Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced the availability of HPE Haven OnDemand, a cloud platform that offers machine learning APIs and services for building mobile and enterprise applications – targeting developers, startups and enterprises.
HPE is selling Haven OnDemand as a service on Microsoft Azure. HPE Haven OnDemand provides more than 60 APIs and services that deliver analytics on data, including text, audio, image, social, web and video.
HPE Haven OnDemand has more than 12,750 registered developers who currently generate millions of API calls per week.
Colin Mahony, senior vice president and general manager, HPE Big Data, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, said: Now, anyone can leverage our cloud-based service to harness the rich variety of data available today to build applications that produce new insights, differentiate businesses, delight customers and deliver competitive advantage.”
HPE offers Haven OnDemand as a free service for testing. The US-based technology major is also offering a SLA-based commercial pricing model to support production deployments.
Several developers and enterprises have leveraged HPE Haven OnDemand to create applications.
Ayni, a startup, created an app for facilitating cultural exchange and foreign language education using HPE Haven OnDemand. The app uses HPE Haven OnDemand’s speech recognition API to create text transcripts of live audio streams.
Blink, a speed dating mobile app startup, leverages HPE Haven OnDemand face detection and image recognition APIs to enable a more human dating app experience.
RingDNA, an enterprise provider of inside sales, is utilizing HPE Haven OnDemand machine learning APIs to power part of their conversation analytics capabilities.
Transparent, a developer participating in the 2015 World Bank hackathon challenge, created the Transparent app to understand and visualize government spending in Africa using the HPE Haven OnDemand OCR API to analyze and extract insights.