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Oracle Boosts Machine Learning With DataScience.com Buy

Mitch Wagner
5/16/2018
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Oracle says it's signed an agreement to acquire DataScience.com, which has a platform that centralizes data science tools useful for machine learning applications.

"Data science teams use the platform to organize work, easily access data and computing resources and execute end-to-end model development workflows," Oracle Corp. (Nasdaq: ORCL) said in the announcement.

Customers include Amgen, Rio Tinto and Sonos, which all use DataScience.com to improve productivity, reduce operational costs and deploy machine learning solutions. (See Oracle Buys DataScience.com.)


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Oracle Corp. (Nasdaq: ORCL) is moving aggressively into the cloud. The company plans to integrate DataScience.com into the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Oracle's other platform tools. In recent months, Oracle has rolled out a series of autonomous cloud services, designed to fully automate database and platform operations in the cloud. (See Oracle Expands Cloud Autonomy, Data Centers & SLAs, Oracle Extends Autonomous Capabilities Across Cloud Platform, Oracle Delivers Next Set of Autonomous Cloud Platform Services and Oracle Launches Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud.

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