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Microsoft and NVIDIA bring GPU-accelerated machine learning to more developers

With ever-increasing data volume and latency requirements, GPUs have become an indispensable tool for doing machine learning (ML) at scale. This week, we are excited to announce two integrations that Microsoft and NVIDIA have built together to unlock industry-leading GPU ... continue reading
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Azure Machine Learning service now supports NVIDIA’s RAPIDS

Azure Machine Learning service is the first major cloud ML service to support NVIDIA’s RAPIDS, a suite of software libraries for accelerating traditional machine learning pipelines with NVIDIA GPUs. Just as GPUs revolutionized deep learning through unprecedented training and inferencing ... continue reading

Join Microsoft at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference

The world of computing goes deep and wide on working on issues related to our environment, economy, energy, and public health systems. These needs require modern, advanced solutions that were traditionally limited to a few organizations, are hard to scale, ... continue reading
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Build your own deep learning models on Azure Data Science Virtual Machines

As a modern developer, you may be eager to build your own deep learning models but aren’t quite sure where to start. If this is you, I recommend you take a look at the deep learning course from fast.ai. This ... continue reading
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Fine-tune natural language processing models using Azure Machine Learning service

This blog post was co-authored by Li Li, Software Engineer II and Todd Hendry, Principal Software Engineer, Microsoft AI Platform. In the natural language processing (NLP) domain, pre-trained language representations have traditionally been a key topic for a few important ... continue reading
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Getting started with the Azure Pricing Calculator

Most infrastructure architects can clearly detail their on-premises capability or requirements, often accompanied by a Visio diagram. Defining a Cloud version of that same capability can be a little trickier. With services in the Cloud charging on a "Pay as ... continue reading
Datacenter migration updates from Ignite 2018

Datacenter migration updates from Ignite 2018

Microsoft Ignite 2018 took place in Orlando, Florida few weeks ago. It is an annual Microsoft conference for ITPros with more then 700+ sessions and 100+ announcements. Let's review what announcements are relevant if you are migrating from your datacenter ... continue reading

Breaking Into Windows Server 2019: Network Features: Propelling Broadcast Video with DPDK on Windows

Hello to all of our outstanding readers! Brandon Wilson here once again to give you, yep you got it, yet another pointer to some more new network feature information from the Windows Core Networking team on the Top 10 networking ... continue reading
Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019: #2 Propelling broadcast video with DPDK on Windows

Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019: #2 Propelling broadcast video with DPDK on Windows

Share On: Twitter This blog is part of a series for the Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019! -- Click HERE to see the other blogs in this series. Don't forget to tune in next week for the ... continue reading

Cryptojacking – Leeches of the Internet

Hello, this is Paul Bergson again with another topic on security. The threat of malware continues to impact business with no relief in sight. The latest topic brought back childhood memories of how the “Leeches” of the internet prey upon ... continue reading