Creating robust and reusable machine learning (ML) pipelines can be a complex and time-consuming process. Developers usually test their processing and training scripts locally, but the pipelines themselves are typically tested in the cloud. Creating and running a full pipeline during experimentation adds unwanted overhead and cost to the development lifecycle. In this post, we detail how you can use Amazon SageMaker Pipelines local mode to run ML pipelines locally to reduce both pipeline development and run time while reducing cost. After the pipeline has been fully tested locally, you can easily rerun it with Amazon SageMaker managed resources with just a few lines of code changes.
Overview of the ML lifecycle
One of the main drivers for new innovations and applications in ML is the availability and amount of data along with cheaper compute options. In several domains, ML has proven capable of solving problems previously unsolvable with classical

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