Training ML models on UbiOps
Training Machine Learning models in the cloud from scratch can be a challenging task. In this post we will dive into why UbiOps is not only useful for running and scaling model inference, but can also be used to run training jobs for Machine Learning models. UbiOps has a built-in functionality for managing and running […]
Droneview data processing takes off thanks to use of UbiOps platform
Drones allow you to take spectacular photos and videos from the air, with the images and videos providing a wealth of information. They caught onto this quickly at Droneview. The Leeuwarden-based company takes measurements and performs inspections from the air, and with algorithms developed in-house, the data they obtain is processed automatically into ready-to-use information […]
Improve the adaptability of your pipeline
In our previous blogs on pipeline operators, we saw how we could use the pipeline operators to speed up our inference, to add unit tests to the input of our machine learning model and to conditionally routing the pipeline request to one way or the other. With UbiOps latest release, v2.22.0, we introduced a new […]
Medische doorbraak van Ellogon.AI draait op UbiOps-platform
Samen met het Nederlands Kanker Instituut heeft Ellogon.AI een methodiek ontwikkeld om sneller en adequater te bepalen of een kankerpatiënt baat kan hebben bij immunotherapie. De tool waarmee dat gebeurt, EIDOS, is gebaseerd op big data en artificial intelligence (AI) en draait op het UbiOps-platform. Daardoor kon de service sneller live gaan, als SaaS-oplossing worden […]
Machine learning with OutSystems: Object detection app
The adoption and implementation of low-code applications has made application development cheaper and faster, and more accessible to a large audience. OutSystems, one of the market leaders in the industry, seeks innovative collaborations to help their clients deliver more and more value. One of these collaborations is with UbiOps, a Dutch software company that enables […]
Setting up data science activities in your company – managerial guide.
This article is written for managers who are starting with data science and clarifies what phases one goes through from data collection to deployment in production. It also touches upon the different tools...
Data pipelines: what, why and which ones
It can be quite confusing keeping track of what all these different pipelines are and how they differ from one another. In this article, we will map out and compare a few common pipelines, as well as clarify where UbiOps pipelines fit in the general picture.
How to create a data pipeline in UbiOps?
In a previous article I explained how to deploy a single data science deployment onto UbiOps that could be used for object recognition. However, in the real world, it is often not that simple. In reality, you usually don’t have a single model with perfect input and output. Rather, there is a chain of operations […]
Introduction to cloud computing for Data Scientists – #2
As the field of cloud computing is expanding, we see that many of our clients wonder whether migrating to the cloud is a feasible option for them. It can be hard to keep up with all that is happening when new services and vendors go online every day. We believe that the key to acknowledging […]
Introduction to cloud computing for Data Scientists #1
At Dutch Analytics, we are a big fan of the cloud. It offers us the resources and flexibility we require, without the hassle of maintenance. But we notice that for many of our clients, computing in the cloud seems like a daunting task. We also see that as most Data Scientists start out in a […]
UbiOps new name for platform of Dutch Analytics
The Hague, 2020 Dutch Analytics introduces UbiOps (formerly: Xenia) as the new name of its platform. At the beginning of this year, Dutch Analytics introduced a new software platform that helps companies to make data-driven models operational, maintain them and integrate with existing systems after development. The mission of Dutch Analytics is to run data […]