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Dinesh Asanka
Comparing models with the inclusion of Cross Validation in AML.

Cross Validation in Azure Machine Learning

January 4, 2021 by

Introduction

After discussing a few algorithms and techniques and comparison of models with Azure Machine learning, let us discuss a validation technique, which is Cross-Validation in Azure Machine Learning in this article. During this series of articles, we have learned the basic cleaning techniques, feature selection techniques and Principal component analysis etc. After discussing Regression analysis, Classification analysis and comparing models, let us focus now on performing Cross-Validation in Azure Machine Learning in order to evaluate models.

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Aveek Das
Creating the Azure Function App

Logging messages from Azure Functions to Azure SQL Database

December 25, 2020 by

In this article, I am going to explain how to create a serverless application using Azure Functions and use Azure SQL Database to log messages generated by the function. In this world of cloud-based applications, it is very important that you are aware of how to create and design serverless applications. An important aspect while designing any application is to generate log messages at every key step or operation that is being performed. This helps us to understand the workflow whenever there are some issues and need debugging at some later point in time.

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Prashanth Jayaram
Find the version table to analyze the workflow

Different ways to login to Azure automation using PowerShell

December 22, 2020 by

PowerShell becomes a de facto toolset in the arsenal of Azure automation. PowerShell provides a platform and a friendly way of automating many repeated tasks, which in turn minimize the time-and-cost. PowerShell always comes to the rescue when there is a need for automation, and it is no different for Azure. If you are already familiar with PowerShell cmdlets, then it will be easy to be acquainted with Azure PowerShell modules. For Azure automation, Microsoft provided a set of Azure PowerShell Modules that can be leverage to manage the Azure Cloud platform.

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Prashanth Jayaram
Create Azure SQL Database using Azure portal to restore the geo backup

Quick start guide to Geo-restore in Azure SQL Database

November 24, 2020 by

Azure SQL Database—a cloud-based service model provides a platform to back up the data and ensure to keep the business up-and-running even after the disaster. The data is vital and backup of the data revolves around the process of backup, restoration, recovery, Business-Continuity-Plans (BCP), and disaster recovery (DR). In this article, we will learn:

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Dinesh Asanka
Multiclass classificaiton for comparison in Azure Machine Learning.

Comparing models in Azure Machine Learning

November 23, 2020 by

Introduction

After discussing a few algorithms and techniques with Azure Machine Learning let us discuss techniques of comparison in Azure Machine Learning in this article. During this series of articles, we have discussed the basic cleaning techniques, feature selection techniques and Principal component analysis, etc. After discussing Regression and Classification analysis let us focus more on performing comparison in Azure Machine Learning.

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Frank Solomon
Start the Google Cloud resource creation process.

Build a Google BigQuery Resource

November 12, 2020 by

Introduction

We can rely on Azure SQL to build reliable, high-quality relational database solutions. In the cloud, Google offers BigQuery as a big data product that has large data capacities, and a standard SQL syntax. Although it can handle data manipulation, it works better as a data warehouse product because of certain product limitations. If we can integrate these products, they become even more useful. This two-part article will show how to link these products together. Part one here will show how to build a BigQuery resource, and then build a Google OAuth refresh token, or security key. Part two will show how to set up an Azure SQL data resource, and build, configure, and test the Azure Data Factory that will link those resources.

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