Splice Machine Kubernetes Ops Center Introduced
July 29, 2020

Splice Machine launched the Splice Machine Kubernetes Ops Center, deployed with Helm Charts.

With its comprehensive data capabilities, Splice Machine supports extensive OLTP, OLAP, data science, and MLOps in a single open source platform, making it easy for developers to get what they need to do done, without stitching a huge number of disparate technologies together.

Ops Center is the easiest way to provision, manage, and operate a collection of Splice Machine scale-out SQL databases and machine learning platforms. Application and DevOps teams can now easily operate clouds of databases and ML platforms with the same tooling that the Splice Machine Cloud team uses, lowering operating costs, improving performance, and enabling more data science productivity, resulting in better business outcomes.

"Now, application teams throughout the enterprise can develop with the agility of having full control over their data platform and data science that would previously have required a centralized and specialized data organization," said Monte Zweben, co-founder and CEO, Splice Machine. "Ops Center brings DBOps and MLOps together at last. Now, developers can easily spin up and tear down sandboxes, shadows, dev, test, and production clusters in minutes to be agile and cost-efficient while retaining the control provided by having a single comprehensive software stack – a powerful combination that has direct results on business performance."

The adoption of the Splice Machine on Kubernetes protects against platform lock-in by providing a uniform operating stack across a variety of infrastructure architectures including on-premises, private clouds, and public clouds.

Splice Machine on Kubernetes will be available in three product offerings, including:

- The Splice Machine Kubernetes Community Edition (single cluster) – Available for free on HelmHub, Artifact Hub, Rancher Catalog, and Splice Machine's github repository

- The Splice Machine Kubernetes Enterprise Edition (single cluster) – Adds advanced security and backup functionality easily unlockable from the Community edition with a license key

- The Splice Machine Kubernetes Ops Center – The Splice Machine Kubernetes Enterprise Edition plus Cloud Manager, instrumentation, and monitoring through ELK, Prometheus, Grafana and PagerDuty – requires a separate Helm chart and a license

"Traditionally, enterprises group DBOps and MLOps teams into separate organizations that are isolated from the application groups that need these services, creating silos, bottlenecks, latency and frustration," added Zweben. "With Ops Center, we are democratizing access to data and machine learning platforms, creating a new world of ML and IoT experimentation and complex problem solving."

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