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Azure ML Services CI/CI and CLI

For Azure ML Services, why does your CLI depend on your Azure Workbench IDE to be installed. Doesn't make sense to me.

I would like to leverage Azure ML Services to retrain and deploy models programmatically such as from a Jenkins task on a periodic schedule or when new training data is available. You have a CLI, but it's very limited and requires a GUI to launch it.

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