Logical Clocks, the enterprise vendor for Hopsworks – a data platform for scale-out data science and AI, today announced the release of the first Enterprise Feature Store for Machine Learning. The Feature Store solves the problem of ad-hoc and siloed machine learning pipelines, where features, the training data for such pipelines, tend to become disorganized, disjointed, and duplicated, leading to correctness problems and redundant work.
Today, Logical Clocks AB are announcing the release of a Feature Store as part of Hopsworks version 0.8.0. The Feature Store is a central vault for documented, curated, and access-controlled features. In-house Feature Stores are already successfully in production at companies such as Uber, LinkedIn, Airbnb, and Comcast. Now, for the first time, a Feature Store is available, as open-source, in an Enterprise Data platform, Hopsworks.
With the increasing adoption of machine learning in the Enterprise, organizations are looking to reduce the cost of developing and deploying AI by increasing the productivity of their Data Scientists. According to Uber, “dealing with data access, integration, feature management, and pipelines can often waste a huge amount of a data scientist’s time”. The Feature Store solves the data access and feature management problem for Data Science by removing the need for Data Scientists to constantly re-implement feature pipelines for collecting and transforming data to feed their machine learning models. Instead, Data Scientists can select features from the Feature Store to generate clean training data that can then be consumed directly by machine learning models. Hopsworks’ Feature Store builds on Apache Spark and Apache Hive to enable it to scale to massive data volumes.
“As part of the Hopsworks platform, the Feature Store also gives Enterprises full Machine Learning Governance – the exercise of authority and control (access, monitoring, auditing, and provenance) over the management of machine learning assets. Repeatable experiments, features, and models are now all governed and managed by Hopsworks” Dr. Jim Dowling (CEO) said.
About Logical Clocks AB
Logical Clocks was founded by the team that created and continues to drive Hops, the world’s most scalable and advanced Hadoop platform, and Hopsworks, the Data and AI platform for Hops. Logical Clocks’ vision is to simplify the process of refining data into intelligence at scale. Logical Clocks has offices in Stockholm, London, and Palo Alto. For more information, visit https://www.logicalclocks.com.
Logical Clocks announces three new research projects part of the European Union (EU) Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme that will benefit from Hopsworks artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to scale deep learning and enhance research focused on understanding environmental changes and improving healthcare in Europe. Hopsworks is the world’s first and most advanced managed Feature Store with an end-to-end AI platform for the development and operation of AI applications at scale.
Mikael Ronström joins Logical Clocks as Head of Data. Mikael Ronström is the inventor and lead developer of NDB Cluster, an open-source distributed database underlying the MySQL Cluster platform.
Logical Clocks, the data company behind the world’s first Enterprise Feature Store for Machine Learning, today announced full support for Microsoft Azure on its cloud managed data platform, Hopsworks. The announcement complements the existing support for Amazon Web Service (AWS), thus enterprises can now manage features for training and serving models at scale on Hopsworks while maintaining control of their data inside their organisation’s accounts on the most popular cloud platforms.
Logical Clocks introduces a new machine learning technique to train models for fraud detection using deep learning and Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs). The technique, available on Hopsworks, the world’s first data platform with a Feature Store, helped Swedbank, the oldest and largest bank in Sweden, reduce costs associated with fighting fraud.
Logical Clocks announced it is developing the first enterprise Feature Store for Edge Computing for the AI-NET ANIARA project, part of the CELTIC-NEXT programme, to bring artificial intelligence to 5G networks in Europe. To meet infrastructural requirements on performance, security, reliability and scalability, the project will take advantage of Logical Clocks’ Feature Store.
Logical Clocks, the enterprise behind Hopsworks - the first data platform for designing and operating machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) applications at scale with a Feature Store - announces the launch of Hopsworks.ai, the world’s first managed cloud platform for AI with a feature store.
On September 5th, 2019, Logical Clocks won the European DatSci award for “Data Science Technology Innovation of the Year”. Hopsworks is a data-intensive platform for data science and AI, that includes the first Enterprise Feature Store for Machine Learning.
Hopsworks 0.10 brings the latest features, improvements and bug fixes. It is the biggest release done so far, made up of 191 JIRAs including many new features. Also, this version marks the last of the 0.x series, as Hopsworks is gearing up towards its 1.x series starting with 1.0 end of Q3 2019.
Hopsworks 0.9.0 brings the latest features, improvements and bug fixes. It introduces Apache Airflow as-a-service which means users can now create their own workflows from within their familiar environment of a Hopsworks project. You can get started with Airflow in Hopsworks by visiting the user-guide.
Announcing the release of the first Enterprise Feature Store for Machine Learning. The Feature Store solves the problem of ad-hoc and siloed machine learning pipelines, where features, the training data for such pipelines, tend to become disorganized, disjointed, and duplicated, leading to correctness problems and redundant work.
Hopsworks 0.8.0 brings the latest features, improvements and bug fixes. It comes a short while after version 0.7.0 and brings the world’s first open-source feature store, a revamped REST API for managing jobs in Hopsworks and improvements in visualization for python notebooks.