Apica Announces Generative AI Assistant for Ascent Platform
October 04, 2023
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Apica announced the general availability of its Generative AI Assistant for the Apica Ascent Platform.

The first functionality introduced since Apica acquired Logiq.ai in August, Apica delivers advanced artificial intelligence capabilities to streamline and enhance data management worldwide.

The Apica Ascent platform gives users limitless storage, unified data pipeline control, and comprehensive insights at the lowest cost on the market. With the introduction of the Generative AI Assistant, Apica takes a significant step forward in simplifying and automating data management, enabling faster and more efficient delivery of high-quality contextualized data.

Ranjan Parthasarathy, Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) at Apica, said: “This marks a significant milestone in our mission to simplify data operations and give our customers much-needed relief over data growth, sprawl, complexity, and various challenges. By harnessing the power of artificial intelligence, we empower organizations to take full advantage of their data and get the most out of the applications they most care about.”

Strategically designed to reduce the friction common in the last mile of data analysis, the Generative AI Assistant provides context to analyzed data.

Apica’s new Generative AI capabilities help customers utilize time more efficiently by enriching data context and filling knowledge gaps. Additionally, customers now have the ability to bring their own modeling data to tune derivative output to meet their business objectives. The Generative AI Assistant will increase productivity and reduce toil by providing faster insights with more contextually relevant data. Thanks to its flexibility, the tool can be used for a broad set of data types and formats, giving context to data such as security and system events or OpenTelemetry data. This unique level of flexibility can be applied to both SaaS and on-premises deployments, ensuring Apica customers have access to the tools required to take full advantage of AI in their telemetry data streams. Apica’s data fabric architecture integrates many data sources and provides the necessary context. Now, with AI’s power, Apica adds context to all ingested data.

Apica is committed to providing users with amplified, rapid insights into their mission-critical data. The Generative AI Assistant integrates with the two leading vendors in the AI space, OpenAI ChatGpt and Azure OpenAI. Users can use popular models such as GPT-4 and GPT-3.5 Turbo or custom models on proprietary datasets.

The solution is available now globally.

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