As a guest speaker, I will delve into the captivating realm of anomaly detection using Azure services. Join me in understanding the essence of anomalies and their pivotal role in data analysis. Together, we will explore the vast capabilities of Azure services, such as Azure Machine Learning for crafting powerful anomaly detection models, and Azure Monitor for real-time monitoring. Through best practices, captivating case studies, and hands-on knowledge, you will be equipped to harness the full potential of anomaly detection with Azure services.
Neha Hafeez is a driven and ambitious 3rd year software engineering student at Fatima Jinnah Women University. With a keen interest in technology, she is currently immersing herself in the study and exploration of data science and machine learning. As a Gold Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador and skilled community builder, Neha has organized and delivered multiple successful sessions. Her contributions to the Microsoft community have been recognized, and she was invited to speak at the University Recruiting Call hosted by Microsoft Reactor. Neha's remarkable achievements and dedication to her craft have earned her a prominent place on the Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador Page's main carousel.
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