KNIME on Amazon Web Services Now Available to Productionize AI/ML

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A recent press release states, “KNIME, a unified software platform for creating and productionizing data science, today announced the availability of KNIME on AWS, its commercial offering for productionizing artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning (ML) solutions on Amazon Web Services (AWS). KNIME on AWS is designed to allow customers to assemble and deploy ML solutions across the enterprise at scale and securely on AWS and to gain tangible value quickly. The offering is now featured in AWS Marketplace, including free trials.”

The release goes on, “Many enterprises seek to create value by deploying ML and AI solutions but can lack the data scientists, data platform engineers, experience, money and time necessary to make a meaningful impact quickly. The result is that teams and individuals lacking this set of highly technical skills are left out of the innovation loop and are unable to realize the potential that their data offers. Further, there are many steps in the process of bringing an AI/ML solution into production that require a transfer of context and knowledge from data preparation to analysis and modeling to deployment.”

It adds, “KNIME on AWS is a visual data workflow editor that allows customers of all skill levels to extract and prepare their data from Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Redshift, or other sources; utilize AWS AI/ML services along with custom data science to build an impactful model; and deploy this solution “as a service” or to an analytics application. In each step, the solution is underpinned by the storage, compute, security and scale of AWS. This end-to-end solution from data to deployment can be realized with no coding required, and scheduling/automation can be employed in order to create a continuous stream of insights or decisions with minimal manual effort required.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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