Synapse Real-Time Analytics in Microsoft Fabric is a fully managed big data analytics experience optimized for streaming and analyzing real-time data. In this blog post, we’ll learn about the integration between Azure Event Hubs and your KQL database.
Data Factory in Microsoft Fabric brings the best of Power Query and Azure Data Factory into a single, easy-to-use, modern data integration experience to empower you to solve complex data movement scenarios.
Today, we will be spotlighting Data pipelines in Microsoft Fabric Data Factory to share with you how you can leverage all its capabilities to ingest, transform, and orchestrate data workflows.
I plan to develop a post series covering Fabric from an end-to-end perspective. As part of this series, I will incorporate some scripts that were initially developed for the Synapse experience on Fabric. The purpose of reusing these scripts is to demonstrate how easily you can implement the same logic you already have in your Synapse environment in various scenarios.
In this blog, we’ll focus on the different ways of querying data in Synapse Real-Time Analytics. But before we begin, make sure to follow the steps in the Synapse Real-Time Analytics: Discovering the best ways to get data into a KQL database to ingest data into your KQL database.
Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, or MVPs, are technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community. The Microsoft Fabric team presents you with the “Azure Synapse MVP Corner” blog post in which we highlight selected content recently created by MVPs.