Splice Machine releases cloud deployment containers to facilitate the deployment of applications on its AWS-powered cloud database

Splice Machine announced on Wednesday that it will be on-site at AWS Summit San Francisco to discuss how its new Cloud Deployment Containers are designed to make it easy for companies to deploy intelligent, mission-critical applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Splice Machine’s Cloud Deployment Containers were designed to facilitate the injection of intelligence into mission-critical cloud applications. This new deployment method allows developers to locally develop Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) applications that use streaming and machine learning (ML) technologies on their laptops, and then seamlessly deploy their ML models as containers on a virtual private network with Splice Machine’s Cloud Service.

With Splice Machine Cloud Deployment Containers, standard applications written in traditional programming languages such as Java or newer languages such as Python, Node, or Scala can be migrated to the cloud and then extended with streaming and machine learning. This enables companies to deploy smarter, predictive applications on the cloud and generate business and customer value in various use cases and verticals, such as supply chain, field service, healthcare, fraud detection and more.

By deploying the same containerized code to the cloud, companies can train, test, and deploy machine learning at scale in mission-critical production applications. This deployment capability enables Apache MLlib pipelines to be deployed as containers as well as Spark Streaming applications that can transactionally stream directly into Splice Machine.

Splice Machine already allows companies to migrate on-premises relational database management system (RDBMS) applications at great scale to the cloud as a full ANSI SQL RDBMS and Data Warehouse in one. Customers already realize single record lookups and updates in a few milliseconds at petabyte scale.

Additionally, Splice Machine’s analytical capabilities enable extreme analytical concurrency, even at billions of records, with standard connectivity to BI tools such as Tableau and MicroStrategy.


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