Google Cloud Machine Learning (CML)

Google Cloud Machine Learning (CML) is an effort to simplify and reduce time and cost of building a data science tech infrastructure for data science projects. It can plug into Google's other storage, querying, and data-handling products to generate machine learning models. Among the data sources is Google Cloud Dataproc - a managed Hadoop and Spark platform that is now in general availability.

CML is based on the TensorFlow framework - used by Google to build machine intelligence capabilities into Google products like its speech-recognition API. Models built with TensorFlow outside of Google's services can be used with CML or on the Google cloud ecosystem for data ingestion, management, and training.

Incuded are pretrained APIs for translation, machine vision, and speech recognition (IBM has similar offerings with Watson on Bluemix).