Microsoft Fabric Updates Blog

Dataflows gen 2 data destinations and managed settings

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”

Easily implement data mesh architecture with domains in Fabric

Today, organizations are experiencing massive growth in the volume of data they handle. As a result, they face an ever increasing need to be able to organize and manage that data in a logical way that facilitates targeted usage and efficient governance. To meet this challenge, organizations are shifting away from traditional IT-centric data architectures, … Continue reading “Easily implement data mesh architecture with domains in Fabric”

Fabric Changing the game: Using your own library with Microsoft Fabric

Unlock the Power of Reusing Your Library in the Lakehouse with This Step-by-Step Guide. Fabric provides you with different options to build your analytics solution. If you decide to use Lakehouse and code your solution with Python you may want to reuse some functions and reuse certain business logic across your code. Once your library … Continue reading “Fabric Changing the game: Using your own library with Microsoft Fabric”

Data Warehouse SKU Guardrails for Burstable Capacity

We are excited to announce that SKU guardrails for burstable capacity is now active for Data Warehouse and SQL Endpoint on Microsoft Fabric. Burstable Capacity A Fabric capacity is a distinct pool of resources that’s size (or SKU) determines the amount of computational power available. Warehouse and SQL Endpoint provide burstable capacity that allows workloads … Continue reading “Data Warehouse SKU Guardrails for Burstable Capacity”

From RabbitMQ to PowerBI reports with Microsoft Fabric Real-Time Analytics

In this blog I’ll show you an End-to-End scenario, where you can send humidity and temperature telemetry data from RabbitMQ to a KQL Database in Microsoft Fabric. You will be using an Eventstream to orchestrate the data streaming. Once your data is in a KQL Database, you’ll be able to visualize it in PowerBI to … Continue reading “From RabbitMQ to PowerBI reports with Microsoft Fabric Real-Time Analytics”