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 e Cluster</a> </li> <li> <a href="#scaling-the-cluster">Scaling the Cluster</a> </li> <li> <a href="#support-and-pricing">Support and Pricing</a> </li> </ul> </aside><hr/><a id="edit-page-link" href="https://github.com/apache/incubator-predictionio/tree/livedoc/docs/manual/source/system/deploy-cloudformation.html.md.erb"><img src="/images/icons/edit-pencil-d6c1bb3d.png"/>Edit this page</a></div><div class="content-header hidden-sm hidden-xs"><div id="page-title"><h1>Deploying with AWS CloudFormation</h1></div></div><div class="content"><h2 id='overview' class='header-anchors'>Overview</h2><p>You can scale PredictionIO on AWS with <a href="http://aws.amazon.com/cloudformation/">CloudFormation</a>. Here we have defined a PredictionIO CloudFormation stack that you can deploy a functional, fully distributed PredictionIO cluster in minutes.</p><h3 id='instances' class='header-anchors'>Instances</h3><p>The PredictionIO CloudFormation stack creates two types of instance: <strong>compute an
 d storage</strong>. By default, the stack will launch <strong>1 compute Instance and 3 Storage instances</strong>.</p><p>The compute instance <em>(ComputeInstance)</em> acts as Spark master. You can launch extra compute instances <em>(ComputeInstanceExtra)</em> by updating the stack. The storage instances <em>(StorageInstance)</em> form the core of the HDFS, ZooKeeper quorum, and HBase storage. Extra storage instances <em>(StorageInstanceExtra)</em> can be added to the cluster by updating the stack. They cannot be removed once they are spinned up.</p><p>PredictionIO Event Server will be launched on all storage instances.</p><h3 id='networking' class='header-anchors'>Networking</h3><p>The stack will automatically create a VPC and a subnet with an Internet gateway. All cluster instances will be launched inside this subnet using a single security group that enables all TCP communications among all instances within the same group. All compute instances (including those that are launched
  after stack creation) will receive public IPs. All core storage instances will receive public Elastic IPs.</p><h2 id='step-by-step' class='header-anchors'>Step-by-Step</h2><p>First, you need to have an active Amazon Web Services account with permissions to use the following services:</p> <ul> <li>Auto Scaling</li> <li>CloudFormation</li> <li>EC2</li> <li>VPC</li> </ul> <h3 id='subscribe-to-predictionio-cluster' class='header-anchors'>Subscribe to PredictionIO Cluster</h3><p>Before you can start using PredictionIO CloudFormation template, you will need to subscribe to PredictionIO Cluster AMI through AWS Marketplace. To subscribe, go to this <a href="https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00S74CY0A">link</a>. Click the yellow &quot;Continue&quot; button on the next screen.</p><p><img alt="AWS Marketplace Subscription Page" src="/images/cloudformation/awsmp-1-609eb919.png"/></p><p>In the next screen, click the &quot;Manual Launch&quot; tab, then select your preferred pricing model. P
 ick your desired version, then click &quot;Accept Terms&quot;.</p><p><img alt="AWS Marketplace Term Page" src="/images/cloudformation/awsmp-2-7dd613ba.png"/></p><p>Once your subscription is in place, you may proceed to the next section.</p><h3 id='start-using-cloudformation' class='header-anchors'>Start Using CloudFormation</h3><p>From your main AWS console, locate CloudFormation and click on it.</p><p><img alt="CloudFormation on AWS Console" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-01-13c7f924.png"/></p><p>This will bring you to the CloudFormation console below.</p><p><img alt="CloudFormation Console" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-02-61cd8e67.png"/></p><h3 id='select-the-predictionio-cloudformation-stack-template' class='header-anchors'>Select the PredictionIO CloudFormation Stack Template</h3><p>From the CloudFormation console, click on the <strong>Create New Stack</strong> blue button as shown above. This will bring up the <strong>Select Template</strong> screen. Name your stack as you li
 ke. Within the <em>Template</em> section, choose <strong>Specify an Amazon S3 template URL</strong>, and put <a href="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cloudformation.prediction.io/0.9.6/pio.json">https://s3.amazonaws.com/cloudformation.prediction.io/0.9.6/pio.json</a> as the value.</p><p><img alt="CloudFormation Stack Template Selection" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-03-d017fa2d.png"/></p><p>Click <strong>Next</strong> when you are done.</p><h3 id='specify-stack-parameters' class='header-anchors'>Specify Stack Parameters</h3><p>The next screen shows the stack parameters. You must enter your AWS SSH key pair. For the other parameters, you can change them to meet your needs or simply use the default values.</p><p><img alt="Stack Parameters" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-04-6b545f50.png"/></p> <table><thead> <tr> <th>Parameter</th> <th>Description</th> </tr> </thead><tbody> <tr> <td>AWS-KeyPair</td> <td>The AWS SSH key pair name that can be used to access all instances in the cluster.</td> <
 /tr> <tr> <td>AvailabilityZone</td> <td>Specify the availability zone that the PredictionIO cluster will be launched in. All instances of the cluster will be launched into the same zone for optimal network performance between one another.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>ComputeInstanceType</td> <td>The EC2 instance type of all compute instances. Memory-optimized EC2 instances are recommended.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>ComputeInstanceExtra</td> <td>Number of extra compute instances besides the core compute instance. This can be increased and decreased.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceExtra</td> <td>Number of extra storage instances besides core storage instances. <strong>Never decrease this value or you will risk data corruption.</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceExtraSize</td> <td>Size in GB of each extra storage instance. This can be changed when you add an extra storage instance.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceExtraVolumeType</td> <td>The EBS volume type of each extra storage insta
 nce. Valid values are <em>standard</em> and <em>gp2</em>. This can be changed when you add an extra storage instance.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceType</td> <td>The EC2 instance type of all storage instances. General purpose EC2 instances are recommended.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceSize</td> <td>Size in GB of each core storage instance. This cannot be changed once the cluster is launched.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceVolumeType</td> <td>The EBS volume type of each core storage instance. Valid values are <em>standard</em> and <em>gp2</em>. This cannot be changed once the cluster is launched.</td> </tr> </tbody></table> <p>Click <strong>Next</strong> when you are done. You will arrive at the <strong>Options</strong> screen. You can skip this step if you do not have other options to specify.</p><p>At the <strong>Review</strong> screen, click <strong>Create</strong> to finish.</p><h2 id='using-the-cluster' class='header-anchors'>Using the Cluster</h2><p>You should se
 e the following when the cluster is being created after the previous step.</p><p><img alt="Stack Creation" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-05-92ee63c2.png"/></p><p>Once the stack creation has finished, you can click on <strong>Events</strong> and select <strong>Outputs</strong> to arrive to the following screen.</p><p><img alt="Completed Stack" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-06-b36528fa.png"/></p><p>Take note of <strong>PIOComputeMasterPublicIp</strong> and <strong>PIOStorageMasterPublicIp</strong>. We will now access the cluster and make sure everything is in place.</p><div class="alert-message warning"><p>Sometimes the stack is created successfully but not all cluster services would launch due to potential network glitches or system issues within a cluster instance. In this case, simply delete and create the stack again.</p></div><h3 id='verify-compute-instances' class='header-anchors'>Verify Compute Instances</h3><p>SSH to the master compute instance using the <strong>PIOComputeMa
 sterPublicIp</strong>. In this example, let us assume the IP address be 54.175.145.84, and your private key file be <strong>yourkey.pem</strong>.</p><div class="highlight shell"><table style="border-spacing: 0"><tbody><tr><td class="gutter gl" style="text-align: right"><pre class="lineno">1</pre></td><td class="code"><pre><span class="gp">$ </span>ssh -i yourkey.pem -A -L 8080:localhost:8080 ubuntu@54.175.145.84
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 e Cluster</a> </li> <li> <a href="#scaling-the-cluster">Scaling the Cluster</a> </li> <li> <a href="#support-and-pricing">Support and Pricing</a> </li> </ul> </aside><hr/><a id="edit-page-link" href="https://github.com/apache/incubator-predictionio/tree/livedoc/docs/manual/source/system/deploy-cloudformation.html.md.erb"><img src="/images/icons/edit-pencil-d6c1bb3d.png"/>Edit this page</a></div><div class="content-header hidden-sm hidden-xs"><div id="page-title"><h1>Deploying with AWS CloudFormation</h1></div></div><div class="content"><h2 id='overview' class='header-anchors'>Overview</h2><p>You can scale PredictionIO on AWS with <a href="http://aws.amazon.com/cloudformation/">CloudFormation</a>. Here we have defined a PredictionIO CloudFormation stack that you can deploy a functional, fully distributed PredictionIO cluster in minutes.</p><h3 id='instances' class='header-anchors'>Instances</h3><p>The PredictionIO CloudFormation stack creates two types of instance: <strong>compute an
 d storage</strong>. By default, the stack will launch <strong>1 compute Instance and 3 Storage instances</strong>.</p><p>The compute instance <em>(ComputeInstance)</em> acts as Spark master. You can launch extra compute instances <em>(ComputeInstanceExtra)</em> by updating the stack. The storage instances <em>(StorageInstance)</em> form the core of the HDFS, ZooKeeper quorum, and HBase storage. Extra storage instances <em>(StorageInstanceExtra)</em> can be added to the cluster by updating the stack. They cannot be removed once they are spinned up.</p><p>PredictionIO Event Server will be launched on all storage instances.</p><h3 id='networking' class='header-anchors'>Networking</h3><p>The stack will automatically create a VPC and a subnet with an Internet gateway. All cluster instances will be launched inside this subnet using a single security group that enables all TCP communications among all instances within the same group. All compute instances (including those that are launched
  after stack creation) will receive public IPs. All core storage instances will receive public Elastic IPs.</p><h2 id='step-by-step' class='header-anchors'>Step-by-Step</h2><p>First, you need to have an active Amazon Web Services account with permissions to use the following services:</p> <ul> <li>Auto Scaling</li> <li>CloudFormation</li> <li>EC2</li> <li>VPC</li> </ul> <h3 id='subscribe-to-predictionio-cluster' class='header-anchors'>Subscribe to PredictionIO Cluster</h3><p>Before you can start using PredictionIO CloudFormation template, you will need to subscribe to PredictionIO Cluster AMI through AWS Marketplace. To subscribe, go to this <a href="https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00S74CY0A">link</a>. Click the yellow &quot;Continue&quot; button on the next screen.</p><p><img alt="AWS Marketplace Subscription Page" src="/images/cloudformation/awsmp-1-609eb919.png"/></p><p>In the next screen, click the &quot;Manual Launch&quot; tab, then select your preferred pricing model. P
 ick your desired version, then click &quot;Accept Terms&quot;.</p><p><img alt="AWS Marketplace Term Page" src="/images/cloudformation/awsmp-2-7dd613ba.png"/></p><p>Once your subscription is in place, you may proceed to the next section.</p><h3 id='start-using-cloudformation' class='header-anchors'>Start Using CloudFormation</h3><p>From your main AWS console, locate CloudFormation and click on it.</p><p><img alt="CloudFormation on AWS Console" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-01-13c7f924.png"/></p><p>This will bring you to the CloudFormation console below.</p><p><img alt="CloudFormation Console" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-02-61cd8e67.png"/></p><h3 id='select-the-predictionio-cloudformation-stack-template' class='header-anchors'>Select the PredictionIO CloudFormation Stack Template</h3><p>From the CloudFormation console, click on the <strong>Create New Stack</strong> blue button as shown above. This will bring up the <strong>Select Template</strong> screen. Name your stack as you li
 ke. Within the <em>Template</em> section, choose <strong>Specify an Amazon S3 template URL</strong>, and put <a href="https://s3.amazonaws.com/cloudformation.prediction.io/0.9.5/pio.json">https://s3.amazonaws.com/cloudformation.prediction.io/0.9.5/pio.json</a> as the value.</p><p><img alt="CloudFormation Stack Template Selection" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-03-d017fa2d.png"/></p><p>Click <strong>Next</strong> when you are done.</p><h3 id='specify-stack-parameters' class='header-anchors'>Specify Stack Parameters</h3><p>The next screen shows the stack parameters. You must enter your AWS SSH key pair. For the other parameters, you can change them to meet your needs or simply use the default values.</p><p><img alt="Stack Parameters" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-04-6b545f50.png"/></p> <table><thead> <tr> <th>Parameter</th> <th>Description</th> </tr> </thead><tbody> <tr> <td>AWS-KeyPair</td> <td>The AWS SSH key pair name that can be used to access all instances in the cluster.</td> <
 /tr> <tr> <td>AvailabilityZone</td> <td>Specify the availability zone that the PredictionIO cluster will be launched in. All instances of the cluster will be launched into the same zone for optimal network performance between one another.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>ComputeInstanceType</td> <td>The EC2 instance type of all compute instances. Memory-optimized EC2 instances are recommended.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>ComputeInstanceExtra</td> <td>Number of extra compute instances besides the core compute instance. This can be increased and decreased.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceExtra</td> <td>Number of extra storage instances besides core storage instances. <strong>Never decrease this value or you will risk data corruption.</strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceExtraSize</td> <td>Size in GB of each extra storage instance. This can be changed when you add an extra storage instance.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceExtraVolumeType</td> <td>The EBS volume type of each extra storage insta
 nce. Valid values are <em>standard</em> and <em>gp2</em>. This can be changed when you add an extra storage instance.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceType</td> <td>The EC2 instance type of all storage instances. General purpose EC2 instances are recommended.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceSize</td> <td>Size in GB of each core storage instance. This cannot be changed once the cluster is launched.</td> </tr> <tr> <td>StorageInstanceVolumeType</td> <td>The EBS volume type of each core storage instance. Valid values are <em>standard</em> and <em>gp2</em>. This cannot be changed once the cluster is launched.</td> </tr> </tbody></table> <p>Click <strong>Next</strong> when you are done. You will arrive at the <strong>Options</strong> screen. You can skip this step if you do not have other options to specify.</p><p>At the <strong>Review</strong> screen, click <strong>Create</strong> to finish.</p><h2 id='using-the-cluster' class='header-anchors'>Using the Cluster</h2><p>You should se
 e the following when the cluster is being created after the previous step.</p><p><img alt="Stack Creation" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-05-92ee63c2.png"/></p><p>Once the stack creation has finished, you can click on <strong>Events</strong> and select <strong>Outputs</strong> to arrive to the following screen.</p><p><img alt="Completed Stack" src="/images/cloudformation/cf-06-b36528fa.png"/></p><p>Take note of <strong>PIOComputeMasterPublicIp</strong> and <strong>PIOStorageMasterPublicIp</strong>. We will now access the cluster and make sure everything is in place.</p><div class="alert-message warning"><p>Sometimes the stack is created successfully but not all cluster services would launch due to potential network glitches or system issues within a cluster instance. In this case, simply delete and create the stack again.</p></div><h3 id='verify-compute-instances' class='header-anchors'>Verify Compute Instances</h3><p>SSH to the master compute instance using the <strong>PIOComputeMa
 sterPublicIp</strong>. In this example, let us assume the IP address be 54.175.145.84, and your private key file be <strong>yourkey.pem</strong>.</p><div class="highlight shell"><table style="border-spacing: 0"><tbody><tr><td class="gutter gl" style="text-align: right"><pre class="lineno">1</pre></td><td class="code"><pre><span class="gp">$ </span>ssh -i yourkey.pem -A -L 8080:localhost:8080 ubuntu@54.175.145.84
 </pre></td></tr></tbody></table> </div> <p>Once you are in, point your web browser to <a href="http://localhost:8080">http://localhost:8080</a>. You should see something similar to the following.</p><p><img alt="Example Spark UI" src="/images/cloudformation/spark-019c2cf1.png"/></p><div class="alert-message note"><p>In the example above <strong>NumberOfComputeWorkers</strong> is <strong>2</strong>. This is because the example has 1 compute instance and 1 extra compute instance. If you do not have any extra compute instances, you will see only 1 worker on the above page.</p></div><h3 id='verify-storage-instances' class='header-anchors'>Verify Storage Instances</h3><p>SSH to the storage instance using the <strong>PIOStorageMasterPublicIp</strong>. In this example, let us assume the IP address be 54.175.1.36, and your private key file be <strong>yourkey.pem</strong>.</p><div class="highlight shell"><table style="border-spacing: 0"><tbody><tr><td class="gutter gl" style="text-align: rig
 ht"><pre class="lineno">1</pre></td><td class="code"><pre><span class="gp">$ </span>ssh -i yourkey.pem -A -L 50070:localhost:50070 -L 16010:localhost:16010 -L 16030:localhost:16030 ubuntu@54.175.1.36
 </pre></td></tr></tbody></table> </div> <p>Once you are in, point your web browser to <a href="http://localhost:50070">http://localhost:50070</a> and click on <strong>Datainstances</strong> at the top menu. You should see the following page.</p><p><img alt="Example HDFS UI" src="/images/cloudformation/hdfs-51f0231f.png"/></p><div class="alert-message warning"><p>All <strong>3 storage instances</strong> must be up for proper operation.</p></div><p>If all <strong>3 storage instances</strong> are working properly, you can then verify HBase by pointing your web browser to <a href="http://localhost:16010">http://localhost:16010</a>. You should see something similar to the following.</p><p><img alt="Example HBase UI" src="/images/cloudformation/hbase-32538c47.png"/></p><p>If you do not specify any extra storage instances, you should see 2 region servers. There should also be 1 backup master.</p><h3 id='running-quick-start' class='header-anchors'>Running Quick Start</h3><p>You can now star
 t with the fully-distributed PredictionIO cluster. Let&#39;s start with the <a href="/templates/recommendation/quickstart/">recommendation quick start</a> with a few twists.</p> <ol> <li><p>Skip the installation steps and run <code>pio status</code>. You should see everything functional.</p></li> <li><p>Run through the section <strong>Create a Sample App</strong> as described. The installation directory of PredictionIO is <code>/opt/PredictionIO</code>.</p></li> <li><p>Run through the section <strong>Collecting Data</strong> as described, except that you will be connecting to the Event Server at the master core storage instance. Assuming the private IP of the master core storage instance is <code>10.0.0.123</code>, add <code>--url http://10.0.0.123:7070</code> to the <code>import_eventserver.py</code> command.</p></li> <li><p>Copy HBase configuration to the engine template directory. The full path of the configuration file is <code>/opt/hbase-0.98.9-hadoop2/conf/hbase-site.xml</code
 >. (This step will not be required in future releases.)</p></li> <li><p>Run through the section <strong>Deploy the Engine as a Service</strong> up to the subsection <strong>Training</strong>. Assuming the private DNS name of the master compute instance is <code>ip-10-0-0-234.ec2.internal</code>, add <code>-- --master spark://ip-10-0-0-234.ec2.internal:7077</code> after the <code>pio train</code> command. This will send the training to the compute cluster instead of the local machine. The Spark master URL must match exactly the one shown on its web UI. Repeat the same steps for subsection <strong>Deploying</strong>, which will create an Engine Server backed by the compute cluster.</p></li> </ol> <h2 id='scaling-the-cluster' class='header-anchors'>Scaling the Cluster</h2><p>As your data size and/or audience grow, you can scale your cluster to handle more workload or decrease turnaround time. In this section, we will provide some general guidelines about when and how to scale your clus
 ter with CloudFormation.</p><h3 id='scaling-compute-instances' class='header-anchors'>Scaling Compute Instances</h3><p>You can increase compute instances to reduce training time <em>($pio train)</em> and the time to query an engine server. You can also check the [Spark Master Web UI] to see if you need additional compute power.</p><p>Notice that for compute instances, you can increase or decrease the number of extra compute instances <em>(ComputeInstanceExtra)</em> as much as you like. The extra compute instances will join the master and become slave compute instances as Spark workers.</p><p>Let us begin by adding 2 extra compute instances. At the CloudFormation console, right click on the cluster stack and click on <strong>Update Stack</strong>.</p><p><img alt="Updating Stack to Add Extra Compute Instances" src="/images/cloudformation/compute-1-c572ea84.png"/></p><p>At the <strong>Select Template</strong> screen, make sure <strong>Use existing template</strong> is picked, then clic
 k <strong>Next</strong>.</p><p>At the <strong>Specify Parameters</strong> screen, increase the value of <strong>ComputeInstanceExtra</strong> to <strong>2</strong>, then click <strong>Next</strong>.</p><p><img alt="Adding 2 Extra Compute Instances" src="/images/cloudformation/compute-2-f7da8e72.png"/></p><p>At the <strong>Options</strong> screen, leave everything unchanged, and click <strong>Next</strong>.</p><p>At the <strong>Review</strong> screen, make sure <strong>ComputeInstanceExtra</strong> is now updated to <strong>2</strong>. Finish by clicking <strong>Update</strong>.</p><p><img alt="Review Changes of Adding Extra Compute Instances" src="/images/cloudformation/compute-3-ee5fc6a8.png"/></p><p>You will be brought back to the CloudFormation console. You should see the stack status changed to <strong>UPDATE_IN_PROGRESS</strong>.</p><p><img alt="Adding Extra Compute Instances In Progress" src="/images/cloudformation/compute-4-67fe0caa.png"/></p><p>Once the status become <strong
 >UPDATE_COMPLETED</strong>, you will have 2 extra compute instances. Notice that during the update, your cluster is still functional and any existing work will not be affected. If you are downscaling, existing work might be affected during the update process.</p><h3 id='scaling-storage-instances' class='header-anchors'>Scaling Storage Instances</h3><p>You can scale your storage instances when you are about to run out of space. You can check your storage usage at the [Hadoop NameNode web UI].</p><div class="alert-message warning"><p>For storage instances, you can only increase the number of extra storage instances <em>(StorageInstanceExtra)</em> within the bounds of AWS EC2 limits. Decreasing the instances will risk data corruption.</p></div><p>Let us begin by adding 2 extra storage instances. At the CloudFormation console, right click on the cluster stack and click on <strong>Update Stack</strong>.</p><p><img alt="Updating Stack to Add Extra Storage Instances" src="/images/cloudform
 ation/compute-1-c572ea84.png"/></p><p>At the <strong>Select Template</strong> screen, make sure <strong>Use existing template</strong> is picked, then click <strong>Next</strong>.</p><p>At the <strong>Specify Parameters</strong> screen, increase the value of <strong>StorageInstanceExtra</strong> to <strong>2</strong>, and set the value of <strong>StorageInstanceExtraSize</strong> to <strong>100</strong>, then click <strong>Next</strong>. Notice that whenever you add an extra storage instance, you can change its size to a new value. The new size will not affect existing storage instances and your data will be safe.</p><p><img alt="Adding 2 Extra Storage Instances" src="/images/cloudformation/storage-1-ca3ae3a6.png"/></p><p>At the <strong>Options</strong> screen, leave everything unchanged, and click <strong>Next</strong>.</p><p>At the <strong>Review</strong> screen, make sure <strong>StorageInstanceExtra</strong> is now updated to <strong>2</strong>, and <strong>StorageInstanceExtraS
 ize</strong> is updated to <strong>100</strong>. Finish by clicking <strong>Update</strong>.</p><p><img alt="Review Changes of Adding Extra Storage Instances" src="/images/cloudformation/storage-2-9395c9f2.png"/></p><p>You will be brought back to the CloudFormation console. You should see the stack status changed to <strong>UPDATE_IN_PROGRESS</strong>.</p><p><img alt="Adding Extra Compute Instances In Progress" src="/images/cloudformation/compute-4-67fe0caa.png"/></p><p>Once the status become <strong>UPDATE_COMPLETED</strong>, you will have 2 extra storage instances. Notice that during the up-scaling update, your cluster is still functional and existing work will not be affected. They may be affected during downscale.</p><h2 id='support-and-pricing' class='header-anchors'>Support and Pricing</h2><p>PredictionIO Cluster comes with Enterprise Support. For pricing and support details, please contact <a href="mailto:support@prediction.io">support@prediction.io</a>.</p></div></div></div>
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