HPE unleashes Machine Learning-as-a-service on Microsoft Azure

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is now flogging more than 60 machine learning APIs and services on a new cloud-based big data platform. Intended to extend big data tools to developers, the Haven OnDemand platform was beta released in 2014. HPE has today opened it up for general commercial use, offering data-wealthy wannabes the chance to join its 12,750 registered developers “who currently generate millions of API calls per week”. Delivered on the back of Microsoft Azure, Haven OnDemand aims to offer deep learning analytics on a wide range of structured and unstructured data, including “test, audio, image, social, web and video.” Expecting a “new era of breakthroughs, driven by machine learning” HPE’s senior veep of big data, Colin Mahony, said his offering would democratise big data – literally, that’s what he…


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