ADF – Continuous Integration & Deployment with Azure DevOps

ADF – Continuous Integration & Deployment with Azure DevOps

Building CI/CD process for Azure Data Factory is not quite straightforward. Furthermore, there are a few different methods of doing that. Before we begin doing that, we must set up git repository associated with ADF, understand what’s the differences between save and publish, and why new branch appears.
The basic knowledge of ARM templates also would be beneficial.
During this video, I will explain one of the methods recommended by Microsoft.

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