Organizations are leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to derive insight and value from their data and to improve the accuracy of forecasts and predictions. In rapidly changing environments, Azure Databricks enables organizations to spot new trends, respond to unexpected challenges and predict new opportunities. Data teams are using Delta Lake to accelerate ETL pipelines and MLflow to establish a consistent ML lifecycle.
Customers frequently struggle to manage all of the libraries and frameworks for machine learning on a single laptop or workstation. There are so many libraries and frameworks to keep in sync (H2O, PyTorch, scikit-learn, MLlib). In addition, you often need to bring in other Python packages, such as Pandas, Matplotlib, numpy and many others. Mixing and matching versions and dependencies between these libraries can be incredibly challenging.
Figure 1. Databricks Runtime for ML enables ready-to-use clusters with built-in ML Frameworks
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