Microsoft Releases CentOS-Based ‘Linux Data Science Virtual Machine’ For Azure

An anonymous reader writes: Microsoft has announced a CentOS-based VM image for Azure called ‘Linux Data Science Virtual Machine’. The VM has pre-installed tools such as Anaconda Python Distribution, Computational Network Toolkit, and Microsoft R Open. It focuses on machine learning and analytics, making it a great choice for data scientists. “Thanks to Azure’s worldwide cloud infrastructure, customers now have on-demand access to a Linux environment to perform a wide range of data science tasks. The VM saves customers the time and effort of having to discover, install, configure and manage these tools individually. Hosting the data science VM on Azure ensures high availability, elastic capacity and a consistent set of tools to foster collaboration across your team”, says Gopi Kumar, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Data Group.


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