Microsoft releases Linux version of the Data Science Virtual Machine

Since November 2015, scientists and developers have had access to the Microsoft Data Science Virtual Machine. This VM is a Windows Server 2012 -based image on the Azure marketplace with tools that can be used for conducting advanced analysis, building predictive models, and deriving insights from intelligent applications. Today, the Senior Program Manager of Microsoft Data Group posted an announcement that they have now brought the Data Science Virtual Machine to Linux. Gopi Kumar writes: –> ]]> This is a custom VM image built on the OpenLogic CentOS-based Linux version 7.2 and contains several popular data science tools used by data scientists, developers, educators and researchers. Some of the common uses for the Data Science Virtual Machine include: performing advanced analytics to gain insights from data, building intelligent applications, running…


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