Microsoft Fabric Updates Blog

Announcing the Public Preview of Copilot for Data Warehouse in Microsoft Fabric

We are excited to announce the public preview release of Copilot for Data Warehouse in Microsoft Fabric, a groundbreaking AI assistant designed to transform your data warehousing tasks. Data warehouse development can be daunting for SQL developers, especially under tight timelines where insights are needed “yesterday”.  Developers may spend hours writing code, building schemas, documentation, … Continue reading “Announcing the Public Preview of Copilot for Data Warehouse in Microsoft Fabric”

Bring your on-premises data to OneLake!

Microsoft OneLake is a unified data lake for all of your organization’s data. With OneLake shortcuts, you can reference data in different locations and have that data logically represented within OneLake, with no data movement or duplication. Data across Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Google Cloud Platform can coexist in the same virtual lake. With … Continue reading “Bring your on-premises data to OneLake!”

Environment is now generally available

Exciting news! The environment has officially become a generally available feature within Microsoft Fabric. What is the environment in Microsoft Fabric? The environment serves as a comprehensive container for both your hardware and software settings within Spark. Within this unified interface, you have the ability to select the desired Spark runtime, install libraries, and configure … Continue reading “Environment is now generally available”

Unleashing the power of data for analytics applications with the new Microsoft Fabric API for GraphQL

Microsoft Fabric is an all-in-one SaaS analytics platform for enterprises that covers everything from data movement to data science, Real-Time Analytics, and business intelligence. It offers a comprehensive suite of services, including data lake, data engineering, data science, data integration, and more, all in one place. Fabric exposes different REST APIs that let you automate … Continue reading “Unleashing the power of data for analytics applications with the new Microsoft Fabric API for GraphQL”