As we delve into this comprehensive series on Fabric, one of its pivotal facets we explore is Real-Time Analytics. Within this subject, Real-Time Analytics serves as a formidable tool, diminishing complexity and streamlining data integration processes. Imagine scenarios where a continuous stream of data unfolds, capturing the intricacies of messages posted on a micro-blogging site … Continue reading “Fabric Change the Game: Real – time Analytics”
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Earlier this year, at Microsoft Build, we introduced, in Public Preview, Microsoft Fabric, “the biggest data product announcement since SQL Server”. Today, we are announcing the General Availability of Microsoft Fabric. Arun explains in detail why we all believe Microsoft Fabric will redefine the current analytics landscape. I will focus here on what it means … Continue reading “Microsoft Fabric, explained for existing Synapse users”
Microsoft Fabric is now generally available! Fabric brings together the best of Microsoft Power BI, Azure Synapse Analytics, and Azure Data Factory into a single software as a service (SAAS) platform. Fabric provides multiple workloads purpose-built for specific personas and specific tasks. Keep reading to learn about all of Fabric’s workloads! Synapse Data Warehouse We … Continue reading “Fabric workloads are now generally available!”
As we embark on our quest to unravel the mysteries of the data within Fabric, a world of possibilities awaits. Let’s continue our journey in understanding and exploring the data. In this installment, our attention is directed to how to explore the functional dependencies -relationships between columns in a table. With a specific focus on … Continue reading “Fabric Changing the game: Validate dependencies with Semantic Link – Data Quality”
Unlock the Power of Reusing Your Library in the Lakehouse with This Step-by-Step Guide. Fabric provides you with different options to build your analytics solution. If you decide to use Lakehouse and code your solution with Python you may want to reuse some functions and reuse certain business logic across your code. Once your library … Continue reading “Fabric Changing the game: Using your own library with Microsoft Fabric”