Last week reading (2018-07-15)

Last week reading (2018-07-15)

Structured Streaming with Databricks into Power BI & Cosmos DB
Giuliano Rapoz (Microsoft) is showing the concept of Structured Streaming with all these puzzles.

Lightning fast query performance with Azure SQL Data Warehouse
The post shows how the shuffling speed has improved using SQL DW instant data movement mode.

Azure sets new performance benchmarks with SQL Data Warehouse
Have a look at 30TB TPC-H Benchmark results  for Azure SQL DW and Amazon Redshift.

New Azure #CosmosDB Explorer now in public preview
If you work with Cosmos DB this tool might me useful.

Predicate Pushdown and why should I care?
Understand better (or ever) the differences between Number of Rows Read, Estimated Number of Rows to be Read and Estimated Number of Rows.

Previous SQL Saturday #730 Manchester (pictures)
Next ASF 012: Rob Sewell interview

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