Iguazio

Herzliya, Israel
2014
Apr 26, 2021   |  By Gilad Shaham
We’re delighted to announce the release of the Iguazio Data Science Platform version 3.0. Data Engineers and Data Scientists can now deploy their data pipelines and models to production faster than ever with features that break down silos between Data Scientists, Data Engineers and ML Engineers and give you more deployment options . The development experience has been improved, offering better visibility of the artifacts and greater freedom of choice to develop with your IDE of choice.
Apr 6, 2021   |  By Yaron Haviv and Rajeev Chawla
You’ve already figured out that your data science team cannot keep developing models on their laptops or a managed automated machine learning (AutoML) service and keep their models there. You want to put artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) into action and solve real business problems.
Mar 11, 2021   |  By Sahar Dolev-Blitental
We’re proud to share that Iguazio has received an honorable mention in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms, 2021. This is the second year in a row that Iguazio receives this recognition. The 2021 report assesses 20 vendors of platforms enabling data scientists and engineers to develop, deploy and manage AI/ML in the enterprise, across a wide array of criteria relating to their capabilities, performance and completeness of vision.
Feb 25, 2021   |  By Or Zilberman
There is nothing permanent except change. In a world of turbulent, unpredictable change, we humans are always learning to cope with the unexpected. Hopefully, your machine learning business applications do this every moment, by adapting to fresh data. In a previous post, we discussed the impact of COVID-19 on the data science industry.
Feb 8, 2021   |  By Alex Joseph
We’re seeing an increase in demand for hybrid AI deployments. This trend can be attributed to a number of factors. First of all, many enterprises look to hybrid solutions to address data locality, in accordance with a rise in regulation and data privacy considerations. Secondly, there is a growing number of smart edge devices powering innovative new services across industries.
Jan 18, 2021   |  By Alex Joseph
Data science has become an important capability for enterprises looking to solve complex, real-world problems, and generate operational models that deliver business value across all domains. More and more businesses are investing in ML capabilities, putting together data science teams to develop innovative, predictive models that provide the enterprise with a competitive edge — be it providing better customer service or optimizing logistics and maintenance of systems or machinery.
Jan 4, 2021   |  By Yaron Haviv
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are relentlessly revolutionizing marketplaces and ushering in radical, disruptive changes that threaten incumbent companies with obsolescence. To maintain a competitive edge and gain entry into new business segments, many companies are racing to build and deploy AI applications.
Dec 17, 2020   |  By Adi Hirschtein
Simplifying feature engineering for building real-time ML pipelines might just be the next holy grail of data science. It’s incredibly difficult and highly complex, but it’s also desperately needed for multiple use cases across dozens of industries. Currently, feature engineering is siloed between data scientists, who search for and create the features, and data engineers, who rewrite the code for a production environment.
Nov 24, 2020   |  By Yaron Segev
Retaining customers is more important for survival than ever. For businesses that rely on very high user volume, like mobile apps, video streaming, social media, e-commerce and gaming, fighting churn is an existential challenge. Data scientists are leading the fight to convert and retain high LTV (lifetime value) users.
Nov 16, 2020   |  By Yaron Haviv
The success and growth of companies can be determined by the technologies they rely on in their tech stack. To deploy AI enabled applications to production, companies have discovered that they’ll need an army of developers, data engineers, DevOps practitioners and data scientists to manage Kubeflow — but do they really? Much of the complexity involved in delivering data intensive products to production comes from the workflow between different organizational and technology silos.
May 6, 2021   |  By Iguazio
Easily engineer online and offline features, share them across teams and ML applications with minimal development and integration effort. Find out how in this demo.
May 5, 2021   |  By Iguazio
In this webinar, we will talk about enterprise scale, fully automated MLOps solutions for Trade Promotions, looking into the impact this can create for CPG companies, through a real-world example.
May 5, 2021   |  By Iguazio
Many enterprises today face numerous challenges around handling data for AI/ML. They find themselves having to manually extract datasets from a variety of sources, which wastes time and resources. In this session, we discuss end-to-end automation of the production pipeline and how to govern AI in an automated way. We touch upon setting up a feedback loop, generating explainable AI and doing all of this — at scale.
May 5, 2021   |  By Iguazio
We discuss how enterprises need a platform that brings together tools to streamline data science workflow with leading edge infrastructure that can tackle the most complex ML models — one that can bring innovative concepts into production sooner, integrated within your existing IT/DevOps-grounded approach.
May 5, 2021   |  By Iguazio
We discuss some common applications for machine learning at the edge and the main challenges associated with deploying distributed cloud and edge applications. We then wrap up the session with a live demo showing how to run a distributed cloud or edge application on Amazon Cloud and Outposts with the Iguazio Data Science Platform.

The Iguazio Data Science Platform automates MLOps with end-to-end machine learning pipelines, transforming AI projects into real-world business outcomes. It accelerates the development, deployment and management of AI applications at scale, enabling data scientists to focus on delivering better, more accurate and more powerful solutions instead of spending their time on infrastructure.

The platform is open and deployable anywhere - multi-cloud, on prem or edge. Iguazio powers real-time data science applications for financial services, gaming, ad-tech, manufacturing, smart mobility and telecoms.

Dive Into the Machine Learning Pipeline:

  • Collect and Enrich Data from Any Source: Ingest in real-time multi-model data at scale, including event-driven streaming, time series, NoSQL, SQL and files.
  • Prepare Online and Offline Data at Scale: Explore and manipulate online and offline data at scale, powered by Iguazio's real-time data layer and using your favorite data science and analytics frameworks, already pre-installed in the platform.
  • Accelerate and Automate Model Training: Continuously train models in a production-like environment, dynamically scaling GPUs and managed machine learning frameworks.
  • Deploy in Seconds: Deploy models and APIs from a Jupyter notebook or IDE to production in just a few clicks and continuously monitor model performance.

Bring Your Data Science to Life.