Last Week Reading (2019-02-24)

Last Week Reading (2019-02-24)

Hello folks! This time quick review about Kubernetes, containers, automatic deployment of Data Factory and few things about Power BI. It’s gonna be a tough week: SQLBits starts on Wednesday! See you there?

Press

Building A Kubernetes Cluster For SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters, Part 3: Big Data Cluster Creation
I have just found this post on Chris Adkin’s (T) blog and feel that must read the whole series.

Active Directory, Windows Containers and SQL Server
Michal (T) presents pretty handy and not so easy solution as he could have seen at first glance.

Continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) in Azure Data Factory using DevOps and GitHub
Rayis Imayev (T) explains the deployment of ADF step by step.

Power BI architecture Diagram v4
Dusty (T) has updated his diagram adding Power BI Dataflows and more feature that are or will be available.

Incremental refresh & query folding
Do verify when a folding might not happen with an incremental refresh.

ASF 019: Simon Whiteley interview
The latest podcast is still warm and fresh. Check out my conversation with Simon about ADF, SSIS, Azure SQL DW and other things.

SQL Saturday #829 in Pordenone on Twitter
I have been there last weekend. Big thanks to my Italian friends for having me!

Microsoft a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Analytics and BI Platforms for 12 consecutive years
Microsoft is really far away from its competitors now.

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Video: Dragonflies Turned Into Spy Drones

Smile Corner


source: DBI
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