HPE launches machine learning-powered solution for cloud processes
California-based technology major Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has launched a machine learning (ML)-powered solution to support processes on cloud computing environments.
The solution, HPE ML Ops, will allow enterprises to standardise ML workflows and improve the pace of artificial intelligence (AI) deployments, said an official statement issued by HPE.
The offering will come bundled as a subscription service along with HPE Pointnext services and customer support.
HPE ML Ops will harness the capabilities offered by the BlueData EPIC (Elastic Private Internet Clusters), a software platform that facilitates AI, ML and Big Data analytics.
HPE’s technology solution transforms AI initiatives from the experimentation and pilot stage to the enterprise-grade operations and production stages, the statement said.
The programme supports the entire machine learning lifecycle including data management, training and monitoring.
Processes on the public, on-premises and hybrid cloud environments are supported on the HPE ML Ops solution.
Data science teams involved in building and deploying ML models will be able to benefit from the HPE’s lifecycle management solution, the statement added.
The solution will also be compatible with open-source deep learning platforms such as TensorFlow as well as commercially available machine learning applications.
“Only operational machine learning models deliver business value. With HPE ML Ops, we provide the only enterprise-class solution to operationalise the end-to-end machine learning lifecycle for on-premises and hybrid cloud deployments. We are bringing DevOps speed and agility to machine learning, delivering faster time-to-value for AI in the enterprise,” said Kumar Sreekanti, senior vice president and chief technology officer, Hybrid IT, HPE.
HPE has been deploying AI and cloud capabilities to facilitate the adoption of digital solutions across enterprises and foundations.
In July, HPE set up a centre of excellence in Andhra Pradesh to provide Agastya International Foundation students training in the areas of internet-of-things and computer programming.
It also launched an AI-driven storage solution called HPE Primera in June. HPE claimed the solution helps accelerate application performance and storage management.
Earlier this year, American computer software company Nutanix struck a partnership with HPE to offer hybrid cloud as a service.