Friday, November 09, 2012 5:46 AMAnswerer
From the team that brought you the data mining add-ins for Microsoft Office, Predixion Enterprise Insight Developer Edition is now available, on-premise or in the cloud, and it is absolutely free – no strings attached – for use in your development environment.*
Predixion Enterprise Insight™ Developer Edition is the free version of Predixion’s powerful scale out server and Excel-based workbench that provides many new and upgraded features that you wished you had in the old data mining add-ins.
If you run MS SQL Server download Predixion Enterprise Insight™ Developer Edition now to get started in your environment. If you don’t have MS SQL Server simply register online for the free Predixion Insight™ client and cloud service to experience our vision for the future of predictive analytics.
New and upgraded features include:
- Industry leading collaborative features for sharing models, datasets and results
- Visual Macros to automate model development and validation, querying and other cool stuff
- Innovative deployment framework / API to extend predictive capabilities to all
- Comprehensive data exploration and preparation tools
- Automated workflows to refresh predictive scores in Dashboards and KPIs
- Flexible deployment options: cloud, hybrid cloud and on-premises
- Seamless integration with Excel and PowerPivot for ease of use in familiar environments
- Non-blocking execution so tasks don’t block Excel – in fact Excel can be closed while tasks run and results will be there when re-opened
*Not for use in a production environment.
Tatyana Yakushev [PredixionSoftware.com]
- Changed Type Tatyana YakushevEditor Saturday, November 10, 2012 7:38 AM
Friday, November 09, 2012 2:33 PM
>it is absolutely free – no strings attached – for use in your development environment.*
For the sake of argument what if someone forgets it, and 6-months later uses it in production?
Just curious about your business logic for such a case. Thanks.
- Edited by Kalman TothMicrosoft Community Contributor Friday, November 09, 2012 2:34 PM