Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, or MVPs, are technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community. They are always on the "bleeding edge" and have an unstoppable urge to get their hands on new, exciting technologies. They have very deep knowledge of Microsoft products and services, while also being able to bring together diverse platforms, products and solutions, to solve real world problems. To learn about the Microsoft MVP Award and to find MVPs visit the official website: https://mvp.microsoft.com/.
The Azure Synapse Analytics team presents you with a blog series "Azure Synapse MVP Corner" to highlight selected content created by MVPs.
Description: This article describes how to use the data lake rest API to perform file move operations to avoid having to use ADF. This provides cost savings and much faster performance on large files when using ADF or synapse workspace to move files.
Description: In this blog are all the SQLBits training day and general sessions that involve Synapse. There’s a variety of Synapse sessions from Dedicated SQL Pools, to Power BI and Synapse integration, Serverless SQL Pools, Data Architecture, and much more.
Description: In this blog part 1 of 2 on source control, we’ll look at how to integrate Azure Synapse Analytics into Azure DevOps Git. This forms part of the skill measured “Commit code and artefacts to a source control repository in Azure Synapse Analytics” for the DP500 Azure Enterprise Data Analyst certification.
Description: In this Azure Synapse Analytics video we'll be looking at creating a Synapse Link for Dataverse between Dynamics 365 Sales and Azure Synapse Analytics to enable automatic data synchronisation. We'll then query this data using Serverless SQL Pools.
Description: The article should provide you with a better understanding of what is happening behind the scenes once you run the T-SQL query in Serverless SQL. It should also give you a hint about the difference in performance and costs, based on the file type you’re dealing with.
Description: If you remove for example a trigger in development then it won't be removed in other environments by the deployment task. This could mess up your ETL/ELT process. This post shows how to empty your Synapse workspace before deployment to get rid of old components like pipelines, linked services and triggers.
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