Last week reading (2018-11-18)

Last week reading (2018-11-18)

No, you don’t need a blockchain
Thomas LaRock (T) says: “Don’t buy a blockchain solution unless you know for certain you need one.”

Anatomy of a spool
Hugo (T) collected all (undocumented) details about all kind of spools in one place.

Creating a data hub for your analytics with PolyBase
More connectors for Polybase in SQL Server 2019 CTP 2.0.

Hybrid data movement across multiple Azure Data Factories | Azure Friday
Find out how to share a self-hosted Integration Runtime (IR) across multiple data factories.

Paul White Blog
Temporary site where Paul (T) put down his archival posts from SQLBlog.com

Interacting with SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters
Paul’s (Andrew, this time – T) quick overview.

How to handle SSRS multi-value parameter filtering in SQL Server Parallel Data Warehouse
Three limitations in Azure SQL DW which causing the issue.

20 Years Of Analysis Services
That’s right – it has happened on Friday, 16th of November. Can I say that Chris Webb (T) is a father?

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