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February 23, 2018


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Hi nice documentation. But 5 minutes is a little bit optimistic. The title is a little bit misleading. But thanks a Lot.

Hi David. Thanks for this documentation, I'll definitely try it out!

Just a quick note: On step 2, the link to sign up for the free tier is wrong. http://cda.ms/7v%20 doesn't exist, but http://cda.ms/7v is OK.

Hope it helps!

Thanks Fernando, I've fixed the link above.

@Malik, to be fair, setting up AZTK requires a bit more time the first time, but once it's all set up you can launch a cluster in 5 minutes (and most of that time is just waiting for the provisioning to complete).

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