Domino Adds Another Piece to Its Data Science Platform to AWS

Domino, a provider of data science software, has added another module in its cloud-based solution. This module aims to allow data scientists to quickly build models for production applications.
The new Domino Model Delivery module was announced Tuesday as part of Domino’s wider data science platform, which runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS). According to Domino’s announcement, the platform “supports all aspects of data science,” “from initial exploration to maintaining production model.”
Domino Model Delivery, like the rest of the platform is natively compatible with AWS. Data science teams can now easily create models as microservices and APIs using this new offering without having to involve their IT departments.
The process of building data science models can take several months. This means that IT and engineering staff have to put in a lot of effort to transfer models from development environments into production environments.
Domino Model Delivery promises to automate the process, reducing IT team workload, shortening project time, and allowing data scientists to integrate more models into their business processes. It helps organizations to ensure compliance during the translation phase.
“Domino Model Delivery validates Domino’s advantages of running Domino in AWS, streamlining model deliveries for data scientists and ensuring their well developed models are properly and promptly deployed. It turns the last marathon of model production and delivery into a 10-yard sprint,” stated Nick Elprin, Domino CEO, in a prepared statement.
More information about Domino’s data science platform for AWS can be found here.