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Roadmap

Where we come from, and were we are going.

Overview

Strategy

Phase 1: MVP launch

Objective: Validate the market need for low-code data science templates.
Highlights:
  • Feb 2020: R&D of Naas low-code microservices deployed on AWS
  • Nov 2020: Soft launch on Product Hunt
  • Dev 2020 - Feb 2021: Bootstrapping product dev and community building.
Metrics:
😇 2.5 people full-time
🔂 6 low-code features
🏎 35 low-code drivers
💚 +50 contributors
👨‍💻 +1500 free accounts
🌎 +70 countries
😎 +200 templates
🚀 +300 people on Slack
💰 +400 business leads identified
⭐️ +1200 stars on Github
⚡️ +3700 commits on Github
🤖 +10k jobs created
🗓 +500k events managed
💬 +1m views on social medias

Phase 2: focus on Templates

Objective: Building the biggest business-ready library of low-code data science templates.
Highlights:
  • Feb 2022: Meeting at Netflix about the need for more Data Science templates, and the importance of creating a standard framework and abstraction with low-code.
  • Mar 2022: Launch of the "Naas Templates Tournament" to create 1000 templates.
__ COMING SOON __
Tournament content:
Create 1000 templates inspired by
  • Zapier's most popular workflows
  • A curated list of more than 100 private business metrics
  • A community-based project aggregating the most comprehensive list of the world public metrics to create a global indicator (the WHI: World Health Indicator)
Domains:
  • Creators
  • Marketing
  • Sales
  • Product
  • Finance
  • Investors
  • Open Data
List of Templates to be developed

Phase 3: focus on AI experience for decision making.

Objective: Create a seamless decision-making experience between humans and machines.
  • No-code interface
  • Search for metrics (text, voice)
  • Arbitrage between human and machine-powered decisions.
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Community edition

Check out our Roadmap on GitHub. Filter by topic or domain to find the Template you need.
If the template is not here, simply create an issue on Github, we will come back to you.

How to contribute?

Enterprise edition

The Naas edition focused on companies specific needs.