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Each MLflow Model is a directory containing arbitrary files, together with an MLmodel file in the root of the directory that can define multiple flavors that the model can be viewed in.

Flavors are the key concept that makes MLflow Models powerful: they are a convention that deployment tools can use to understand the model, which makes it possible to write tools that work with models from any ML library without having to integrate each tool with each library. MLflow defines several “standard” flavors that all of its built-in deployment tools support, such as a “Python function” flavor that describes how to run the model as a Python function. However, libraries can also define and use other flavors. For example, MLflow’s mlflow.sklearn library allows loading models back as a scikit-learn Pipeline object for use in code that is aware of scikit-learn, or as a generic Python function for use in tools that just need to apply the model (for example, the mlflow sagemaker tool for deploying models to Amazon SageMaker).

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