Azure Machine Learning [ML] is a great tool for providing deep analytical data analysis and can provide a great learning environment to those people who are just getting started with learning machine learning concepts as well as those who want to deploy complex models. This session show how Azure ML can assist in picking the best algorithm in with AutoML as well has how Azure ML can deploy models created from any source and then monitor the ongoing performance of the model over time.
Ginger Grant is a Data Platform MVP who provides consulting services in advanced analytic solutions, including machine learning, data warehousing, and Power BI. She is an author of articles, books, and at DesertIsleSQL.com and uses her MCT to provide data platform training in topics such as Python, R and Azure Machine Learning.
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