During Microsoft’s virtual event Data Amp today, the company has announced plans to deliver a community technical preview for its SQL Server 2017 product on April 19.
The following additional announcements have also been delivered…
- R Server 9.1: In addition to several advanced machine learning algorithms form Microsoft, the new release introduces pre-trained neural network models for sentiment analysis and image featurization, supports SparklyR, SparkETL and SparkSQL, and GPU support for neural networks.
- Cognitive Services: Face API, Computer Vision API and Content Moderator are now Generally Available in the Azure Portal.
- Azure Analysis Services GA: Azure Analysis Services will move to GA on April 19. As a reminder, Azure Analysis Services delivers enterprise-grade BI semantic modeling capabilities with the scale, flexibility and management benefits of the cloud. Azure Analysis Services helps customers transform complex data into actionable insights
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