Databricks gives you the option of working with several different languages, such as SQL, R, Scala, Apache Spark, or Python. It offers many different cluster choices and excellent integration with MLFlow. It allows for migration from one environment to another with tremendous ease. This solution is very scalable and can process large amounts of data very quickly. It is also very user-friendly, as not a lot of knowledge is needed to run it. As this solution is cloud-based, start-up time is easy and super fast.
Azure Machine Learning Studio offers ready-made data samples and has some very useful modeling parameter settings. They offer courses and certifications within the solution, which makes it very attractive and beneficial for many users. This solution is very easy to use for teams with less experience and for those that are just getting started with the ML experience. This is really an amazing low-code/no-code solution. The solution is very scalable, with great flexibility.
Databricks needs samples and templates for users to see exactly what the solution can do. Overall integration with other products could be better, and many times the error messages we have received have been vague and ambiguous, making it challenging to debug and thereby slowing down the overall process. Databricks can also be very costly as one scales up.
Microsoft Machine Learning Studio offers limited customizations; a greater selection of algorithms is needed. If you want to go beyond the Microsoft Azure ecosystem, this may not be the best solution for you, as migration with other products can prove problematic.
Databricks and Azure Machine Learning Studio are both excellent, highly-regarded solutions. As our enterprise needs are very diverse, we found that each of these solutions offers attractive options that we can use simultaneously in successfully meeting our overall client needs.
Hello community members,
There are many Data Science Platforms available. Which platform would you recommend that can handle large amounts of data? Why?