Azure Defender for IoT is an agentless security solution for Operational Technology (OT) networks incorporating specialized IoT/OT-aware behavioral analytics from Microsoft’s recent acquisition of CyberX.

The new solution enables industrial and critical infrastructure organizations to secure their existing or brownfield devices without any performance impact or changes to existing environments. It’s also deeply integrated with Azure Sentinel and supports 3rd-party tools such as Splunk, IBM QRadar, and ServiceNow.

Learn more about Azure Defender for IoT at https://aka.ms/iotshow/AzureDefenderForIoT

This on the Databricks YouTube channel presents the web application that calculates real-time health scores at a very rapid speed using Spark on Kubernates.

A health score represents a machine’s lifetime and it is commonly used as a landmark for making a decision on whether to replace the machine with new one for high productivity maintenance. Therefore, it is very important to observe the health scores of the large number of machines in a factory without a delay.

To cope with this issue, the BISTel has applied the stream processing using Spark and services the real-time health score application.

Udacity highlights the top 8 skills needed to be a data scientist.

Back in 2016, Glassdoor declared that being a Data Scientist was the best job in America.

Four years later, the world of big data has evolved rapidly, and the role of Data Scientist is still a top job. It’s currently ranked as the number three job for 2020 by Glassdoor, and it’s only surpassed by Java Developer and Front End Engineer.

What is it about being a Data Scientist that makes it so appealing, and what skills does someone looking to get into this field need to have?

Let’s take a look.