No vendor lock-in
DataRobot supports multi-cloud strategies that spread data across several cloud platforms, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. Just because your data happens to reside there doesn’t mean you also need to use that same vendor for machine learning.
DataRobot supports file system encryption and employs all of the latest security protocols, including LDAP and SSO/SAML 2.0 for user authentication to prevent unauthorized access to proprietary data. TLS 1.2 is used extensively to protect the confidentiality of the authentication process as well as all data in-flight.
Scalable infrastructure costs
For many organizations, DataRobot requires a burst of computing power for only a brief time while models are being built. Moving DataRobot to the cloud allows you to pay for infrastructure on an as-needed basis so you can effectively scale your compute resources depending on usage.
Manage AI, not infrastructure
Operating data centers is not a core competency for many enterprises. DataRobot allows you to virtualize hardware for storage and compute, and offload ongoing maintenance to experts. This allows you to focus on putting AI and machine learning to work to drive measurable value to the bottom line.