Category Archives : Analytics

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May

Azure Data Lake, and The Multi-Clustered Shared Storage Architecture

Source: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/azuredatalake/2017/05/23/azure-data-lake-and-the-multi-clustered-shared-storage-architecture/   Authors: Sean Mikha and Stephen Wu Hadoop has always been about bringing the compute closer to where the data is stored. This is achieved by utilizing local disk and attached storage. However, as Hadoop workloads move to READ MORE

18

May

Azure HDInsight: How to run Presto in one simple step and query across data sources such as Cosmos DB, SQL DB & Hive

Source: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/azuredatalake/2017/05/18/azure-hdinsight-how-to-run-presto-in-one-simple-step/   I have seen in past few months many inquiries on how to run Presto in HDInsight. In this post we have provided an easy way for you to install Presto in HDInsight as well as configure various READ MORE

17

May

Webinar with Datameer: Modern Data Preparation, Analytics and Insights – Key ingredients for an ML- and AI-ready organization

Source: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/azuredatalake/2017/05/17/webinar-with-datameer-modern-data-preparation-analytics-and-insights-key-ingredients-for-an-ml-and-ai-ready-organization/   “Excited about using Big Data to build intelligent applications, but unsure of how to proceed?” Join me for a webinar with Andrew Brust (Senior Director at Datameer and a Microsoft Data Platform MVP) who specializes in this READ MORE

13

May

Allowing multiple users to access R Server on HDInsight
Allowing multiple users to access R Server on HDInsight

Source: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/azuredatalake/2017/05/13/allowing-multiple-users-to-access-r-server-on-hdinsight/   Recently there are a few customers asking me how to enable multiple users to access R Server on HDInsight CONCURRENTLY, so I think blogging all the ways might be a good idea. The basic idea here is READ MORE

11

May

Azure Data Lake Tools for Visual Studio Code (VSCode) General Availability

Source: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/azuredatalake/2017/05/12/ga-azure-data-lake-tools-for-visual-studio-code-vscode/   Azure Data Lake Tools for Visual Studio Code (VSCode) gives developers a light but powerful code editor for developing big data queries. Able to run on Windows, Linux, or MacOS, ADL Tools for VSCode supports integrated authoring READ MORE

22

Feb

How likely would you attend the following session if it would be available for presentation at an event near you or online? That’s right, I am trying to see how interested you would be attending. Please comment! Self-Service BI – READ MORE