hdinsight

HDInsight support in Azure CLI now out of preview

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

We are pleased to share that support for HDInsight in Azure CLI is now generally available. The addition of the `az hdinsight` command group allows you to easily manage your HDInsight clusters using simple commands while taking advantage of all that Azure CLI has to offer, such as cross-platform support and tab completion.

Program Manager, Azure HDInsight

Migrating big data workloads to Azure HDInsight

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Migrating big data workloads to the cloud remains a key priority for our customers and Azure HDInsight is committed to making that journey simple and cost effective. HDInsight partners with Unravel whose mission is to reduce the complexity of delivering reliable application performance when migrating data from on-premises or a different cloud platform onto HDInsight.

Senior Program Manager

Understanding HDInsight Spark jobs and data through visualizations in the Jupyter Notebook

Monday, April 29, 2019

The Jupyter Notebook on HDInsight Spark clusters is useful when you need to quickly explore data sets, perform trend analysis, or try different machine learning models. Not being able to track the status of Spark jobs and intermediate data can make it difficult for data scientists to monitor and optimize what they are doing inside the Jupyter Notebook.

Senior Program Manager, Big Data Team

Announcing general availability of Apache Hadoop 3.0 on Azure HDInsight

Monday, April 15, 2019

Today we’re announcing the general availability of Apache Hadoop 3.0 on Azure HDInsight. In partnership with Cloudera, Microsoft Azure is the first cloud provider to offer customers the benefit of the latest innovations in the most popular open source analytics projects, with unmatched scalability, flexibility, and security.

Principal Group Program Manager, Azure HDInsight