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Zoom Builds Enterprise AI Applications In The AI Data Cloud

Learn how Zoom built an internal enterprise AI tool that enables sales and marketing teams to directly ask questions to data through natural language. The security and governance of the AI Data Cloud enabled data scientists to confidently leverage its Cortex AI and Streamlit features to build the enterprise AI app.

The Award Winning Formula: How Cloudera Empowered OCBC With Trusted Data To Unlock Business Value from AI

Recently, Cloudera, alongside OCBC, were named winners in the“Best Big Data and Analytics Infrastructure Implementation” category at The Asian Banker’s Financial Technology Innovation Awards 2024. This recognition underscores the importance of trusted data when building AI and generative AI (GenAI) models and serves as a testament to the impact that reliable data can have in real world use cases. Spain's Leading Platform for Extra-Curricular Activities Deploys 10x Faster with Koyeb is an all-in-one booking platform for kids' activities in Spain. Offering more than 2,000 classes, camps, and events to over 17,000 monthly visitors, is on a mission to help parents navigate the complex world of extra-curricular activities and to help activity organizers manage and grow their businesses. For businesses, streamlines bookings, payments, and client management. This year, plans to serve over 15,000 businesses and 50,000 families.

How Tuist migrated from GitHub Actions to Codemagic for faster and more reliable CI

Headline: The transition to Codemagic made our CI builds faster and more reliable and positively impacted the experience of contributors contributing to our open-source project, Tuist. Thanks to Codemagic’s support, we can bring new free goods to the Swift community and the ecosystem of app developers.

NatWest automates to keep ahead of the digital challenge.

The NatWest team found opportunities to automate 46% of data in their governance processes. Using Appian’s data fabric, NatWest created a unified data model that integrated 14 disjointed processes, aligning with the company’s "One Bank" vision. This consistent architecture enables employees to enter data once and reuse it throughout the change cycle, enhancing risk control with higher levels of automation.