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Download H2O Driverless AI WHL file & Pipeline.MOJO file
H2O.ai allows users to convert the models to a Model ObJect, Optimized (MOJO). Inside the Driverless AI UI, MOJO Scoring Pipeline provides a standalone scoring pipeline that converts experiments to MOJOs, which can be scored in real time.
The MOJO Scoring Pipeline is available as either a pure Java runtime or a C++ runtime (with Python and R wrappers).
Download DAIMOJO.xxxxxx.whl by clicking MOJO Scoring Pipeline button, then click the same button again in the pop-up menu that appears. There are three versions for Java, Python, or R. Pay attention, don’t download the Java format, but Python wrapper which is in C++ Runtime)
At last, you should have obtained two files from H2O Driverless AI like below and put it into a folder named “objects.”
Fill in the Alteryx Promote & H2O Driverless AI Credentials
Go to your Account page and obtain your user name and API Key – store these in a file or somewhere easy to access
Open mojo_deploy.py (Sublime Text, Notepad++, or built-in editor)
Edit the USERNAME, API_KEY, and PROMOTE_URL information with your information. Recommend copying this section of the code so it’s easy to reuse.
Update the DRIVERLESS AI LICENSE KEY
Update the location of whl.file & pipeline.mojo
Deploy the Model
Now, edit the main.py file and uncomment the deploy method.
Looking at the instructions from Github, we need to install the requirements.txt file for this model. Type: pip install -r requirements.txt
Now deploy the model by typing python Mojo_Deploy_Windows.py
You should now see your model in your Promote environment:
Real-Time Scoring H2O Driverless AI Model
Click on the model and test it from the web console. Under the Execute tab, copy the Scoring JSON txt into the tab and click run the model. (Note: It requires a line-delimited JSON file (.ldjson for short)
You can also score sample data using either the Alteryx model, or the model running on Promote.
Appendix: H2O Roadmap
FTRL will be in 1.7.2 (for C++ MOJO), later will be in Java runtime as well (1.7.3 estimate – end of October)
RuleFit - so far no plan to include it since it does not provide sufficiently good results when used.
TF - supported in C++ runtime, java runtime in progress - estimate 1.7.3 (end of October)