Creating an Internet Of Things (IoT) Edge Deployment
The Internet-Of-Things (IoT) is currently in full roll-out around the world and will only grow with the deployment of 5G, enabling new use cases and collecting more data than ever seen before. An important aspect of this is not only managing the data that you collect, but also correctly filtering and reducing the latency that you experience on-premise. It is not accepted that it takes 10 seconds round-trip from a container ship in the middle of the atlantic ocean, if you need a response for every image of a camera feed at 24fps.
Big Data Platform Comparisons
Choosing a platform for doing your Big Data processing tasks is not an easy choice. At one side you want to be flexible and open, but at another you would like a stable and robust platform that can handle your critical business workloads.
Automatically create an AI model for your dataset using Azure AutoML
An annoying part in working with classification, regression or other AI algorithms is that you always need to write a lot of code, prepare your data and do other steps before you are able to get results out of it.
Sampling a real-time stream
A common problem when working with real-time streams is that you are unaware of the data going in there due to the vast amount of systems connected to it and producing data. Therefor it is interesting to be able to "sample" a stream, where you will connect to the stream with your credentials, wait till an event comes in and then end the connection.
Creating an Azure Data Lake Gen 2 File Browser for the Web
While working with Azure Data Lake Gen 2 (ADLS Gen 2), I saw that one common ask from the people around me is to be able to interact with it through a web portal. As Microsoft we offer customers the chance already to utilize a tool called "Azure Storage Explorer" but this is a tool that is only available for on-premise systems. What I want to show here is how to create a web portal that can be used for the following use cases:
Quantum Computing - A Linear Algebra Refresher
Quantum requires a lot of Linear Algebra, so much even that it's very interesting to have a quick reminder about it. In here I will explain the basics of Linear Algebra that are needed to work with Quantum Computing.
Creating a Big Data cluster with SQL Server 2019
SQL Server 2019 came out in preview a while ago, and the new features announced are just wonderful! A one-to-go-tool for all your big data needs: Unstructured and Structured data that can be processed using just one tool!
Using secrets to hide passwords and other confidential information in Databricks
A common something that you want to do in Databricks is hide your passwords and other confidential information in it, because else it will all be visible within your notebooks and logs.