Using R to generate API Client from Swagger

Microsoft R Server’s operationalization feature enables data scientists to deploy and consume web services to operationalize their R analytics. The publishService() function in mrsdeploy package can be used to publish an R code block as a new web service. After it has been deployed, the web service can be: Consumed directly in R by another…


Managing Loan Credit Risk using Microsoft R Server

This post is authored by Bharath Sankaranarayan, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft. I am pleased to announce the Loan Credit Risk Solution how-to on SQL and HDI. Loan Credit Risk is a very common problem that lending institutions are challenged in assessing which loans are likely at risk. Loan Credit Risk solution how-to, demonstrates how…


Managing Loan Credit Risk using Microsoft R Server

This post is authored by Bharath Sankaranarayan, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft. I am pleased to announce the Loan Credit Risk Solution how-to on SQL and HDI. Loan Credit Risk is a very common problem that lending institutions are challenged in assessing which loans are likely at risk. Loan Credit Risk solution how-to, demonstrates how…


Understanding Server Traffic logs and detecting Denial of Service Attacks

With increased cyber-attacks, there is always a threat to the Internet Security. Distributed Denial of Service or DDoS attacks is the most common way – where a perpetrator renders network of hosts temporarily or indefinitely unavailable disrupting and taking down the servers and the services provided to their customers. This downtime costs affected companies millions…


Set up an auto-scale environment to operationalize your R analytics, with just ONE CLICK

Microsoft R Server offers a powerful feature set to help enterprise to deploy their R analytics as web services. Those web services are the productization of the R analytics and can then be integrated with line of business apps. For enterprise, it is crucial to host those web services in a production environment that is…

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End to End Loan ChargeOff Prediction Built Using Azure HDInsight Spark Clusters and SQL Server 2016 R Service

Debt is ubiquitous in today’s world. Borrower uses access to credit to pay for housing, education, transport and medical services while lender relies on debt to fuel for its revenue. A charged off loan is a loan that is declared by a creditor (usually a lending institution) that an amount of debt is unlikely to…

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Microsoft R Server 9.1 released on Azure HDInsight

Today, we are excited to announce that Microsoft R Server 9.1 on Azure HDInsight is generally available. With this, we bring the power and innovation of our latest 9.1 release to the cloud on Spark 2.1 on HDI 3.6. This release of R Server on HDInsight includes the following features: State of the art new parallel machine…


Using Certificates in R Server Operationalization for Linux

In this article, we will look into how to generate a self-signed certificate in Linux and use it for access token signing in R Server Operationalization Web Node. You must use a certificate for access token signing whenever you have multiple web nodes so that the tokens are signed consistently by every web node in…


Configuring R Server to Operationalize Analytics using ARM Templates

To benefit from Microsoft R Server’s deployment and operationalization features, you can configure R Server after installation to act as a deployment server and host analytic web services. R Server Web Services can be operationalized in two types of configuration : One-box configuration: As the name suggests, one web node and one compute node run…


From DeployR to R Server Operationalization

If you are currently using DeployR (DeployR Enterprise 7.4 or R Server 8.0.x DeployR), this article will help you understand: The differences between DeployR and R Server 9 Operationalization How to upgrade to R Server 9 Operationalization The differences between DeployR and R Server 9.x Operationalization In R Server 9.0, Microsoft introduced a set of…

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