New releases: Microsoft R Client 3.4.3, Microsoft ML Server 9.3

February 27, 2018
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

An update to Microsoft R Client, Microsoft's distribution of open source R with additional proprietary packages — including RevoScaleR (for data analysis at scale) and MicrosoftML (for machine learning) — is now available. Microsoft R Client 3.4.3 updates the R engine to R 3.4.3, and (on Linux) now supports deploying computations to a remote SQL Server with the sqlrutils package.

Microsoft R Client 3.4.3 is free to download and use, and as the video above shows is designed for developing analytical applications that will be deployed to production servers. It works with Microsoft Machine Learning Server 9.3, also released today. You can use Microsoft ML Server to scale your R analysis to data sets of any size or workloads of any intensity: as a server or cluster of servers on premises or in the Azure cloud, or as part of a hybrid architecture with Azure Stack.

For more information on the new capabilities in Microsoft ML Server and Microsoft R Client, take a look at the announcement linked below.

Machine Learning Blog: Introducing the Microsoft Machine Learning Server 9.3 Release

 

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