July 26, 2018

H2O.ai collaborates with Google Cloud to boost AI adoption for enterprises

The collaboration aims to provide a ready-to-use machine learning platform built on data management infrastructure to simplify business decisions for enterprises.

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Open source AI (Artificial Intelligence) provider H2O.ai has collaborated with Google Cloud to drive AI adoption in enterprises. With this alliance, H2O.ai aims to simplify critical business decisions for enterprises by providing a ready-to-use machine learning platform built on a data management infrastructure.

According to H2O.ai, enterprises need AI solutions that are not only easy to implement but also scalable in cloud environments. They say that with these enterprises aim to combine their data science prowess with AI as well as machine learning capabilities to solve mission as well as business-critical problems.

By partnering with Google Cloud, H2O.ai claim that they will be integrating their open source platform H2O-3 and automated machine learning platform H2O Driverless AI with GCP (Google Cloud Platform) to allow enterprises to either start or build on their machine learning workflows. They say that the alliance will also see H2O combine its Driverless AI and Sparkling Water platforms with GCP’s Kubeflow, Data Proc and BigQuery to deploy Kubernetes workflows, move data repositories and migrate data machine workloads respectively.

Speaking about this alliance, Sri Ambati, CEO and founder of H2O.ai, commented:

We are excited at the deep partnership with Google Cloud Platform to make that vision real by bringing best in class scalable infrastructure together with robust open source AI ecosystem.

With H2O Driverless AI on the Google Cloud Platform customers can trust in AI to transform business processes with faster time to market and scale past the current limits and talent gap in AI and Cloud.

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