CognitiveScale, an enterprise AI development leader collaborated with open source solutions behemoth Red Hat to assist enterprises in easier AI development and deployment. The collaboration helps CognitiveScale’s Cortex software to work in-sync with Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform to fulfill the vision of open, scalable and trusted AI. IT DevOps will benefit the most along with acceleration for enterprises for digital transformation into AI.
Previously Cortex was able to reduce the development duration for Artificial Intelligence by 65% and 94% for DevOps. AI virtualization is the backbone of the Cortex software that works with any kind of data or model anywhere driving intelligent experiences, accountability and meaningful insights. On the other hand, Red Hat’s platform helps the developer community in building applications at lightning speeds even in hybrid environments — Open Shift is the most renowned Kubernotes platform, currently.
The partnership helps enterprises to achieve both, faster AI migration into hybrid clouds and keeping its previous investment into myriad technologies, intact. The software combination helps enterprises work with a large volume of machine learning, analytical and data-based models to create lucid AI systems across all sorts of Cloud.
“We collaborated with Red Hat for the freedom it can give our Cortex customers to more quickly create and release new AI-powered digital services while providing them a vendor and cloud agnostic multi-cloud infrastructure,” said Matt Sanchez, founder, and chief technology officer of CognitiveScale. “This shift to software-defined, virtualized AI infrastructure changes how intelligent digital services can be created, operated and controlled, and can alter the competitive dynamics of the industry.”
“AI’s self-learning, predictive and automation capabilities have the ability to accelerate the development of better, more powerful applications. We are excited to be able to extend the functionality of OpenShift into AI deployments across diverse environments,” said Chris Wright, chief technology officer at Red Hat. “This collaboration helps us empower businesses with the tools they can use to improve customer success and engagement through better personalization and process automation.”
Cortex integrates and expands frameworks such as –
- Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit
- Over 120 data connectors