Last week reading (2018-03-25)

Last week reading (2018-03-25)

SQL Server on Linux: overview
Learn how to get started using #SQLServer on #Linux. Watch the demos via @ch9

Columnstore Indexes on Standard Tier of Azure SQL DB
Several days ago, Microsoft announced Columnstore indexes for Standard databases in the S3 and above pricing tiers. Niko says “check”.

How Microsoft Does DevOps – an Interview with Aaron Bjork, Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS)
Many valuable advice if you want to adopt DevOps in any large enterprise. Deploy the value as much as every 3 weeks and get feedback faster.

Unlock your data’s potential with Azure SQL Data Warehouse and Azure Databricks
Have a glance how to utilize a power of the Databricks Runtime and build advanced ETL processes in the Modern Data Warehouse.

Power BI Roadmap Announcements In the Dynamics 365 Spring ‘18 Release Notes
Chris Webb and his helpful summary of Microsoft’s Power BI team who announced a new capability coming soon to Power BI. Incremental refresh is one of my favourite as it should appear a long time ago.

Introducing Azure SQL Database Managed Instance
Lara Rubbelke explains and demonstrates all features of Azure SQL Database Managed Instance, and tell you how you can set it up on this @MSFTMechanics episode.

Azure Cosmos DB query cheat sheets
Using Cosmos DB from time to time? These things gonna help you.

SQLDay 2017 conference – short overview
Have a look how our conference looked like in 2017.

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