Azure Vector Databases with Azure OpenAI

English Advanced DATA & AI

Join us for an illuminating discussion on Azure Vector Databases, where we delve into the realm of vector embeddings and their pivotal role in modern data science and machine learning workflows. This talk offers a comprehensive comparative analysis of various vector databases available on Azure, shedding light on their distinct features, performance benchmarks, and suitability for diverse use cases. From Azure Cosmos DB to Azure SQL Database with Hyperscale and Azure Data Explorer, we navigate through the landscape of Azure's vector database offerings, uncovering their strengths, limitations, and optimal applications. Through practical examples and case studies, attendees will gain insights into how these databases handle vector data, facilitate efficient querying, and support advanced analytics tasks. Furthermore, we explore the concept of vector embeddings – a powerful technique for representing data points in a continuous, high-dimensional space. Delving into real-world scenarios, we demonstrate how vector embeddings enable tasks such as similarity search, recommendation systems, and natural language processing, and discuss best practices for leveraging them effectively within Azure's ecosystem. Whether you're a data scientist, a machine learning engineer, or a database administrator, this talk equips you with valuable knowledge to make informed decisions when choosing and utilizing vector databases on Azure, and harnessing the transformative potential of vector embeddings in your projects. Join us to embark on a journey through the cutting-edge intersection of databases, vectors, and AI.


Patricia Rodríguez Vaquero

Data Engineer - MyCloudDoor

Patricia Rodríguez Vaquero holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management, specializing in Data Analytics, and a master’s degree in Data Science, with a strong focus on the field of Business Analytics. Committed to continuous learning, she aspires to contribute to the realm of Data-Driven Decision Making (DDDM). Her expertise lies in data engineering and analysis, where she oversees the transformation of datasets into pivotal information for innovation and strategic decision-making in today's dynamic business environment. She is driven by the need for a comprehensive business vision, essential to navigating the constant opportunities presented by the era of Digital Transformation.

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