Elpis Release Notes

Elpis is the fifth release of the Acumos platform.

  • Release Name: Elpis
  • Release Version: 5.0
  • Release Date: 02 August 2021
  • Wiki: Elpis Release Notes

Release Highlights

  • Automation of Model Deployment with your own CI tool:
    • Elpis Release is a first step towards a fully automated process from model on-boarding to model deployment. It is now possible to connect Acumos with your own CI tool (Jenkins) in order to trigger Jenkins jobs that could be used in the future to deploy your Acumos model
  • On-boarding:
    • Add “deploy” parameter in on-boarding API
    • Allow the use of a SWAGGER interface for R models
  • Micro-service :
    • Speed up the Micro-service creation of R models thanks to enhancement of on-boarding-base-r image
    • Use of Json and swagger URI with R models
    • Fix MS generation failure after on-boarding
    • Create deployment backend
  • Portal-Marketplace:
    • Take into account “deploy” parameter in synchronous and asynchronous microservice generation
    • Create a new Admin page to fulfill Jenkins server parameters
  • Onboarding Python Client:
    • Add deploy parameter
    • Fix type issue with python 3.9
  • Onboarding R Client:
    • Add deploy parameter
    • Allow the use of Json and Swagger UI
  • Onboarding Java Client:
    • Add deploy parameter
    • Update old dependencies
  • Onboarding C++ Client:
    • Add deploy parameter
  • Onboarding ONNX Client:
    • Add deploy parameter
    • Model bundle dump without use of configuration file
    • License profile addition when onboarding by CLI.


Acumos provides a Zero to Acumos (Z2A) installation process for deploying to Ubuntu 20.04 development environments. The Z2A installation covers the case of starting with a VM or the case of starting from an existing Kubernetes installation. The Z2A was built as a modular design leveraging installation already existing for components that Acumos depends on (Nexus/MariaDB/etc.) The mindset is for any Acumos dependency you may use your own or use the defalt that is part of the Z2A installation.

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