How can Azure superpower your data science journey?
This deck serves as an introduction to Azure Machine learning services.
it walks you through a brief intro of ML, Azure Machine learning services, Distributed hyperparameter tuning and Auto ML
a technique that enables computers to mimic human intelligence. It includes machine learning. Machine learning (ML) is a subset of artificial intelligence that includes techniques (such as deep learning) that enable machines to improve at tasks with experience. Deep learning (DL) is a subset of machine learning based on artificial neural networks that permit a machine to train itself.
/ how many • Classification: which class does it belong to? • Clustering: are there different groups? Which does it belong to? • Anomaly Detection: is this weird? • Recommendation: which option should I choose? supervised learning unsupervised learning
Models To reduce time to market Azure Databricks Machine Learning VMs Popular Frameworks To build machine learning and deep learning solutions TensorFlow PyTorch ONNX Azure Machine Learning Language Speech … Search Vision Productive Services To empower data science and development teams Powerful Hardware To accelerate deep learning Scikit-Learn PyCharm Jupyter Familiar Data Science Tools To simplify model development Visual Studio Code Command line CPU GPU FPGA
– Training runs Pipelines – Training workflows Models – Registered, versioned models Endpoints: Real-time Endpoints – Deployed model endpoints Pipeline Endpoints – Training workflow endpoints Compute – Managed compute Environments – defined training and inference environments Datastores – Connections to data
– Training runs Pipelines – Training workflows Models – Registered, versioned models Endpoints: Real-time Endpoints – Deployed model endpoints Pipeline Endpoints – Training workflow endpoints Compute – Managed compute Environments – defined training and inference environments Datastores – Connections to data
– Training runs Pipelines – Training workflows Models – Registered, versioned models Endpoints: Real-time Endpoints – Deployed model endpoints Pipeline Endpoints – Training workflow endpoints Compute – Managed compute Environments – defined training and inference environments Datastores – Connections to data
– Training runs Pipelines – Training workflows Models – Registered, versioned models Endpoints: Real-time Endpoints – Deployed model endpoints Pipeline Endpoints – Training workflow endpoints Compute – Managed compute Environments – defined training and inference environments Datastores – Connections to data
Hyperparameter Values – config 1 Model 1 Hyperparameter Values – config 2 Model 2 Hyperparameter Values – config 3 Model 3 Model Training Infrastructure Training Algorithm 2 Hyperparameter Values – config 4 Model 4 Complex Tedious Repetitive Time consuming Expensive
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Year of make Regulations … Gradient Boosted Nearest Neighbors SGD Bayesian Regression LGBM … Nearest Neighbors Criterion Loss Min Samples Split Min Samples Leaf XYZ Model Iterate Gradient Boosted N Neighbors Weights Metric P ZYX Mileage Car brand Year of make Car brand Year of make Condition Track Model creation is typically a time-consuming process