Between DevOps, DataOps, MLOps and ModelOps, there are different "Ops" based on different environments. "Ops" generally is the shortened version of Operations. Check out some of the different ones in our current technological world. How many do you know? Learning about DevOps DevOps or Developer Operations refers to applying agile
DataOps increases the productivity of AI practitioners by automating data analytics pipelines and speeding up the process of moving from ideas to innovations. DataOps best practices make raw data polished and useful for building AI models. Models need to work on the data that is introduced, as well as on
Whether working as a business analyst, data scientist or machine learning engineer, one thing remains the same – making an impact with data and AI is what really matters. Pre-processing and exploring data, building and deploying models and turning those scoring values into an actionable insight can be overwhelming. A
DataOps is rapidly turning from a fragmented usage of some tools popular in the software development world into a modern approach to data & analytics engineering with its own best practices and recommended technologies. While the goal of DataOps – delivering data and analytical insights of the highest quality faster
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K(o)ennen Sie schon „DevOps“? Machen Sie SAS? Dann lohnt sich eventuell ein frischer Blick auf die Kombination! Denn immer mehr Unternehmen probieren, ihren produktiven Betrieb auch in die Hände der Software-Entwickler zu legen (2 von 3 laut Jenkins) – speziell in der Analyse, insbesondere beim agilen Modellieren und dem Veredeln