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I am just getting started in the blog business and would love to hear your feedback in the comments section. Today, I will talk about different strategies and things to consider when getting started with your Azure Subscriptions.

I have interacted with many customers that are going through the early stages of onboarding workloads into Microsoft Azure, in most cases, once they have an Azure subscription ready, they do not know where to start. There are many design decisions that need to be made at the beginning of this journey that will have long lasting impact, some of those things simply cannot be changed down the road or may be changed with a tremendous amount of effort, therefore, it is important to take the time to design this properly from the get go. In this blog post, I will cover the most important considerations and will give examples of strategies that large customers are using.

There are mainly three aspects to consider here: Billing, Access Control and Subscription limits , each one of them will play a role in the decision-making process, but should not be the only single factor weighing in that decision. Customers should aim to have as fewer subscriptions as possible to keep it simple.

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Very nice video!
Here is my AzureML+Python review: I have created a model for Human Activity Recognition based on Logistic Regression, starting from an open dataset:  http://cloudacademy.com/blog/azure-machine-learning/ 

These videos are really useful, thanks! I'm interested in automating batch executions as well. Are you able to look at this using Azure Data Factory?

“Digital technology is impacting all aspects of our society and economies, creating unprecedented opportunity for organizations of all sizes,” said Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft. “I’m optimistic and inspired by the ingenuity of customers, partners and developers everywhere that are pushing the frontiers of what’s possible with mixed reality and artificial intelligence infused across Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365 and Azure, to transform and have impact in the world.”

Following 12 years of investment in its vision to create a scalable computer based on quantum physics, today Microsoft announced the creation of a new programming language optimized for exploiting scalable quantum computers and deep integration of the programming language into Visual Studio, providing developers with debugging and other support and state-of-the-art simulators that can run locally or on Microsoft Azure. The tools will be available for free by year’s end. Developers can join Microsoft’s quantum community today by signing up at www.microsoft.com/quantum .

Microsoft also announced the expansion of Microsoft 365 with two new solutions to empower firstline workers and education customers. The company also introduced new intelligent search capabilities, a vision for intelligent communications centering on Microsoft Teams, and security and IT management enhancements to help customers stay secure and compliant, including meeting the General Data Protection Regulation.

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I am just getting started in the blog business and would love to hear your feedback in the comments section. Today, I will talk about different strategies and things to consider when getting started with your Azure Subscriptions.

I have interacted with many customers that are going through the early stages of onboarding workloads into Microsoft Azure, in most cases, once they have an Azure subscription ready, they do not know where to start. There are many design decisions that need to be made at the beginning of this journey that will have long lasting impact, some of those things simply cannot be changed down the road or may be changed with a tremendous amount of effort, therefore, it is important to take the time to design this properly from the get go. In this blog post, I will cover the most important considerations and will give examples of strategies that large customers are using.

There are mainly three aspects to consider here: Billing, Access Control and Subscription limits , each one of them will play a role in the decision-making process, but should not be the only single factor weighing in that decision. Customers should aim to have as fewer subscriptions as possible to keep it simple.

Video is ready, Click Here to View ×

Now that our web service is live and deployed, let’s ask it a few questions and see what it thinks. Learn how to adapt Python code to post new datasets and receive a prediction.

At Data Science Dojo, we’re extremely passionate about data science. We’ve helped educate and train 2300+ employees from nearly 250 companies globally, including many leaders in tech like Microsoft, Apple, and Facebook.

Learn more about Data Science Dojo here:

Very nice video!
Here is my AzureML+Python review: I have created a model for Human Activity Recognition based on Logistic Regression, starting from an open dataset:  http://cloudacademy.com/blog/azure-machine-learning/ 

These videos are really useful, thanks! I'm interested in automating batch executions as well. Are you able to look at this using Azure Data Factory?

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I am just getting started in the blog business and would love to hear your feedback in the comments section. Today, I will talk about different strategies and things to consider when getting started with your Azure Subscriptions.

I have interacted with many customers that are going through the early stages of onboarding workloads into Microsoft Azure, in most cases, once they have an Azure subscription ready, they do not know where to start. There are many design decisions that need to be made at the beginning of this journey that will have long lasting impact, some of those things simply cannot be changed down the road or may be changed with a tremendous amount of effort, therefore, it is important to take the time to design this properly from the get go. In this blog post, I will cover the most important considerations and will give examples of strategies that large customers are using.

There are mainly three aspects to consider here: Billing, Access Control and Subscription limits , each one of them will play a role in the decision-making process, but should not be the only single factor weighing in that decision. Customers should aim to have as fewer subscriptions as possible to keep it simple.

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I am just getting started in the blog business and would love to hear your feedback in the comments section. Today, I will talk about different strategies and things to consider when getting started with your Azure Subscriptions.

I have interacted with many customers that are going through the early stages of onboarding workloads into Microsoft Azure, in most cases, once they have an Azure subscription ready, they do not know where to start. There are many design decisions that need to be made at the beginning of this journey that will have long lasting impact, some of those things simply cannot be changed down the road or may be changed with a tremendous amount of effort, therefore, it is important to take the time to design this properly from the get go. In this blog post, I will cover the most important considerations and will give examples of strategies that large customers are using.

There are mainly three aspects to consider here: Billing, Access Control and Subscription limits , each one of them will play a role in the decision-making process, but should not be the only single factor weighing in that decision. Customers should aim to have as fewer subscriptions as possible to keep it simple.

Video is ready, Click Here to View ×

Now that our web service is live and deployed, let’s ask it a few questions and see what it thinks. Learn how to adapt Python code to post new datasets and receive a prediction.

At Data Science Dojo, we’re extremely passionate about data science. We’ve helped educate and train 2300+ employees from nearly 250 companies globally, including many leaders in tech like Microsoft, Apple, and Facebook.

Learn more about Data Science Dojo here:

Very nice video!
Here is my AzureML+Python review: I have created a model for Human Activity Recognition based on Logistic Regression, starting from an open dataset:  http://cloudacademy.com/blog/azure-machine-learning/ 

These videos are really useful, thanks! I'm interested in automating batch executions as well. Are you able to look at this using Azure Data Factory?

“Digital technology is impacting all aspects of our society and economies, creating unprecedented opportunity for organizations of all sizes,” said Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft. “I’m optimistic and inspired by the ingenuity of customers, partners and developers everywhere that are pushing the frontiers of what’s possible with mixed reality and artificial intelligence infused across Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365 and Azure, to transform and have impact in the world.”

Following 12 years of investment in its vision to create a scalable computer based on quantum physics, today Microsoft announced the creation of a new programming language optimized for exploiting scalable quantum computers and deep integration of the programming language into Visual Studio, providing developers with debugging and other support and state-of-the-art simulators that can run locally or on Microsoft Azure. The tools will be available for free by year’s end. Developers can join Microsoft’s quantum community today by signing up at www.microsoft.com/quantum .

Microsoft also announced the expansion of Microsoft 365 with two new solutions to empower firstline workers and education customers. The company also introduced new intelligent search capabilities, a vision for intelligent communications centering on Microsoft Teams, and security and IT management enhancements to help customers stay secure and compliant, including meeting the General Data Protection Regulation.

For this simple example, we are going to assume a fresh project. In Visual Studio, create a new project, and for the type, select 'New NodeJS project for Azure'.

Before we even get started, here’s a small gotcha … due to the wonderful new install workflow in Visual Studio 2017 (and it is, I mean that!), it may be the case if you selected a basic minimum installation that NodeJS was not installed. If that’s the case it will be missing in your project templates – note in the screenshot below there is no mention of NODE-JS anywhere to be found.

To get the base requirements installed, you need to run the Visual Studio installer, and select the NodeJS tooling from that and install. Depending on your choice of components to install, it would take a while, so go enjoy a nice cup of tea 😊

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