Cohesity Opens Early Access for Cohesity Turing Integration with Amazon Bedrock

Cohesity, a leader in AI-powered data security and management, is previewing early access to Cohesity Turing, the company’s comprehensive, patent-pending collection of artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities and technologies that are integrated into its multi-cloud data platform and solutions.

Cohesity will expand its work with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to integrate Cohesity Turing with Amazon Bedrock, a fully managed service that makes foundation models from leading AI companies accessible via an API to build and scale generative AI applications, according to the company.

Customers will benefit directly from this integration by using the latest AI capabilities to drive more efficient operations, garner greater insight into security risks, and derive more value from their data.

Customers can sign up for the Cohesity Turing Early Access Program here. Cohesity will showcase the power of the integration between Cohesity Turing and Amazon Bedrock at AWS re:Invent 2023, November 27 – December 1, in Las Vegas. Cohesity expects the program to be generally available in approximately six months.

With Cohesity Turing’s integration with Amazon Bedrock, organizations will be able to access and utilize the latest AI capabilities to streamline and enhance data operations securely, while also deriving deep, informed insights from their data, according to the companies.

Capabilities will include:

  • Managing, securing, and analyzing data: With access to the Cohesity Data Cloud, users will be able to securely index their data and use Cohesity Turing’s AI capabilities for insightful analytics that uncover deep insights and offer informed answers to questions about business and application data.
  • Enriched data interaction and learning: Customers will be able to query their own data with intuitive, natural-language conversations and generate simplified, secure insights from their historical data.
  • Implementing Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG): Cohesity Turing and the Cohesity Data Cloud will leverage Amazon Bedrock to enhance customers’ data interpretation and will provide grounded responses to queries through RAG.

According to the company, Cohesity developed Cohesity Turing to address customers’ rapidly evolving needs for AI to unlock critical data insights. As new AI use cases emerge, Cohesity will continue to advance the portfolio of technologies powered by Cohesity Turing, while helping customers use AI responsibly and securely.

“For some time, enterprise IT priorities have focused on managing data proliferation, data security, and compliance. We now see a rapidly increasing demand for AI-powered data insights from customers. With our expanded relationship with AWS, we aim to unleash the power of enterprise AI while leading the industry in leveraging AI-powered data security and management to strengthen the cyber resilience of our customers,” said Sanjay Poonen, CEO, Cohesity. “By offering a seamless and secure integration with Amazon Bedrock, we will make it easier for businesses to truly harness the power of their data responsibly and securely.”

At AWS re:Invent 2023, Cohesity will also showcase new upcoming capabilities for protecting critical AWS workloads with Cohesity DataProtect delivered-as-a-service, including support for Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and enhanced support for Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS).

This expansion complements Cohesity’s data protection solution for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). With a single management plane for on-premises, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), and cloud-native workloads, Cohesity customers can streamline data security and management, and better protect themselves against cyber threats or outages.

In addition, Cohesity has joined forces with AWS and VMware to bolster data resilience for VMware Cloud on AWS with Cohesity DataProtect delivered-as-a-Service.

With seamless integration across cloud and on-premises environments, this relationship delivers a proven, integrated data protection solution for VMware Cloud on AWS, according to the companies.

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