What's New in Azure Machine Learning

The August 2016 release of Microsoft Azure Machine Learning updates provide the following features:

  • Classic Web services can now be managed in the new Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Web Services portal that provides one place to manage all aspects of your Web service.
    • Which provides web service usage statistics.
    • Simplifies testing of Azure Machine Learning Remote-Request calls using sample data.
    • Provides a new Batch Execution Service test page with sample data and job submission history.
    • Provides easier endpoint management.

The July 2016 release of Microsoft Azure Machine Learning updates provide the following features:

  • Web services are now managed as Azure resources managed through Azure Resource Manager interfaces, allowing for the following enhancements:
  • Incorporates a new subscription-based, multi-region web service deployment model using Resource Manager based APIs leveraging the Resource Manager Resource Provider for Web Services.
  • Introduces new pricing plans and plan management capabilities using the new Resource Manager RP for Billing.
  • Provides web service usage statistics.
  • Simplifies testing of Azure Machine Learning Remote-Request calls using sample data.
  • Provides a new Batch Execution Service test page with sample data and job submission history.

In addition, the Machine Learning Studio has been updated to allow you to deploy to the new Web service model or continue to deploy to the classic Web service model.