In the last few blogs in the Data Factory series using Fabric, we learnt how to interact with data pipelines and Data flows in Data Factory. In this blog, let us continue to explore a little more deeper. We will see a new concept on how to do the incremental load in data pipelines, load
In our last Data Factory series using Fabric blog, we saw how to create a Dataflow in Data Factory to load the data from Web API connector to warehouse. We also discussed how to load the CSV files to a warehouse. In this blog, let’s explore a new use case. In this article, we will
In our last Data Factory series using Fabric, we saw how to create a basic pipeline which copies the data from Microsoft Azure Blob Storage to Lakehouse with auto mail alert. In this article, let’s explore our knowledge on creating a Dataflow in Data Factory to load the data from Web API connector to warehouse.
Create Pipeline in Data Factory to Copy Data from Azure Blob Storage to Lakehouse with Auto Mail Implementation
In the last article in our Data Factory Series using Fabric, we had introduced the concept of Data Factory Fabric. In this article, let’s explore our knowledge on data pipelines by creating a basic pipeline which copies the data from Microsoft Azure Blob Storage to Lakehouse. For this use case, we will use Lakehouse which combines
Data Factory is the data integration component of Microsoft Fabric which brings the power of Azure Data Factory and Power Query Dataflows into one place.
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In this part 4 of the series of articles on Azure Synapse Analytics, we will take a detailed look at the predictive analytics capabilities of Synapse. Predictive analytics is a modeling technique of using statistical algorithms and machine learning (ML) techniques to ascertain future outcomes, based on the historical data.
In case you haven’t checked out, make sure to check out the Part 1 of this series of articles that covers the basics and features of Azure Synapse Analytics. The Part 2 of this series covers the detailed steps to create and manage an Azure Synapse Workspace. Continuing the series, in this article, we will take a deeper look into the benefits and limitations of Synapse Reporting.