The Model Registry is a way to group together conceptually related checkpoints (including ones across different experiments), storing metadata and longform notes about a model, and retrieving the latest version of a model for use or futher development. The Model Registry can be accessed through the WebUI, Python API, REST API, or CLI, though the WebUI has some features that the others are missing.
The Model Registry is a top-level option in the navigation bar. This will take you to a page listing all of the models that currently exist in the registry, and allow you to create new models. You can select any of the existing models to go to the Model Details page, where you can view and edit detailed information about the model. There will also be a list of every version associated with the selected model, and you can go to the Version Details page to view and edit that version’s information.
For more information about how to use the model registry, see Organizing Models in the Model Registry