Microsoft Machine Learning Server Samples and Solutions
Microsoft Machine Learning Server supports R and Python deployments on Windows, Linux and Hadoop. See the Machine Learning server documentation for more information about supported platforms.
Microsoft Machine Learning Services brings the compute to the data by allowing R or Python to run on the same computer as the database. It includes the Trusted Launchpad service, which runs outside the SQL Server process and communicates securely with the R or Python runtime.
Use the MSDN Forum Microsoft Machine Learning Server for questions about ML Server. If you have questions about the samples and solutions, please open an issue in the relevant repository.
This repository serves as a landing page for you to more easily find the samples and solutions in other repositories. Please create a pull request if you have a repository you'd like to add to this list.
The following repositories contain sample code for you to try.
|Microsoft/SQL-Server-R-Services-Samples||Samples on how to use SQL Server ML Services with R.|
|Microsoft/ML-Server-Python-Samples||Python Samples for ML Server|
|Microsoft/microsoft-r||Operationalization and the MicrosoftML package|
Direct links to all the samples and solutions offered are below. They may contain multiple languages and/or platform code.
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