Introducing Deepgram's Self-Serve On-Premise Solution: A Guide to API Keys and Credentials
Deepgram provides an industry-leading Speech-to-Text (STT) service that gives you the flexibility to manage your On-Prem workloads with the advantage of low latency, enhanced data security and offline availability. But we believe in giving you even more power and control over your On-Prem deployments.
With our new self-serve feature, you now have the ability to manage your API keys and distribution credentials independently, without going through a Deepgram representative. This autonomy paves the way for more streamlined project management, saving you valuable time and enhancing your workflow.
This blog post introduces the self-serve feature and links to a hands-on tutorial to guide you through the steps to create and manage your own API keys and credentials to access our repository on Quay.
Deepgram’s self-serve on-premise solution is available through both the Console UI and the Deepgram API. For additional details on how to create your own on-prem API keys and distribution credentials within Console, you can read the hands-on tutorial guide that walks through the steps to easily deploy Deepgram on-prem with the new self-serve feature.
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