Azure Machine Learning Workshop at Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT).


Recently I had conducted  Machine Learning and AI workshop at Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT).  Around 40 attended the workshop.SLIIT Students and Academic staff attended the workshop.

Topics covered at the workshop-

https://uditha.wordpress.com/2017/11/15/big-data-and-machine-learning-workshop-sri-lanka/

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Azure Machine Learning Data Science workshop at Jakarta, Indonesia.


In partnership with Algoritma Indonesia I will be conducting Azure Machine Learning workshop at Jakarta.

 

Workshop Details-

https://algorit.ma/ds-course/azure-machine-learning-workshop/

 

Oracle Code Singapore 2018.


Oracle Code is a free event for developers to learn about the latest developer technologies, practices, and trends. Learn from technical experts, industry leaders, and other developers in keynotes, sessions, and hands-on labs. Experience cloud development technology in the Code Lounge with workshops and other live, interactive experiences and demos.

Agenda-

https://developer.oracle.com/code/singapore-may-2018

 

 

Venue

Marina Bay Sands Singapore

10 Bayfront Avenue , Singapore

Past events-

https://developer.oracle.com/code/past-developer-events

Blockchain Development on Azure at Global Azure Bootcamp 2018.


Last Saturday I did Blockchain application development technical session at Global azure bootcamp.

In that session I discuss ethereum blockchain with hands on lab.

  • Create a Blockchain on Azure

  • Create a wallet

  • Unlock the coinbase account

  • Deploy a smart contract

  • Invoke the contract from an app

  • Delete the Ethereum network

Around 70 attended the session.

Event details-

https://uditha.wordpress.com/2018/04/15/global-azure-bootcamp-2018-colombo/

 

Speaker panel.

Machine Learning and AI Workshop at Singapore.


Recently I had conducted  Machine Learning and AI workshop at NetAssist Singapore.  Around 15 attended the workshop. Employees from various IT companies and organizations attended the event.

Topics covered at the workshop-

https://uditha.wordpress.com/2017/11/15/big-data-and-machine-learning-workshop-sri-lanka/

Global Azure Bootcamp 2018 – Colombo.


Global Azure Bootcamp 2018 Colombo event happening on 21st April 2018 at Mövenpick Hotel Colombo.

Speaker Panel-

Agenda-

http://gabccolombo.azurewebsites.net/

I will be doing Blockchain Development session at the event.

 

Microsoft Azure Blockchain as a Service – Getting Started Tutorial.


Creating a Blockchain requires an Azure subscription that can support deploying several virtual machines scale sets and managed disks. If necessary, create a free Azure account to begin.
Once a subscription is secured, go to Azure portal. Select ‘+’, Marketplace (‘See all’), and search for ‘Ethereum Consortium Blockchain’.
The Template Deployment will walk you through configuring the first member’s footprint in the network. The deployment flow is divided into five steps: Basics, Operations Management Suite, Deployment regions, Network size and performance, Ethereum settings.

Basics
Under the ‘Basics’ blade, specify values for standard parameters for any deployment, such as subscription, resource group and basic virtual machine properties.

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Operations Management Suite
The Operations Management Suite (OMS) blade allows you to configure an OMS resource for you network. OMS will collect and surface useful metrics and logs from your network, providing the ability to quickly check the network health or debug issues. The “free” offering of OMS will fail gracefully once capacity is reached.

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Deployment regions
Next, under Deployment regions, specify inputs for Number of region(s) to deploy the consortium network and selection of Azure regions based on the number of regions given. User can deploy in maximum of 5 regions.

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Network size and performance
Next, under ‘Network size and performance’ specify inputs for the size of the consortium network, such as number and size of mining nodes and transaction nodes.
A detailed description of each parameter follows:

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Ethereum Settings
Next, under Ethereum settings, specify Ethereum-related configuration settings, like the network ID and Ethereum account password or genesis block.

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Summary
Click through the summary blade to review the inputs specified and to run basic pre-deployment validation.

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Review legal and privacy terms and click ‘Purchase’ to deploy. If the deployment has more than one region, or is for a consortium network, then this template pre-deploys the necessary VPN Gateways to support network connectivity with other members. Deployment of the gateway can take up to 45 to 50 minutes.

Administrator page
Once the deployment has completed successfully and all resources have been provisioned, you can go to the administrator page to get a simple view of your blockchain network and sanity check the deployment state. The URL of the admin page is the DNS name of the load balancer; it is present in the output section of the template deployment named as ADMIN_SITE.

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The node status is refreshed every 10 seconds. Reload the page via the browser or "Reload" button to update the view.

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Next tutorial will discuss how to Crete wallet and smart contract using Solidity.