SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) January 14, 2020
Vidora, an innovator in enterprise machine learning, listed its platform on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace today. The AWS Marketplace provides a catalog of software solutions built on AWS for businesses to browse and subscribe to within their own AWS account. Vidora's listing now makes it easier to purchase the Vidora Cortex platform and start deploying end-to-end machine learning pipelines with raw data.
Many businesses today struggle with deploying machine learning (ML). Reasons include the struggle to wrangle and engineer data, challenges of deploying millions of predictions at scale, or poor predictive results. While solutions like DataRobot and H2O.ai focus on fine grained controls for expert data scientists that already have spent days wrangling and featurizing their data, Vidora enables any data-savvy team member to link continuous, raw data sources and build pipelines that automatically wrangle the data, featurize it, and yield high quality predictions for deployment.
"We are familiar with the pains that come with deploying machine learning from working with the world's largest enterprise organizations," says Philip West, Head of Product. "We're excited to remove another hurdle for businesses by making Vidora's machine learning platform more accessible through our partnership with AWS."
Building ML pipelines with Vidora takes about as long as signing up through the AWS Marketplace. Vidora's platform automates the hard steps of ML so the time it takes to integrate predictions into your business becomes nominal. Customers save weeks of development time and can create pipelines in a few minutes. Some have up to 100 pipelines that train on a recurring basis, generating millions of predictions for their use cases.
Vidora offers hands on support to get started and see the value quickly. Demos can be requested by visiting their website: http://www.vidora.com.
Vidora enables organizations to deploy machine learning five times faster with end-to-end pipelines. Vidora makes machine learning simple, easy to use and intuitive by automating the most complex technical challenges of the machine learning pipeline, including data wrangling. It's self-service machine learning platform, Cortex, is leveraged by some of the largest global brands like Walmart, News Corp, and Discovery.