Today I had the privilege to speak at the Microsoft India Azure Vidyapeeth webinar series – it was an introductory session on Azure Machine Learning – which is Microsoft’s cloud-first offering in the Machine Learning space.
Those who attended live, thank you for your interest; and those who wish to view the recording can do so at their own leisure by visiting the above link and registering for the ‘Introduction to Azure Machine Learning’ session. You will then receive and email with directions for downloading the slides and for viewing the webinar.
At this moment I also wanted to share some key links for those interested to get started with Azure ML:
- Azure ML Studio – here on the right side you can actually avail of the ‘free’ tier for Azure ML where you can explore all the features without having to purchase a full Azure subscription and neither do you need a credit card.
- The Azure ML team blog is an invaluable resource to stay abreast of what’s happening on the service front. They are constantly adding new features and fixes, and the blog is where key announcements are made.
- Once you get started and play around with Azure ML, you can visit the MSDN forum to get community support. Paid support is available as well.
- The Azure ML documentation is actually very useful and rich. I strongly recommend taking a look!
That’s it for now; in case you have any follow up questions to my presentation feel free to leave comments – I will take a look and get back!