Noah will provide an overview of storage in Windows Azure, including how to store, access, manage, and secure data in Azure. Noah will talk about how to use Windows Azure Storage in traditional applications as well as how to design applications using "cloud thinking".
Speaker: Noah Benedict Managing Consultant, Catapult Systems
Windows Server 2016 brings new innovations in virtualization, storage, and networking. In this session we provide details on the capabilities in Microsoft System Center 2016, Virtual Machine Manager that enable new scenarios and enhancements to existing scenarios. We provide insight into how we enable the use software defined networking with the network controller, and virtual network appliances to bring agility into their environments. We will also showcase the storage enhancements that enable customers to deploy enterprise class workloads.
Join 5nine Software's Symon Perriman to see an overview of the main features and capabilities coming in the next version of Windows Server. The new capabilities will enhance management of servers, storage, networks, and workloads while improving service delivery, business continuity and security. Learn how the convergence of Windows Server with System Center and Microsoft Azure are enabling new hybrid cloud capabilities for Hyper-V, Networking, Storage Services, Failover Clustering and more.
Anyone who can type commands into R but that is not the same as actually 'doing' statistics for analytics. They may even misuse those methods, and it's an entirely different thing to really understand what's happening. Knowledge is what really drives each phase of your analysis, and create effective models for the business to use in order to create actionable insights. It can be difficult to see when someone is building faulty statistical models, especially when their intentions are good, and their results look pretty! Results are important, and it's down to you to create models that are sound and robust. In this session, we will look at modeling techniques in Analytics using R, using our boozy day at the Guinness factory as a backdrop to understanding why statistical learning is important for analytics today.