Allegro Trains Rebrands as ClearML
January 05, 2021

Allegro AI announced a rebranding of its key product Allegro Trains as ClearML.

The new ClearML launches with not just a new brand and logo, but also with new features and a free hosted plan that gives data science teams the best software to manage experiments, orchestrate their workloads across computational resources, and manage the data that drives their machine learning experiments, all in one clear interface.

Allegro AI's software has been available as a free self-hosted open source application and as an officially-supported Enterprise-grade app with support and custom integrations, but now it's also available as a "0 code" implementation for data scientists to use in their existing workflows.

"We've seen huge growth in users and usage over the past year, and we're excited to start off 2021 with a new brand name and now with an even easier way to get started," says Nir Bar-Lev, CEO and co-founder of Allegro AI. "Our user-base is skewed towards organizations leading in AI adoption that require the most sophisticated toolset. With our managed service offering of ClearML, individuals and small teams just getting started can now get going with zero friction."

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