Microsoft Azure’s Anomaly Detector provides out of the box machine learning solutions for time series data. Let’s see how it performs!
In part 3 of our simple single-layer neural network TensorFlow series, we attempt to use Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) and Long Short-Term Memory Networks (LSTMs) for learning and predicting sequences in a time series.
In part II of our machine learning Series we explore the use of neural networks with a more specific dataset, imagining our dataset as a time series.
In part 1 of this series we’ll explore the fundamentals of machine learning and step through how a developer can implement AI, neural networks, and more into their projects.
While Elasticsearch is primarily used as a search engine, the platform has recently become more widely used in a variety of analytics tasks, including the ELK Stack of Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana for real time analysis of large datasets. Elasticsearch also shows great potential in the realm of IoT, in which hundreds of data sources must be monitored in real time. Through optimized searching of time series data, Elasticsearch can be integrated with RESTful web services such as Spring Boot to provide users with real time visualizations of their sensor data.