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Rodrigo, That for adding the AI Engineer. I should have included that with Azure ML, Azure DevOps, Cognitive Services, and Azure Databricks, as well as Integrated Development Environments and Code Editors as tools for the AI Engineer. Regards, Darwin
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Great post! Tks for sharing @Darwin Schweitzer !!! We also have the AI Engineer, one of the most popular certifications we have today. Tks!
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Hello @Darwin Schweitzer ! Great comments and I agree with you, there is no simple answer... My approach is to always use the best tool for the job! I didn't know your blog! I will followed it starting today! That's a great diagram, I would say that Cosmos DB can be used for information delivery too...
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All good points. I think when it comes to cost it is not a simple equation. For example if it is a really active OLTP application running extracts from it directly are probably off the table. An active readable secondary, replicated copy, or Change Data Capture of the tables needed for analysis are ...
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@Darwin Schweitzer I don't think that a RDBMS is a real viable solution together with the SPARK. The reason is that the join you talk about is taking place in SPARK not in the database which means that you will have to load the full tables from the RDBMS into SPARK and most RDBMS are not designed to...
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