@Karan Chauhan We regret for the inconvenience caused. As mentioned, we have notified this issue to our team and below is an update.
You are trying to setup the Azure FarmBeats version which is in public preview. We want to update you on the new version of FarmBeats which we are building. It’s a fully managed PaaS offering (Platform-As-A-Service). The rearchitected PaaS platform makes it easy for customers to use FarmBeats, here are a few advantages:
Simple onboarding: You don’t have to provision multiple resources under your tenant. Just instantiate the PaaS version of the FarmBeats, and we will take care of all the complexity behind the scenes
Improved scalability and performance: PaaS service will take care of scaling and provides better performance (Ex: faster ingestion of satellite data in seconds)
More features: PaaS version supports data related to satellite imagery, weather, Farm operations, Sensors (WIP), event notifications, and more. It natively supports agronomic constructs like farms, fields, seasons, crops, management zones, prescription maps, etc.
Extensibility: There will now be no limitation to work with an approved list of weather service or sensor providers. The extensibility framework can help customers to work with any weather service and sensor providers (WIP) of their choice in FarmBeats.
Out-of-the-box AI/ML models: FarmBeats supports a few out of the box AI/ML/Statistical models like sensor placement map, biomass estimation model, Soil moisture map, boundary identification, NDVI forecast, LAI, etc. which can be leveraged by users
Power analytics: PaaS version has developer-friendly Python SDK. Users can create ARDs easily using APIs and build/train their AI/ML/Statistical models on Azure
In case you want to use the new version of FarmBeats, kindly write to us at FarmBeatsSupport [at] microsoft [dot] com by providing your Azure subscription ID and GitHub ID to get access to the product documentation. Also, note that the new version does not have a UI layer. It is to be used via APIs only.
Hope this helps. Do let us know if you have any further queries.
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