Last week reading (2018-09-16)

Last week reading (2018-09-16)

Unlock petabyte-scale datasets in Azure with aggregations in Power BI
Now petabyte-scale datasets in Azure is possible – watch how aggregations feature in Power BI works.

Introducing Azure DevOps
Call me Azure DevOps from now, said VSTS.

When to use CmdletBinding in PowerShell?
…and how this is tied with Write-Verbose?

CosmosDB 2.1.7.675
This module provides cmdlets for working with Azure Cosmos DB database, collections, documents, attachments, offers, users, permissions, triggers, stored procedures and user defined functions.

Power BI Desktop September 2018 Feature Summary
Built-in report theme options, Copy value and selection from table & matrix, and much more!

Power BI and the On-premises Data Gateway: What is it?

 

Previous SQLDay 2018
Next NotFound Status Code when working with ADFv2 via AzureRM.DataFactoryV2 PowerShell module

About author

Kamil Nowinski
Kamil Nowinski 107 posts

Blogger, speaker. Data Platform MVP, MCSE. Senior Data Engineer & data geek. Member of Data Community Poland, co-organizer of SQLDay, Happy husband & father.

View all posts by this author →

You might also like

Last week reading (2018-12-02)

Hello folks, This is a quick roundup of Internet posts from last week. Have a good reading! Create and configure a self-hosted integration runtime This solution allows you integrate your

Azure Data Lake 2 Comments

Functions in the USQL – the hidden gem in the Summer 2017 Update

Hello SQL Folks. We all love USQL for its great extensibility and how it makes our life easier in some particular “area of data”. There are a lot of things

Last Week Reading 0 Comments

Last week reading (2017-12-03)

Induction This is a new series. Posts in that series as summary of last week reading. So long I was thinking about it whether is it good idea to post

0 Comments

No Comments Yet!

You can be first to comment this post!

Leave a Reply

73 + = 78

Protected with IP Blacklist CloudIP Blacklist Cloud