azure machine learning

How To Deploy Azure Machine Learning Model In Production

Machine Learning is the process of training a machine with specific data to make inferences. There are various types of Machine Learning models. We can deploy the Machine Learning model on Azure by various means like using Azure ML Studio, Azure ML SDK (Python, R), Automated ML, and Visual Studio. Check out the blog post […]

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Azure Development Tool

AZ-204 Azure Development Tools

Microsoft Azure has become one of the very best cloud computing environments and we have got essential azure development tools for integrating Azure right into your development environment. This blog post- https://k21academy.com/az20413 covers great tools and extensions which illustrate the integration to help you to urge your apps coded and run as quickly as possible. […]

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Designing an Azure Data Solution

Designing an Azure Data Solution [DP-201]: All You Need to Know

The Microsoft Designing an Azure Data Solution is for those candidates who are responsible for data-related implementation tasks that include provisioning data storage services, ingesting streaming and batch data, transforming data, implementing security requirements, implementing data retention policies, identifying performance bottlenecks, and accessing external data sources. Want to know more about DP-201 Step-By-Step Activity Guides […]

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[DP-201] Designing An Azure Data Solution

Designing An Azure Data Solution [DP-201]: Everything You Need To Know

DP-201 Designing An Azure Data Solution Exam is for those candidates who are interested in implementing and designing the management, monitoring, security, and privacy of data using the full stack of Azure data services. Candidates need to design data solutions using Azure services like Azure Data Lake Storage, Azure Data Factory, Azure Cosmos DB, etc. […]

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AKS Cluster

Create Azure Kubernetes Cluster: A Complete Step-by-Step Guide

Kubernetes is the most sought-out containerization platform and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is the pioneer of managed Kubernetes services available. Cluster in Kubernetes is a set of node machines for running containerized applications. The cluster is the heart of Kubernetes’ key advantage: the ability to schedule and run containers across a group of machines, be […]

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AWS CloudFormation

AWS CloudFormation

A good example of how the DevOps principles are used in practice is AWS CloudFormation. AWS CloudFormation provides a common language for you to design and provision AWS and third-party application resources in your cloud environment. AWS CloudFormation makes it easy to organize and deploy a collection of AWS resources and lets you describe any […]

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AWS Elastic Beanstalk

AWS Elastic Beanstalk

AWS Elastic Beanstalk is an easy-to-use AWS service for deploying and scaling web applications and services developed with Python, Ruby, Java, .NET, PHP, Node.js, Go, and Docker on familiar servers such as Apache, Passenger, Nginx, and IIS. With Elastic Beanstalk, you just have to upload your code and Elastic Beanstalk automatically handles the deployment, from […]

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Network Policies in Kubernetes

Network Policies In Kubernetes

One of the important parts of the Kubernetes is security. Network policies are Kubernetes resources that control the traffic between pods. Kubernetes network policy lets developers secure access to and from their applications. To find out all about Network policies in Kubernetes Check out the blog at https://k21academy.com/kubernetes29. The blog will cover: ▪️What are Network […]

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Labels and Annotations

Labels And Annotations In Kubernetes

Labels and Annotations are one of the main foundations for Kubernetes. They both provide a way for adding additional metadata to our Kubernetes Objects. Labels are used for grouping, viewing, and operating. Each object can have a set of key/value labels defined. Each Key must be unique for a given object. Annotations provide a place […]

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5 Pillars of AWS Well-Architected Framework

Case Study: 5 Pillars Of AWS Well-Architected Framework

Essentially, a well-architected Amazon AWS framework is a concept of architecting cloud infrastructure for performing, resilient, and efficiency. The 5 pillars are the deciding factor that makes applications and workloads well architected. It seems simple and not important but trust us this is what separates an expert from the rest. Read the blog post at […]

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