Last Week Reading (2019-02-17)

Last Week Reading (2019-02-17)

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Power BI Desktop February 2019 Feature Summary
Preview of new Key Influencers visual and much more…

The February release of Azure Data Studio is now available
Extension packs are the coolest feature.

Get started quickly using templates in Azure Data Factory
This is a big step forward in ADF. It also applies to (Mapping) Data Flow.

Protecting SQL Server Data Using Static Data Masking
Greg Larsen (T) explains various data masking methods and presents how to mask a database with SSMS.

How fast can a $5,436/mo Azure SQL DB Hyperscale load data?
“it’s like they discovered a new species, not like they wrote the code themselves” – Brent (T) said.

Power Query Source (Preview)
This new connection has appeared in SSIS which can be used in ADF via IR (Integration Runtime). I’m waiting for this in ADF.

Deeper integration and new connector for SSIS in ADF
The step-by-step manual shows how to leverage the Power Query in ADF.

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Video: Azure Cognitive Services improves citizen engagement

Smile Corner

 

Previous ASF 019 video invitation
Next Speaking at SQLBits in March 2019

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