Last week reading (2018-05-06)

Last week reading (2018-05-06)

Good morning all,
This week only a few things as the SQLDay conference will commence next week and we both (Damian and I) are preparing our workshop and regular session as well. As little time left as so many things left to do!

Blazing fast data warehousing with Azure SQL Data Warehouse
General availability of Azure SQL Data Warehouse #Gen2 now supports up to 128 concurrent queries with intelligent caching.

Graphing in #PowerBI, updates for gateway and developer and more…
Quick round-up from GuyInaCube [T], a few words about few posts.

Azure SQL Data Warehouse and Azure Databricks: Now Even Better Together
How Azure SQL DW can cooperate with Azure Databricks and how to build modern big data analytics platform? A quick review of few scenarios.

Secure credential management for ETL workloads using Azure Key Vault and Data Factory
With Azure Key Vault, you can encrypt keys and small secrets like passwords that use keys. Azure Data Factory is now integrated with Azure Key Vault.

Big Data and Analytics: Incorporate Intelligence into your Applications
Follow these interactive scenarios to find out how incorporating AI into your applications can improve your bigdata and analytics.

Concurrency Week: How to Delete Just Some Rows from a Really Big Table
Deleting a batch of rows might be painful. Check this Brent Ozar’s post how to relieve this pain.

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Data Architect, MCSE Data Platform, MS BI Developer, Member of PLSSUG, co-organizer of SQLDay, speaker. Happy husband & father. #SQLFamily member.

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