Posts Tagged ‘Cortana Analytics’

Cortana Analytics and Information Management

In previous posts I’ve provided an introduction to Microsoft’s cloud-based Cortana Analytics Suite, and we’ve looked at what data and event ingest capability it provides.  This time, I want to shed some light on what happens after Ingest.  Where do you land the data so that you can work to transform it into actionable intelligence? […]

Data and Event Ingest with Cortana Analytics

In my last post, I introduced Microsoft’s Cortana Analytics Suite, a collection of Azure-based PaaS and SaaS offerings bundled to provide a comprehensive toolkit for building Advanced Analytics and IoT solutions.  These are cloud-based resources to perform a variety of functions, from collecting telemetry from remote devices, to predicting diabetes-related hospital readmissions, to showing real-time race […]

Introducing Microsoft’s Cortana Analytics Suite

As far back as this year’s Ignite event, Microsoft has been mentioning “Cortana Analytics” by name.  But at the first-ever Cortana Analytics Workshop in Redmond this past Sept 10 and 11, they unveiled a bigger offering and vision linking their current slate of cloud-based data platform tools. It’s known that Microsoft has been using Big […]

Azure: Did You Know? Azure Data Factory

One of Azure’s ever-increasing number of new data platform services, Azure Data Factory provides the ability to execute and orchestrate Big Data workflows. Azure Data Factory allows you to manage and produce information by offering an easy way to create, orchestrate, and monitor data pipelines.  Activities are combined into Pipelines, and these pipelines are used […]