Given the well-deserved popularity of Rockton Software’s ( http://www.rocktonsoftware.com/ ) products, such as ‘SmartFill’ and ‘The Dynamics GP Toolbox’, it has come to my attention that it checks for newer builds each time you sign in.
Microsoft has announced the General Availability of the Azure Machine Learning Service . Additional new capabilities with today’s release include: The ability to create a configurable custom R module, incorporate your own train/predict R-scripts, and add python scripts using a large ecosystem of libraries such as numpy, scipy, pandas, scikit-learn etc. You can now train on terabytes of data using “Learning with Counts”, use PCA or one-class SVM for anomaly detection, and easily modify, filter, and clean data using familiar SQLite.
The Microsoft Dynamics GP Support team is pleased to announce that we’ll be consolidating our two blogs: Developing for Dynamics GP and Dynamics GP Support and Services Blog , into a single location. Moving forward all content from the Microsoft Dynamics GP Support Team will be posted to the Dynamics GP Support and Services Blog . The content in the Developing for Dynamics GP blog will remain at its current location for your future reference, but be sure to check the Dynamics GP Support and Services Blog for all newly published content from the Microsoft team! Specifically, the upcoming Service Based Architecture blog series that will introduce you to this exciting new functionality in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015.
Hi everyone! It’s been hectic around here with a few projects going live in these days, in addition to preparations for Convergence 2015 here in Atlanta. I wanted to draw your attention to two videos currently posted on the Microsoft Dynamics YouTube channel , related to the Identity Management feature. Identity Management was introduced with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2, so is probably good to go back and review the original feature design goal with Tara Higgins with the Partner Technical Consulting team.