HPE Floats Machine Learning in the Cloud

Hewlett Packard Enterprise last week announced the public availability of its HPE Haven OnDemand Machine Learning as a Service. The Microsoft Azure cloud-based platform provides more than 60 APIs and services that deliver deep learning analytics on a variety of data, including text, audio, images, social Web and video. Launched in beta in 2014, HPE Haven OnDemand has more than 12,750 registered developers generating millions of API calls per week, the company said. It’s available as a free service for development and testing. Usage- and SLA-based pricing for enterprise-class delivery to support production deployment also are available. “We’re bringing a unique solution to the market built on almost a decade of experience in advanced analytics and machine learning that has been proven,” said Jeff Veis, VP of marketing for big…


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