Live streaming Weather station with Cortana Analytics – Part 2

Posted by on Feb 28, 2017 in Analytics, Cortana Analytics, IOT | One Comment

In previous post (http://radacad.com/create-a-live-stream-weather-station-with-cortana-analytics-part-1), I have explained what is Cortana, What is IoT and how to set up the Raspberry pi3. In this post, I will explain the process of connecting weather station sensor to Raspberry Pi. Also, how to send data to the Event Hub and set it up. Get Weather Data For connecting ...

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Azure Machine Learning with Power BI SandDance Visualization

You’ve seen a number of custom visualizations of Power BI that we’ve used in Power BI online book previously. In this post you will learn through a quick video how SandDance custom visualization of Power BI can be used to visualize clustering result set of an Azure Machine Learning model. In this video I’ll start ...

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Hybrid, End-to-End; Power BI, Azure SQL Database, Data Factory

With the announcement of Power BI a week ago and with great features in this product, there are many opportunities that this product and service can be used. Power BI can be used alongside some other Azure services, and even On-Premises services to build an end-to-end enterprise BI and Data Analysis Solution. In this post ...

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I’ll Speak in Microsoft Ignite (TechED) New Zealand 2015; First time

Posted by on Jul 11, 2015 in Azure, Data Mining, Presentations | No Comments

It is a honor for me that I’ve been selected to speak in Microsoft Ignite New Zealand 2015. Microsoft Ignite New Zealand 2015 (TechED) is an annual conference for developers and IT professionals put on by Microsoft. It is held in several locations around the world. and it’s the biggest annual technology event in New Zealand. This conference gives ...

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Walk-through Steps: I’m New to BI, Where to Start? – Part 7: Azure

Posted by on Apr 30, 2015 in Azure, Business Intelligence | 2 Comments

Many organizations nowadays are in transition from on-premises to cloud, and many of them use hybrid solutions where part of the computing will be done in cloud and the rest on-premises. The trend nowadays is to use cloud to have better maintenance, lower costs, more reliable solutions, lower administrative efforts, and powerful shared resources. In ...

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