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New updates to Azure Machine Learning will give data scientists and AI developers complete control of the end-to-end machine learning lifecycle on a scalable, trusted platform that will bring AI to everyone.
Azure Machine Learning offers cloud-based advanced analytics designed to streamline machine learning for business, allowing users to model their way, with best-in-class algorithms.
Azure Machine Learning supports Azure SQL Data Warehouse as a data source and a destination.
Azure Machine Learning now supports Azure Active Directory. You can sign in with any Azure AD work or school account, and invite other Azure AD users to your workspace.
Azure Machine Learning is now available in the Western Europe and Southeast Asia datacenters.
Users can author Jupyter notebooks, and publish Python-based web services, directly from Azure Machine Learning Studio.
Azure Machine Learning made changes to improve the web service publishing experience.
Azure Machine Learning now has better support for mobile devices.
Azure Machine Learning allows guest access with no Microsoft account required!
Learn about the improvements in the April 8 release of Azure Machine Learning.
Azure Machine Learning Standard Tier pricing has changed effective April 1.
This service offers cloud-based advanced analytics designed to simplify and streamline machine learning for business.
We updated and simplified the web service publishing workflow.
Azure Machine Learning now supports logging of Web Services
This release of Azure Machine Learning contains new features and important module changes.
Now it is easier than ever for anyone to try Azure Machine Learning because the service is available to test free-of-charge without a credit card or Azure subscription.
Azure Machine Learning now offers support for optional and required web-service parameters for properties such as table names, account names, and paths to blob storage.
The latest release of Azure Machine Learning provides a new sample experiment gallery feature, a streamlined experiment page, and a new visualization for data tables.
We've updated Azure Machine Learning modules, tools, and services with our October 23, 2014, release.
We have added to the Azure Marketplace a wealth of examples of APIs that are built with Azure Machine Learning. These APIs are free to use, and illustrate how the reach and power of the cloud allow advanced analytics to be consumed by more users in more ways.