deepsense.io congratulates Cloudera on acquiring Sense.io and their recent launch of the Cloudera Data Science Workbench. “Well done, but too late!” - says deepsense.io’s CEO Tomasz Kulakowski, and asks: “Why allow Cloudera’s vendor locking instead of using deepsense.io’s Neptune - a DevOps platform for machine and deep learning experiments, which works with any Hadoop distribution (incl. Hortonworks, Cloudera and MapR) and any cloud provider (such as AWS, MS Azure, Google Cloud Platform) as well as available on-premises?”
Cloudera says that they give data science teams the freedom to work how they want, but I think that the real freedom is when you can choose any tool that suits your needs best.
Tomasz Kulakowski, CEO of deepsense.io
deepsense.io delivers deep learning solutions and supports organizations in unlocking their data potential at all stages of data science maturity by helping: discover the power of deep learning and test it in their business, develop their data science capabilities and build end-to-end solutions, organize their data science process to increase its effectiveness. Neptune, deepsense.io’s newest technology, is the DevOps platform for data scientists designed to give data science teams the freedom to explore, while remaining organized and collaborative throughout the creative process. The second product Seahorse, a visual framework powered by Apache Spark, helps data scientists in rapid development of Spark applications.
deepsense.io is founded and managed by CodiLime — an IT consulting and software engineering company established by former Google, Facebook and Microsoft engineers.
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