Local Azure Data Lake

Julie Koesmarno shows how to set up Azure Data Lake for local testing:

Late last year, I presented a Cognitive Intelligence demo using Azure Data Lake (ADL) at PASS Summit keynote. It was a fun and quick demo! Watch it here :)

In case you’re new to ADL, you can now (since Dec 2015) develop, compile and run ADL locally in Visual Studio. This is huge! Because you don’t have to worry about your ADL Analytics Unit (AU) consumptions. Plus, this allows you to try it before you buy it too!

Click through for the step-by-step installation instructions.

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