The open platform democratizing data science with templates
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The ability to access live business insights from data provides a real competitive advantage.
Organizations collect a growing quantity of data across domains but only a few manage to connect the dots and extract the essential business value. This; is the purpose of data science.
The main problem is that the data often sits in different silos. This situation generates :
Complex multi-channel distribution (email, chat, files, reports, social media)
Lack of accountability
Naas is solving that with low-code.
In the past decade, the low-code and no-code solutions have become a multi-billion dollar industry. The promise of these solutions is that anyone can build applications and automation using templates. Yet, no standard has emerged in “low-code data science”.
Naas was built to become this standard, comforted by Netflix publications explaining why they are investing in a Jupyter Notebook infrastructure to solve their data challenges.
Naas and Jupyter Notebooks.
Naas leverages Jupyter Notebooks and its 10 million users. Jupyter Notebook is a web-based interactive computing platform for data science. A notebook is a document made with cells of live code, text and visualizations for data exploration, collaboration and storytelling.
Thanks to Naas low-code formulas, notebooks become more readable, more accessible, and interconnected to support faster business decision-making.
Naas augments Jupyter Notebooks by adding micro-services accessible in low-code to easily access data, automation, and AI.
Naas is an open-source platform that allows data professionals (business analysts, scientists and engineers) to create data engines combining automation, analytics and AI from the comfort of their Jupyter notebooks.
The data engines unlock the ability to follow live metrics across business domains and generate micro-decisions recommendations for non-tech users.
The platform is based on 3 foundational elements: templates, drivers, features.
The templates enable the user to create “ready-to-use” automation and reports in minutes.
The low-code drivers act as lego blocks to facilitate interconnections between tools (databases, APIs, Machine Learning algorithms...).
The low-code features (scheduling, asset sharing, notifications...) enable the distribution of insights to end-users in multiple channels.
How does it work?
Start with templates
The easiest way to go is simply to find the right template for you.