ADF – Deployment from master branch code (JSON files)

ADF – Deployment from master branch code (JSON files)

In the previous episode, I showed how to deploy Azure Data Factory in a way recommended by Microsoft, which is deployment from adf_publish branch from ARM template. However, there is

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ASF 030: Benni De Jagere interview

Introduction Benni De Jagere is a Senior Data Insights Consultant with a strong focus on the Microsoft (BI) Stack. On a daily basis, he turns (large amounts) of coffee into

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ADF – Continuous Integration & Deployment with Azure DevOps

Building CI/CD process for Azure Data Factory is not quite straightforward. Furthermore, there are a few different methods of doing that. Before we begin doing that, we must set up

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ASF 029: Tomaz Kastrun interview

Introduction Tomaž Kastrun is BI & DEV developer, data analyst & data science. With more than 15 years of experiences in the field of databases, business warehouses and development, with

ADF and passwords with Azure Key Vault & set up GIT

Have you worked with ADF yet? Did you configure the GIT code repository to automatically upload all changes to having your own isolated branch during development? If not yet, in

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Last Week Reading (2020-02-02)

Hello. We have a beautiful date today, haven’t we? And LWR posts are coming back after a long one-month break. Press Columnstore Indexes – part 130 (“Columnstore Indexes on Azure

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ASF 028: Uwe Ricken interview

Introduction Uwe Ricken is working with IT systems since the 90’s. He found the way to the technology of Microsoft SQL Server with the assignment for the development of membership

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The recap of the passing year 2019

Good morning girls and boys, ladies and gentlemen, in the new year 2020! I recently thought that we had started a new decade. But that’s not true. The new decade

Last Week Reading (2019-12-29)

Hello boys & girls! This is the last post in “Last Week Reading” series in this decade. Can you believe that? Have you had a good Christmas time? Have you

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Last Week Reading (2019-12-22)

Hello. It’s been a while since the last post of this series appeared. I will do my best to keep this going. So, without unnecessary introductions – let’s move on.