The cloud allows development and test teams to be very agile, as they can spin the resources they need in a matter of minutes, whether for quick prototyping, learning, or scalability tests. That can come with headaches if costs are left to spiral out of control. We will investigate what reactive and proactive controls can […]
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I often get asked which Big Data computing environment should be chosen on Azure. The answer is heavily dependent on the workload, the legacy system (if any), and the skill set of the development and operation teams. Here is a (necessarily heavily simplified) overview of the main options and decision criteria I usually apply. Hadoop […]
As a Cloud & AI Architect at Microsoft, my customers often identify field service as one of the first application areas for introducing Artificial Intelligence in their businesses. Especially with remote equipment, many companies are frustrated with the impact of downtime due to recurring causes that can be resolved quickly, but require a field service […]