Who Uses Microsoft R Server?
Server management solution for businesses of all sizes which helps with SQL benchmarks, warehouse workload, columnstore technology, transactional performance insights and more.
What Is Microsoft R Server?
Server management tool that enables workload performance improvement scale through recovery options.
Microsoft R Server Details
Microsoft R Server Pricing Overview
Microsoft R Server does not have a free version and does not offer a free trial. See additional pricing details for Microsoft R Server below.
Microsoft R Server Features
Microsoft R Server Reviews
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Reviewed on 11/01/2018
This is not Windows 2012 Server, it's R Server...
Comments: Fascinating product and interesting language. Highly recommended for developers.
The new platform is called Microsoft R Server, and is compatible with Windows, Linux, Hadoop and Teradata software.
There are five servers:
Microsoft R Server for Hadoop on Red Hat
Microsoft R Server for Teradata DB
Microsoft R Server for Red Hat Linux
Microsoft R Server for SuSE Linux
RRE for Windows
If you are familiar with Microsoft products you need more than that to deploy this Analytics solution. You need to have a big percentage of your infrastructure with Microsoft products to make the most of this product.
For those who want to deploy this, Microsoft delivered a free version of R Server for developers. This might be the future for developers and System Analysts. Be prepared.
Cons: Open R is free... Microsoft R Server is not. However, the connection between R Server and Microsoft family will make this more appealing.
Reviewed on 05/12/2019
The best R Server for Windows Server
Comments: We're using MS OpenR since version 3.3 and no concerns and worries about to change it to CRAN R. Good software with MS support.
1. Optimization for Windows Server
2. Optimization for Intel MKL
3. MRAN copy
4. Support with Visual Studio using R plugins. No differences between OpenR and MS OpenR. If you have a Windows Server and you needs in R, use MS OpenR. This is really optimized to work as services, allow to agile control it and have a lot of integration with all Windows Server capabilities.
- Possibility to be a proprientary licensed.
- Premium support pretty costly.
Otherwise, it's great product, that using all capabilities of CRAN R
Reviewed on 21/11/2019
Pros: It is a very easy to install and use server. Graphic design is very successful compared to *nix products.
Cons: Microsoft systems are constantly detected security vulnerabilities, so every month to close these gaps need to be patched. It is good in terms of tightening security, but it is tiring operationally.
Reviewed on 23/04/2018
is a Multiprocess and multi-user system
*Easy learning: The learning curve for windows is vastly inferior to that of other Opertive Systems.
*Easy to manage: This operating system has a great ease of use.
*Less development time
*streamlines the development of an application and provides code for the domain of simple functions, for the use of programmers.
*It is necessary to pay for the license to be able to use it.
*very low security level.
*it is necessary to have the knowledge of an advanced administrator for the installation and configuration of high level.
Reviewed on 27/11/2019
Pros: A stable system with many functions, which we use to conduct statistical analysis. With its help, it is convenient to use Azure in parallel and run R-scripts on Spark.
Cons: Due to integration with many cloud products, the system has a low level of security. Her support service does not have the proper knowledge of all the issues that we have.