AWS re:Invent 2019 starts today. It is a large learning conference dedicated to Amazon Web Services and Cloud Computing. Parts of the event will be livestreamed, so you can watch from anywhere. Based upon the announcements last week, there will probably be a lot of focus around machine learning and deep learning.
I have been recording these quick 60 second videos, so I thought I would share on the blog. https://youtu.be/Tk6QL9pucFk
A new online conference focused on cloud data technologies is coming fall 2019. The focus of the event is data in the cloud (migrating, storing and machine learning)
Here is the weekly news around the Microsoft cloud data science products. AI Platform for Windows Developers - With the update, developers can use the AI platform across the Windows device family, including IoT edge devices, HoloLens, 2-in-1s and desktop PCs, workstations, servers and in data centers. “We’re excited to work with Microsoft on Windows … Continue reading Microsoft Weekly Data Science News for March 09, 2018
The following video goes well with the previous post about Open Source Alternatives to AWS. It says a lot for the quality of OpenStack, since one the world's most secretive organizations trusts it. OpenStack might be a good option for data teams needing to quickly build and deploy data products. Note: This post has nothing … Continue reading Openstack at NSA
New Street Communications is looking for authors. According to the call for proposals: ...especially interested to hear from professionals in the fields of IT, Data Science, Big Data and Cloud Computing. If you have ever thought about writing a data science book, now might be a good time.
A nice, short, 2 minute video from edCetra Training with some good facts about big data and data analysis. The digital universe is 10 times the size it was in 2006 Greater literacy and cloud computing are helping fuel big data 80% of companies data is unstructured - difficult to analyze Employees spend 2 hours per … Continue reading Informative Big Data Video