Microsoft’s Application and Service group had two systems doing time series anomaly detection for various data scenarios, which were serving teams across Bing Search, Ads, Office 365, and Skype. During the operation of those two systems, the team identified several customer pain points:
Tony Xing offers an overview of Microsoft’s common anomaly detection platform, an API service built internally to provide product teams the flexibility to plug in any anomaly detection algorithms to fit their own signal types. This platform:
Tony Xing is a senior product manager in the AI, data, and infrastructure (AIDI) team within Microsoft’s AI and Research Organization. Previously, he was a senior product manager on the Skype data team within Microsoft’s Application and Service Group, where he worked on products for data ingestion, real-time data analytics, and the data quality platform.
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