Predictive operations company Falkonry has announced two new AI product offerings designed to scale with lower total cost of ownership and short time to value. The products include Falkonry Workbench and Analyzer. 

Workbench analyzes large amounts of data to build predictive models and solve production problems. Other features include ability to perform forensic analysis on historical data, analyze root cause of past conditions, build warning models, and build classification models. Analyzer is a “pay as you deploy” subscription where users can economically scale deployments on-prem, at the edge or in the cloud. It allows users to export models developed in Workbench and deploy analyzes as a standalone in edge gateways. 

CloudBolt 9.2 released with advanced Kubernetes and Terraform support
The latest version is designed to help enterprises speed up and simplify their hybrid cloud journeys. Features include lifecycle management for Kubernetes, deep Terraform integration, and expanded support and new integrations for IBM Cloud, IBM Cloud for Government, VMware Cloud on AWS, and Red Hat OpenShift. 

 “As enterprises further invest in containerization and navigate the complexities of hybrid cloud, it’s never been more important to deliver rapid time-to-value and provide customers with freedom of choice,” said Brian Kelly, chief executive officer of CloudBolt. “With 9.2’s ability to easily deploy and manage the lifecycle of multi-node Kubernetes clusters and integrate with key cloud environments through CloudBolt’s blueprints, we continue our commitment to innovation through simplicity and flexibility.”

Huawei reveals 5G products and strategies
The latest products include 

  • Mate Xs, an evolution of its foldable device with new hardware and software; 
  • MatePad Pro 5G, a 5G tablet with a “premium all -scenario experience;” 
  • WiFi AX3 and 5G CPE Pro 2, two Wi-Fi 6+ enabled connectivity solutions; 
  • AppGallery, the company’s mobile services based app marketplace; 
  • And new additions to its laptop series. 

“We will continue investing into our edge technologies including chipsets, 5G communications, mobile AI, operating systems, cameras and audio-visual solutions so as to build out our long-term competitive advantages. We are also eager to work with developers globally to catalyse the growth of the all-scenario ecosystem,” said Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group. “The ‘1+8+N’ all-scenario hardware ecosystem and the all-scenario service ecosystem not only established a standard for user privacy and security, but also delivers a high-quality experience to consumers around the world.”

Arize AI launches with AI observability solution
Arize AI is an observability platform for explaining and troubleshooting production AI. 

“The ML space can be confusing and understanding what some companies do can take an high level engineering degree. Arize AI is laser focused on Production ML. Helping companies stand up their models in the real world. Our AI Observability platform helps companies figure out what is wrong, where it is wrong and why,” the team wrote in a post.

The platform is currently in beta, which users can request access for here