We are very excited to announce a lot of new improvements to data destinations in dataflows gen 2. Here is an overview of the new improvements and how to get started. After you have cleaned and prepared your data with dataflows gen 2, you want to land your data into a destination. This is possible … Continue reading “Dataflows gen 2 data destinations and managed settings”
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Sean Mirabile | Sr. Program Manager | Microsoft Fabric CAT Special thanks to all of the technical reviewers: Kevin Lee, Bret Myers, Sundar Easwaran, and Mallikarjun Appani Content Introduction Blog 1: ADLS Gen2 Event Triggers (on create) Data Pipeline Settings The Get Metadata Activity YouTube Video Complete Data Pipeline JSON Introduction Welcome to the blog … Continue reading “Fabric Data Pipelines – Advanced Scheduling Techniques (Part 1)”
We are very excited to announce that as of today, the VNET Data Gateway is now generally available to support production workloads. The VNET data gateway is a network security offering that lets you connect your Azure and other data services to Microsoft Fabric and the Power Platform. You can run Dataflow Gen2, Power BI … Continue reading “VNET Data Gateway for Fabric and Power BI is now Generally Available”
During November 2023, we unveiled the public preview of Copilot in Microsoft Fabric. This preview includes Copilot for Power BI, Data Factory and Data Science & Data Engineering. Since then, we have been gradually rolling this feature out and today, we are excited to announce that our Copilot preview is now available to all customers! With the Copilot preview, Microsoft … Continue reading “Copilot in Fabric (preview) is available worldwide “
Microsoft Fabric provides a cloud-scale data warehouse to store your analytical data for dashboards and historical reporting. In Fabric Data Factory, there are a number of ways to query data, retrieve data, and execute commands from your warehouse using pipeline activities that can then be easily automated for unattended background execution. I’ll go left-to-right from … Continue reading “Automate Fabric Data Warehouse Queries and Commands with Data Factory”