JetBrains Announces Datalore Enterprise, Enabling Data Science Teams to Collaborate On-Prem
PRAGUE, June 30, 2021 — JetBrains, a company that created an extended family of integrated development environments (IDE) for various programming languages, has announced the launch of Datalore for Enterprise, a collaborative team environment that empowers data scientists to work together in Jupyter Notebooks on-premises.
Previously data scientists could only use Datalore in the cloud and only as individuals. 3 years on the market helped JetBrains expand Datalore’s functionality and launch the new on-premises version designed for making data science teams more productive.
To help data scientists optimize their daily work, Datalore:
- Provides a convenient way to dynamically manage Python environments
- Helps easily connect and explore data, produce interactive and even automatic visualizations
- Introduces smart code autocompletion, in-app documentation and quick-fixes from PyCharm IDE to Jupyter notebooks
- Lets data scientists and analysts run computations on powerful CPUs and GPUs
- Enables real-time editing of notebooks and workspaces and helps to seamlessly share results via a link
Apart from all the features available in the cloud, Datalore for Enterprise lets teams connect their own hardware, configure custom team environments, authenticate users and manage team resources.
“Over the past years, we received lots of in-bound requests for an on-premises solution and team plans as well. Previously you could have run open source solutions on your own infrastructure, but their installation and customization took significant efforts and time. Datalore for Enterprise makes this process effective and introduces a smart team ecosystem for real-time collaboration, and we’re proud to announce its launch”, says Alena Guzharina, Product Marketing Manager at Datalore.
Datalore for Enterprise is an enterprise-ready solution — companies can run it on their own infrastructure, installing it to Kubernetes cluster or inside their private AWS cloud. Companies, willing to test the tool before switching over to it completely, can get one month of free trial and a dedicated support team to answer all their questions.
JetBrains continues to work on bringing new features and functionality to Datalore — in the near future the team will allow data scientists to connect databases using a native interface and transform notebooks into interactive reports. In addition, if companies feel the need for a specific feature not available yet, JetBrains is ready to discuss this and even organize its demo.
JetBrains creates intelligent tools for software developers that are used by over 10 million professionals. It’s the company behind Kotlin, a modern programming language that became the officially preferred way of Android development by Google. 99 out of Fortune 100 companies are its customers. JetBrains has 30 products for most programming languages and technologies available, as well as team tools, including Space, an all-in-one team collaboration environment. The company is headquartered in Prague and has offices throughout the world including the one in Amsterdam. For more information, please visit https://www.jetbrains.com/