Chris Testa-O’Neill takes a look at how you can enable scaling within Azure Data Warehouse, as well as how to pause and resume compute.
Bringing Microsoft’s enterprise database engine, SQL Server, to the Linux operating system was no simple task. So just what has Microsoft done, why, and how?
In this preview for the upcoming SQLBits, which takes place between the 5th and 8th April, Chris Testa-O’Neill takes a look at data movement within Azure Data Factory.
The TechNet Pod is a monthly podcast that rounds up everything that’s been happening on Microsoft UK’s technical channels, including TechNet UK, @MSDevUK and @TechNetUK. This month, we talk Linux in our interview with Matt Saunders and Jack Moore, two co-organisers of London DevOps.
Chris Testa-O’Neill, a Features Engineer in the Analytics and Data Science team at Microsoft, takes a look at creating instances in Azure Data Factory. This is a preview for his talk at the upcoming SQLBits, which takes place between the 5th and 8th April. Be sure to check it out!
Gavin Payne builds on his article from last month about the common components of a Business Intelligence (BI) platform and focuses on a service to host one of them – the enterprise data warehouse (EDW).
Are you a DBA looking to catch up on SQL Server 2012 or 2014? We’ve got some great videos that will help you skill up.
We’re pleased to announce the general availability of SQL Server 2016, the world’s first relational database to be “born cloud-first”.
In the age of big data, R is rapidly becoming the leading programming language in statistics and data science.
Still using SQL Server 2008 R2 or SQL Server 2012? SQLBits’ Chris Testa-O’Neill shares a list of videos that can help you catch up on the top three features of SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server 2014 from a BI perspective.