SQL Server 2016: Parallel Processing for R Server with MPI Part 2

Part 2: Parallel Processing with Microsoft R Server and MPI In Part 1 we saw how to configure a server with Microsoft R Server to make use of the Rmpi library to achieve parallel processing. In Part 2, we will look at how to launch R Server processes on multiple machines creating a flexible R […]
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SQL Server 2016: Parallel Processing for Microsoft R Server Part I

Part I: Setting Up the System In several previous blogs, we have talked about installing Microsoft R Server as a part of a SQL Server 2016 installation, and we have called attention to the fact that the SQL Server 2016 installation disk provides for a standalone installation of R Server. What we have not discussed […]
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SQL Server 2016: Choosing Your R-Chitecture

Enthusiastic data miners are excited about the new possibilities which have opened up with Microsoft R. Not everyone, however, has realized that the so-called “in-database” R is not the best choice for every application of R to SQL Server data. One database administrator expressed concern about R competing with SQL Server for precious RAM. A […]
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Introducing Microsoft R Server

Earlier this year Microsoft released Microsoft R Server. This is essentially a rebranding of Revolution R Enterprise—acquired through Microsoft’s acquisition of Revolution Analytics in April 2015. However, the fact that Microsoft is backing the product makes a big difference to many potential corporate users. And with Microsoft embracing R across the company, more investment in […]
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