Don't you think that the amount of Big Data technologies in Azure is very confusing? I've distilled some information from the official Microsoft Azure blog so it's easier to read.
In this edition, we will look at getting the database up on the Virtual Machine as a first step. Then, we will restore it using SSMS. I'm expecting that you will have done the pre-requisites that I laid out yesterday. You will also need to have connected to your database on the Azure Virtual Machine.… Continue reading SQL Server on Linux for the Business Intelligence Professional: Getting your Database on the VM
What's next for the Business Intelligence professional, as they learn about Linux? Here, we will connect SQL Server Management Studio to the Linux edition of SQL Server. I'm expecting you'll have completed the pre-requisites laid out previously. Connect SQL Server Management Studio to SQL Server Linux Add in an inbound security rule which allows remote… Continue reading SQL Server on Linux for the Business Intelligence Professional: Connecting to your database on Azure Virtual Machine
In this blog series, I'll talk about SQL Server on Linux for the Business Intelligence Professional. You'll need some prequisites, and this blog post edition is dedicated to helping you to get set up. It's assumed that you have set up a SQL Server on Linux Virtual Machine on Azure. To connect to it, you… Continue reading SQL Server on Linux for the Business Intelligence Professional: Prerequisites
I read the Microsoft blog entitled 'How to evaluate model performance in Azure Machine Learning'. It's a nice piece of work, and it got me thinking. I didn't see that the blog post contained anything about neural network evaluation, so this topic is covered here. How do you evaluate the performance of a Neural Network? This… Continue reading How do you evaluate the performance of a Neural Network? Focus on AzureML