From Data to AI webinar series

Get Your Data Ready For AI AI is useless without well-organized data, that is what Data Governance is about. Did you know? Most data scientists spend only 20 percent of their time on actual data analysis and 80 percent of their time finding, cleaning, and reorganizing huge amounts of data, which is an inefficient data…

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Microsoft AI resources

Founded this great list of Microsoft AI resources in the Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI) course on edx.org. Cognitive Services For an overview of the Cognitive Services APIs, take a look at Getting Started with Microsoft Cognitive Services on Channel 9. Then you can dive into the documentation for individual Cognitive Services APIs, which often…


Replace your SAP BW by leveraging Simplement and the Microsoft Azure Data Stack

Hi everyone! Let me introduce myself. My name is Alp Kaya. I work for Microsoft as a Data & AI technical presales in Ontario. This is my first post of many to come… enjoy! If you’d like to discuss the article or any Azure Data related services please reach out: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kayaalp/ Objective of the Article?…


Missed Microsoft’s free workshops – “From RDBMS to NoSQL: A look at MySQL, PostgreSQL and Cosmos DB on Azure”?

The week of Jan 22nd, we hosted a workshop tour in five cities across Canada focused on database options on Azure, not including SQL. As you may notice from the event title, the workshop dug into providing an overview of use cases and scenarios, along with hands-on experience of working with the community editions of…


Microsoft BOT and AI URL Whitelists

    When working with the Microsoft BOT Framework and different types of artificial intelligence algorithms, customers typically want to understand what they may need to whitelist in terms of URL access. The following table is a list that I have compiled for my customers:   Resource URL to whitelist Azure Portal portal.azure.com LUIS *.api.cognitive.microsoft.com…

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Call out to Distributed Always On Availability Groups

  We have all been introduced and hopefully implemented Always On Availability Groups, a feature that has been around since SQL Server 2012. Since then, this feature has evolved greatly by increasing the number of nodes, failover nodes and more importantly seeding and recovery performance. In SQL 2016, there was a neat addition that may…

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