Cloudera Introduces Machine Learning and Analytics Platform-as-a-Service with a Shared Data Experience

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by Angela Guess

A new press release states, “Cloudera, Inc., the modern platform for machine learning and analytics, optimized for the cloud, announced Cloudera Altus with SDX, the first machine learning and analytics Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), built with a shared data catalog providing the business context of that data. Cloudera Altus supports a variety of high-value business use cases that require applying multiple data analysis capabilities and approaches together. SDX makes it possible for those analytic functions to work together to combine data from different sources into a single coherent and actionable picture. Example use cases include answering complex questions about customer “next-best-offer”, IoT predictive maintenance, and advanced threat detection.”

The release continues, “SDX enables Altus cloud services – including Data Engineering, Analytic Database (beta) and soon Data Science – to securely access data through a reliable shared data experience. There is one trusted source of metadata for all machine learning and analytics services and users. Altus brings the simplicity and scale of the cloud to big data analytics, enabling people to confidently utilize multiple analytics services to unlock the value in their business data. Altus delivers IT control through simplified workload management, governance, and security, while catering to the end user by offering curated self-service access to data and their preferred tools.”

Read more at PRNewswire.

Photo credit: Cloudera

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