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Google to shore up Vertex AI’s enterprise credentials with addition of Mistral Small, Large and Codestral models

Google is adding more third-party models to its AI platform to give enterprise customers more freedom when building apps. Days after integrating Anthropic’s Claude 3.5 Sonnet to Vertex AI, Google revealed that it will be adding support for Mistral Small, Mistral Large, and Mistral Codestral this July. Developers will be able to access them through the Vertex AI Model Garden.

To enhance its standing among organizations, Google wants to ensure that its Vertex platform has the best tools and models needed. The company recognizes that its Gemini models won’t be everyone’s first choice, so it’s supporting more popular LLMs, including Anthropic’s Claude 3.5 Sonnet, which was recently released and is said to outperform all competitors, including Google. Including Mistral’s popular models will offer another option for Vertex AI customers. This summer, they can choose from the AI provider’s small language model, large language model or even its code-generating LLM.

This isn’t the first tie-up between Google and Mistral. In 2023, the two formed a partnership in which Mistral-7B became natively integrated into Vertex AI Notebooks, development environments used by data scientists and machine learning engineers to tackle workflows within Google’s platform. However, unlike then, this time, Mistral Small, Large and Codestral will be available outside of Notebooks and for all developers to access quickly.

This is a good win for Mistral, following its massive $640 million fundraiser earlier this month and reinforces its position as a vendor-trusted player in the AI category.

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Google is adding more third-party models to its AI platform to give enterprise customers more freedom when building apps. Days after integrating Anthropic’s Claude 3.5 Sonnet to Vertex AI, Google revealed that it will be adding support for Mistral Small, Mistral Large, and Mistral Codestral this July. Developers will be able to access them through the Vertex AI Model Garden.

To enhance its standing among organizations, Google wants to ensure that its Vertex platform has the best tools and models needed. The company recognizes that its Gemini models won’t be everyone’s first choice, so it’s supporting more popular LLMs, including Anthropic’s Claude 3.5 Sonnet, which was recently released and is said to outperform all competitors, including Google. Including Mistral’s popular models will offer another option for Vertex AI customers. This summer, they can choose from the AI provider’s small language model, large language model or even its code-generating LLM.

This isn’t the first tie-up between Google and Mistral. In 2023, the two formed a partnership in which Mistral-7B became natively integrated into Vertex AI Notebooks, development environments used by data scientists and machine learning engineers to tackle workflows within Google’s platform. However, unlike then, this time, Mistral Small, Large and Codestral will be available outside of Notebooks and for all developers to access quickly.

This is a good win for Mistral, following its massive $640 million fundraiser earlier this month and reinforces its position as a vendor-trusted player in the AI category.





Author: Ken Yeung
Source: Venturebeat
Reviewed By: Editorial Team
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