Union: Now available on AWS Marketplace!
We’re excited to open the Union platform to AWS developers as it is now available in the AWS Marketplace. This milestone for our company will help even more organizations accelerate and operationalize AI engineering and machine learning.
Union distinguishes itself in the landscape of AI engineering and ML operations, serving as a platform that connects these two domains. It offers solutions targeting the essential difficulties in AI application development and infrastructure management.
Union provides a centralized platform that lets data scientists and ML engineers write AI-powered applications natively in Python, leverage common libraries like PyTorch and Tensorflow, perform distributed model training, and query AWS Athena services or even train models on AWS Sagemaker. Once code is written and tested locally, engineers can deploy and scale remotely in a Kubernetes cluster managed by Union within the customer's AWS cloud account.
Do your training jobs require specific GPU instances on AWS? Union makes creating them as simple as declaring the resource needed for a given task, then letting the platform optimize resources for scheduling, parallelization, caching and checkpointing. Use Union to bring ML models to production with comprehensive data lineage, monitoring and logging — letting you reproduce and audit workflows.
Why Choose Union on AWS Marketplace?
Purchasing Union through AWS Marketplace provides several advantages:
- Simplified procurement: Streamline the process of acquiring Union with simplified invoicing and payment methods.
- EDP benefits: If you have an Enterprise Discount Program (EDP) with AWS, your Union purchase may count towards your EDP commitment.
- Seamless integration with existing agreements: For those who have already purchased products on AWS Marketplace, using the same AWS Marketplace Enterprise Agreements can minimize legal review and streamline integration.
For more information, find us on the AWS Marketplace and reach out with any questions.
We can’t wait to see what you build with Union on AWS.