Azure Content Spotlight – Cognitive Service Containers
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Welcome to another Azure Content Spotlight! These articles are used to highlight items in Azure that could be more visible to the Azure community.
This weeks content spotlight is about Cognitive Service Containers, which is released in preview last week. There was a high demand for the flexibility to deploy AI applications in a variety of environments. By deploying Cognitive Services in containers, data can be analyzed close to where the actual data resides. And these containers can be deployed on on-premises environments as well, so customer data (e.g., the image or text that is being analyzed) is not sent to Microsoft.
For information and how to get started with Cognitive Service Containers, you can refer to the below links:
- Running Cognitive Service containers
- Bringing AI to the edge
- Getting started with Azure Cognitive Services in containers
Sjoukje Zaal is head of the Microsoft Cloud Center of Excellence at Capgemini, Microsoft Regional Director and Microsoft Azure MVP with over 20 years of experience providing architecture, development, consultancy, and design expertise. She works at Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation. She mainly focuses on Cloud, Security, Productivity, and IoT. She loves to share her knowledge and is active in the Microsoft community as a co-founder of the user groups Tech Daily Chronicle, Global XR Community and the Mixed Reality User Group. She is director of the Global AI Community and board member of Azure Thursdays. Sjoukje is an international speaker and involved in organizing many events. She wrote several books and writes blogs.