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Anaconda Enterprise 5 Introduces Secure Collaboration to Amplify the Impact of Data Scientists

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Anaconda, the Python data science leader, today introduced Anaconda Enterprise 5 software to help organizations respond to customers and stakeholders faster, deliver strategic insight for rapid decision-making and take advantage of cutting edge machine learning. Building on the world’s most popular Python data science platform with over 4.5 million users, Anaconda Enterprise 5 empowers enterprise IT to amplify the impact of an organization’s data science efforts and their models by securely connecting them to all levels of an organization. With one click, data scientists can now securely deploy live dashboards to executives, Microsoft Excel data sets and charts to business analysts, and REST APIs to software developers. Anaconda Enterprise 5 combines the power of commercially supported open source and Python data science with an IT-friendly, ‘deploy anywhere’ containerized platform with graphical IT operations and monitoring.”

Scott Collison, CEO of Anaconda Inc. commented, “In a world where data scientists are scarce resources, Anaconda Enterprise 5 amplifies their organizational impact by making it easy to quickly and securely deploy their models. The new platform allows users to collaborate using the tools and methods that executives, business analysts and developers already use… For executives and business analysts, data scientists can deploy rich graphical dashboards and interactive reports. Developers get REST API access. With the security and scale IT organizations demand, Anaconda Enterprise 5 puts Python data science in the hands of those most empowered by it.”

Read more at anaconda.com.

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