HPE Rolls Out Machine Learning as a Service on Microsoft Azure

After two years in beta, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise’s (HPE) Haven OnDemand machine learning platform is finally open for business. The platform is designed to help enterprises build cognitive computing solutions, text analysis, speech recognition, image analysis, indexing and search APIs. HPE aims to make machine learning available to companies through a self-service delivery model. Although a commercial version of Haven OnDemand will now be available, companies will still have access to the “freemium” service it has been offering throughout its beta testing stage that allows users to develop and test APIs for free. Hewlett-Packard said it has already registered more than 12,000 developers for the Haven OnDemand community.Sum Greater Than the Parts Fernando Lucini, vice president of HPE Haven OnDemand, said that the company has developed more than 60 different machine…


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