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DataScience.com Partners with GitHub to Promote Version Control Best Practices for Enterprise Data Science Teams Looking to Scale

 
03.06.18

DataScience.com has partnered with GitHub, the world’s leading software development platform, to promote best practices that improve the sustainability and success of data science projects at scale.

Los Angeles, CA, March 6, 2018 — Enterprise data science platform provider DataScience.com has partnered with GitHub, the world’s leading software development platform, to promote best practices that make data science teams more productive, their work reproducible, and their organizations’ larger data science strategies more sustainable.

DataScience.com’s platform for enterprise data science teams integrates with both GitHub.com and the company’s on-premises offering, GitHub Enterprise. Users can automatically sync changes back to their repository from Jupyter, RStudio, or Zeppelin sessions in the platform, meaning data science projects are always up to date. Every process in the DataScience.com Platform, from working in notebooks to deploying models as APIs, relies on the code users select from a git repository.

“Since the beginning, we’ve known that version control is an essential part of doing data science at scale. That’s why we’ve made GitHub integral to the way the DataScience.com Platform operates,” said DataScience.com Chief Strategy Officer William Merchan. “We’re excited to expand our relationship with GitHub to jointly promote best practices, like regularly committing code to a repository, that result in more successful and scalable data science.”

For more information, visit datascience.com

About DataScience.com: DataScience.com provides an enterprise data science platform that combines the tools, libraries, and languages data scientists love with the infrastructure and workflows their organizations need. The DataScience.com Platform maximizes the way data scientists like to work, so they can solve the right problems, create better analyses, amplify their results, and put more work into production — all from one place.

 

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Whether you work for a small startup, a university, or a Fortune 500 company, GitHub enables powerful, collaborative workflows. You can use GitHub.com in the cloud or GitHub Enterprise on your server, then integrate your favorite apps and services to customize how you build software.