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Deployment of ML experiments programmatically

Presently, the ML workspace and experiments needs to be manually created. There is no capability to create new workspace and experiments using some scripting like, C# or PowerShell. It will be good, if we can take backup or generate deployable files from existing ML experiments which in turn can be used for deploying it to another/same subscription with same/different name.

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      • Christos Karras commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        AMLPS does not really resolve this request. I'm trying to deploy an experiment to a NEW workspace. I can automate deployment of the datasets used by my experiment using AMLPS, however when I try to use Import-AmlExperimentGraph to import the experiment itself, I get the problem described here: https://github.com/hning86/azuremlps/issues/15

        I thought maybe the problem was the datasets were assigned a different ID, so I tried manually modifying the JSON to assign the new IDs (obtained with Get-AmlDataset), but this does not resolve the problem.

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