Last week reading (2018-08-26)

Last week reading (2018-08-26)

Processing Petabytes of Data in Seconds with Databricks Delta
Delta is a unified data management system that brings data reliability and performance optimizations to cloud data lakes.

Monitor Azure Data Factory pipelines using Operations Management Suite
Now you can send your data factory metrics to Operations and Management (OMS) Suite. Check how to achieve that (video).

Azure Storage, How fast are disks?
My teammate Ed [T] has done a very well investigation and tested the productivity of various discs in Microsoft Azure. Check this out if you need Azure VM with very high IOPS or simply check what is enough for your needs.

Azure SQL Data Warehouse Gen2 now generally available in France and Australia
Here you also have a full map of Gen2’s availability.

Python Episode 1 – A New hope
Python is dancing with Power BI. Many of us were waiting for that feature!

How to cause a simple spill to tempdb
Kendra Little [T] shows a quick demo sample to cause a spill. It works everywhere, not only in huge databases.

SQL Relay conference is coming
5 days, 5 conferences. Absolutely free! Registration opening soon!

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