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As an IT professional, we rely on experience, knowledge and reference to solve day-to-day infrastructure issues and tasks. Over time, a build up of experience or history enables IT professionals to become more predictive as to when problems will arise. In this profession, being proactive saves administrators stress in future. When dealing with a reactive situation, the situation is memorized and it’s symptoms are called upon to diagnose future problems. Imagine this scenario enabled through Azure allowing the cloud to foresee the problems ahead.
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Azure Machine Learning or Azure ML is utilized to create applications with the ability to use predictive analytics of previous data to report on future errors system wide before they occur. This enables IT professionals to be more proactive in addressing said issues and the ability to provide guidance to business decision makers as to future projects that will further enable the supported organization. While data analytics is not a new tactic, enabling said task via the cloud provides quicker response times and human error free deduction of problematic situations.
Azure ML is empowered by analytic tools, powerful algorithms already developed for offerings like Bing and Xbox and of course the cloud to provide proactive reports to both IT professionals and business decision makers alike. This allows businesses to reduce high costs around acquisition of data analysis resources and provide a quicker response to avert problems. This can be achieved by enabling one of three possible utilization scenarios:
Azure ML brings ubiquitous computing and ambient intelligence to reality through applications easily created and implemented. Microsoft is providing a preview to Azure ML for internal testing shortly. Early sign-ups for said preview can be completed here.