Organizations can connect Microsoft Power BI to Denodo’s platform more seamlessly, as explained well in this interesting article about integrating Denodo and Power BI. The integration supports SSO. Essentially by using DirectQuery mode with Denodo, you are exchanging PBI cache layer for Denodo’s.
This is a short and concise introduction to building a machine learning (ML) model on Alteryx.
As a side note, a common belief among new practitioners of data science is that there is a hierarchy of algorithms. Linear regression, then you “graduate” to tree-based models, then deep learning. The reality is that each has their pros and cons, and none are universally better than the other.
There is no shame in using a simple linear regression if it makes the most sense for the situation. This article explains how to create that linear regression model to tell whether there are pay equity differences between workers from different demographic groups at your company.
Let’s say that you have a REST API and want to put a simple UI over it. If you aren’t strong in programming, then using PowerApps probably makes sense.
Static websites are cheaper to run as there is no server-side processing. You just pay for the bandwidth to ship the files to the client. Azure Static Web Apps are free (with certain limitations).
Below, you’ll find a couple. The first is to the Vue.js site to explain what you need to know and provides documentation. The second link is to an article that walks you through how to build a server-less website on Azure that is pretty much free (less than $5 per month) with low to moderate usage. All this works with other JS frameworks like Angular and React.