments, similar to a Docker ENTRYPOINT's "exec" form, not its "shell" form. If you do not specify this field, then the container's ENTRYPOINT runs, in conjunction with the args field or the container's CMD, if either exists. If this field is not specified and the container does not have an ENTRYPOINT, then refer to the Docker documentation about how CMD and ENTRYPOINT interact. If you specify this field, then you can also specify the args field to provide additional arguments for this command. However, if you specify this field, then the container's CMD is ignored. See the Kubernetes documentation about how the command and args fields interact with a container's ENTRYPOINT and CMD. In this field, you can reference environment variables set by Vertex AI and environment variables set in the env field. You cannot reference environment variables set in the Docker image. In order for environment variables to be expanded, reference them by using the following syntax: $( VARIABLE_NAME) Note that this differs from Bash variable expansion, which does not use parentheses. If a variable cannot be resolved, the reference in the input string is used unchanged. To avoid variable expansion, you can escape this syntax with $$; for example: $$(VARIABLE_NAME) This field corresponds to the command field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    deploymentTimeout String
    Immutable. Deployment timeout. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    env List<Property Map>
    Immutable. List of environment variables to set in the container. After the container starts running, code running in the container can read these environment variables. Additionally, the command and args fields can reference these variables. Later entries in this list can also reference earlier entries. For example, the following example sets the variable VAR_2 to have the value foo bar: json [ { "name": "VAR_1", "value": "foo" }, { "name": "VAR_2", "value": "$(VAR_1) bar" } ] If you switch the order of the variables in the example, then the expansion does not occur. This field corresponds to the env field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    healthProbe Property Map
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes readiness probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    healthRoute String
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send health checks to. Vertex AI intermittently sends GET requests to this path on the container's IP address and port to check that the container is healthy. Read more about health checks. For example, if you set this field to /bar, then Vertex AI intermittently sends a GET request to the /bar path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/ DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    imageUri String
    Immutable. URI of the Docker image to be used as the custom container for serving predictions. This URI must identify an image in Artifact Registry or Container Registry. Learn more about the container publishing requirements, including permissions requirements for the Vertex AI Service Agent. The container image is ingested upon ModelService.UploadModel, stored internally, and this original path is afterwards not used. To learn about the requirements for the Docker image itself, see Custom container requirements. You can use the URI to one of Vertex AI's pre-built container images for prediction in this field.
    ports List<Property Map>
    Immutable. List of ports to expose from the container. Vertex AI sends any prediction requests that it receives to the first port on this list. Vertex AI also sends liveness and health checks to this port. If you do not specify this field, it defaults to following value: json [ { "containerPort": 8080 } ] Vertex AI does not use ports other than the first one listed. This field corresponds to the ports field of the Kubernetes Containers v1 core API.
    predictRoute String
    Immutable. HTTP path on the container to send prediction requests to. Vertex AI forwards requests sent using projects.locations.endpoints.predict to this path on the container's IP address and port. Vertex AI then returns the container's response in the API response. For example, if you set this field to /foo, then when Vertex AI receives a prediction request, it forwards the request body in a POST request to the /foo path on the port of your container specified by the first value of this ModelContainerSpec's ports field. If you don't specify this field, it defaults to the following value when you deploy this Model to an Endpoint: /v1/endpoints/ENDPOINT/deployedModels/DEPLOYED_MODEL:predict The placeholders in this value are replaced as follows: * ENDPOINT: The last segment (following endpoints/)of the Endpoint.name][] field of the Endpoint where this Model has been deployed. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_ENDPOINT_ID environment variable.) * DEPLOYED_MODEL: DeployedModel.id of the DeployedModel. (Vertex AI makes this value available to your container code as the AIP_DEPLOYED_MODEL_ID environment variable.)
    sharedMemorySizeMb String
    Immutable. The amount of the VM memory to reserve as the shared memory for the model in megabytes. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.
    startupProbe Property Map
    Immutable. Specification for Kubernetes startup probe. TODO (b/306244185): Revise documentation before exposing.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Port, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortArgs

    ContainerPort int
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.
    ContainerPort int
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.
    containerPort Integer
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.
    containerPort number
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.
    container_port int
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.
    containerPort Number
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PortResponseArgs

    ContainerPort int
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.
    ContainerPort int
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.
    containerPort Integer
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.
    containerPort number
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.
    container_port int
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.
    containerPort Number
    The number of the port to expose on the pod's IP address. Must be a valid port number, between 1 and 65535 inclusive.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PredictSchemata, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PredictSchemataArgs

    InstanceSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    ParametersSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    PredictionSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    InstanceSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    ParametersSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    PredictionSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    instanceSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    parametersSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    predictionSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    instanceSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    parametersSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    predictionSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    instance_schema_uri str
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    parameters_schema_uri str
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    prediction_schema_uri str
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    instanceSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    parametersSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    predictionSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PredictSchemataResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PredictSchemataResponseArgs

    InstanceSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    ParametersSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    PredictionSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    InstanceSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    ParametersSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    PredictionSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    instanceSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    parametersSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    predictionSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    instanceSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    parametersSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    predictionSchemaUri string
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    instance_schema_uri str
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    parameters_schema_uri str
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    prediction_schema_uri str
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    instanceSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single instance, which are used in PredictRequest.instances, ExplainRequest.instances and BatchPredictionJob.input_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    parametersSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the parameters of prediction and explanation via PredictRequest.parameters, ExplainRequest.parameters and BatchPredictionJob.model_parameters. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI, if no parameters are supported, then it is set to an empty string. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.
    predictionSchemaUri String
    Immutable. Points to a YAML file stored on Google Cloud Storage describing the format of a single prediction produced by this Model, which are returned via PredictResponse.predictions, ExplainResponse.explanations, and BatchPredictionJob.output_config. The schema is defined as an OpenAPI 3.0.2 Schema Object. AutoML Models always have this field populated by Vertex AI. Note: The URI given on output will be immutable and probably different, including the URI scheme, than the one given on input. The output URI will point to a location where the user only has a read access.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Presets, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsArgs

    Modality Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModality
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    Query Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQuery
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.
    Modality GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModality
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    Query GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQuery
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.
    modality GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModality
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    query GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQuery
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.
    modality GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModality
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    query GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQuery
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.
    modality GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModality
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    query GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQuery
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.
    modality "MODALITY_UNSPECIFIED" | "IMAGE" | "TEXT" | "TABULAR"
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    query "PRECISE" | "FAST"
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModality, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModalityArgs

    ModalityUnspecified
    MODALITY_UNSPECIFIEDShould not be set. Added as a recommended best practice for enums
    Image
    IMAGEIMAGE modality
    Text
    TEXTTEXT modality
    Tabular
    TABULARTABULAR modality
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModalityModalityUnspecified
    MODALITY_UNSPECIFIEDShould not be set. Added as a recommended best practice for enums
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModalityImage
    IMAGEIMAGE modality
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModalityText
    TEXTTEXT modality
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsModalityTabular
    TABULARTABULAR modality
    ModalityUnspecified
    MODALITY_UNSPECIFIEDShould not be set. Added as a recommended best practice for enums
    Image
    IMAGEIMAGE modality
    Text
    TEXTTEXT modality
    Tabular
    TABULARTABULAR modality
    ModalityUnspecified
    MODALITY_UNSPECIFIEDShould not be set. Added as a recommended best practice for enums
    Image
    IMAGEIMAGE modality
    Text
    TEXTTEXT modality
    Tabular
    TABULARTABULAR modality
    MODALITY_UNSPECIFIED
    MODALITY_UNSPECIFIEDShould not be set. Added as a recommended best practice for enums
    IMAGE
    IMAGEIMAGE modality
    TEXT
    TEXTTEXT modality
    TABULAR
    TABULARTABULAR modality
    "MODALITY_UNSPECIFIED"
    MODALITY_UNSPECIFIEDShould not be set. Added as a recommended best practice for enums
    "IMAGE"
    IMAGEIMAGE modality
    "TEXT"
    TEXTTEXT modality
    "TABULAR"
    TABULARTABULAR modality

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQuery, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQueryArgs

    Precise
    PRECISEMore precise neighbors as a trade-off against slower response.
    Fast
    FASTFaster response as a trade-off against less precise neighbors.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQueryPrecise
    PRECISEMore precise neighbors as a trade-off against slower response.
    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsQueryFast
    FASTFaster response as a trade-off against less precise neighbors.
    Precise
    PRECISEMore precise neighbors as a trade-off against slower response.
    Fast
    FASTFaster response as a trade-off against less precise neighbors.
    Precise
    PRECISEMore precise neighbors as a trade-off against slower response.
    Fast
    FASTFaster response as a trade-off against less precise neighbors.
    PRECISE
    PRECISEMore precise neighbors as a trade-off against slower response.
    FAST
    FASTFaster response as a trade-off against less precise neighbors.
    "PRECISE"
    PRECISEMore precise neighbors as a trade-off against slower response.
    "FAST"
    FASTFaster response as a trade-off against less precise neighbors.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1PresetsResponseArgs

    Modality string
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    Query string
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.
    Modality string
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    Query string
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.
    modality String
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    query String
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.
    modality string
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    query string
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.
    modality str
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    query str
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.
    modality String
    The modality of the uploaded model, which automatically configures the distance measurement and feature normalization for the underlying example index and queries. If your model does not precisely fit one of these types, it is okay to choose the closest type.
    query String
    Preset option controlling parameters for speed-precision trade-off when querying for examples. If omitted, defaults to PRECISE.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1Probe, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeArgs

    Exec Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecAction
    Exec specifies the action to take.
    PeriodSeconds int
    How often (in seconds) to perform the probe. Default to 10 seconds. Minimum value is 1. Must be less than timeout_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'periodSeconds'.
    TimeoutSeconds int
    Number of seconds after which the probe times out. Defaults to 1 second. Minimum value is 1. Must be greater or equal to period_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'timeoutSeconds'.
    Exec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecAction
    Exec specifies the action to take.
    PeriodSeconds int
    How often (in seconds) to perform the probe. Default to 10 seconds. Minimum value is 1. Must be less than timeout_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'periodSeconds'.
    TimeoutSeconds int
    Number of seconds after which the probe times out. Defaults to 1 second. Minimum value is 1. Must be greater or equal to period_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'timeoutSeconds'.
    exec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecAction
    Exec specifies the action to take.
    periodSeconds Integer
    How often (in seconds) to perform the probe. Default to 10 seconds. Minimum value is 1. Must be less than timeout_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'periodSeconds'.
    timeoutSeconds Integer
    Number of seconds after which the probe times out. Defaults to 1 second. Minimum value is 1. Must be greater or equal to period_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'timeoutSeconds'.
    exec GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecAction
    Exec specifies the action to take.
    periodSeconds number
    How often (in seconds) to perform the probe. Default to 10 seconds. Minimum value is 1. Must be less than timeout_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'periodSeconds'.
    timeoutSeconds number
    Number of seconds after which the probe times out. Defaults to 1 second. Minimum value is 1. Must be greater or equal to period_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'timeoutSeconds'.
    exec_ GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecAction
    Exec specifies the action to take.
    period_seconds int
    How often (in seconds) to perform the probe. Default to 10 seconds. Minimum value is 1. Must be less than timeout_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'periodSeconds'.
    timeout_seconds int
    Number of seconds after which the probe times out. Defaults to 1 second. Minimum value is 1. Must be greater or equal to period_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'timeoutSeconds'.
    exec Property Map
    Exec specifies the action to take.
    periodSeconds Number
    How often (in seconds) to perform the probe. Default to 10 seconds. Minimum value is 1. Must be less than timeout_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'periodSeconds'.
    timeoutSeconds Number
    Number of seconds after which the probe times out. Defaults to 1 second. Minimum value is 1. Must be greater or equal to period_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'timeoutSeconds'.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecAction, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionArgs

    Command List<string>
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.
    Command []string
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.
    command List<String>
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.
    command string[]
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.
    command Sequence[str]
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.
    command List<String>
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionResponseArgs

    Command List<string>
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.
    Command []string
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.
    command List<String>
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.
    command string[]
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.
    command Sequence[str]
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.
    command List<String>
    Command is the command line to execute inside the container, the working directory for the command is root ('/') in the container's filesystem. The command is simply exec'd, it is not run inside a shell, so traditional shell instructions ('|', etc) won't work. To use a shell, you need to explicitly call out to that shell. Exit status of 0 is treated as live/healthy and non-zero is unhealthy.

    GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponse, GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeResponseArgs

    Exec Pulumi.GoogleNative.Aiplatform.V1.Inputs.GoogleCloudAiplatformV1ProbeExecActionResponse
    Exec specifies the action to take.
    PeriodSeconds int
    How often (in seconds) to perform the probe. Default to 10 seconds. Minimum value is 1. Must be less than timeout_seconds. Maps to Kubernetes probe argument 'periodSeconds'.
    Timeou