We’re excited to announce that Activity State is now available in Fabric Data Factory data pipelines, giving you the ability to comment out part of your pipeline without deleting the definition.
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Are you interested in learning more about Data Factory, the cloud-based data integration service that allows you to create data-driven workflows in Microsoft Fabric? If so, you are invited to join our webinars, where we will show you how to use Data Factory to transform and orchestrate your data in various scenarios. Each webinar will … Continue reading “Microsoft Fabric Data Factory Webinar Series – October 2023”
Announcement Announcing an end-to-end workshop on how you can build a powerful data analytics solution using Microsoft Fabric, to handle large-scale and complex data sets. This workshop provides you with a working knowledge on how to: The only pre-requisite to complete the workshop is a Microsoft Fabric License or alternatively you can Start the Fabric … Continue reading “Announcing an end-to-end workshop: Analyzing Wildlife Data with Microsoft Fabric”
Welcome to the September 2023 update. We have lots of features this month including updates to the monitoring hub, Fabric Metrics app, VS code integration for Data Engineering, Real-time data sharing and many more. Continue reading for more details on our new features! Contents Core Monitoring hub – column options OneLake OneLake file explorer (v.1.0.10) … Continue reading “Microsoft Fabric September 2023 Update”
Introduction Setting up alerts for pipeline failures on a Teams channel/outlook mail enhances communication, collaboration, and problem-solving within your team. It creates a streamlined workflow for addressing issues, reduces downtime, and promotes a culture of continuous improvement in managing your data pipelines. In this blog, I’ll showcase a method for sending notifications to both Teams … Continue reading “Notifying Outlook and Teams channel/group from a Microsoft Fabric pipeline”