Microsoft Fabric Content Hub Update November

by Nov 30, 2023

Stay up-to-date with the latest and most valuable content about Microsoft Fabric, all in one place!  From insightful articles and tutorials to engaging videos and community blogs, you’ll find a treasure trove of resources to deepen your understanding.

This time there was so much content, sorry if I missed yours. Attending Ignite in Person with some lack of sleep due a jet lag and following sessions was the main reason for.

Microsoft Fabric is now generally available

One of the most anticipated announcements at Ignite 2023 was the general availability of Microsoft Fabric, a unified data platform that enables organizations to prepare their data for AI innovation. Microsoft Fabric was first introduced at Microsoft Build 2023 as “perhaps the biggest launch of a data product from Microsoft since the launch of SQL Server”, according to Satya Nadella, CEO and Chairman of Microsoft.

Microsoft Fabric integrates Power BI, Azure Synapse Analytics, and Azure Data Factory into a single service, with a common capacity pricing model and a unified user experience. With Microsoft Fabric, users can access, analyze, transform, and govern their data across multiple sources and formats, using familiar tools and languages. Microsoft Fabric also supports the creation and consumption of foundation models, which are large-scale AI models that can be customized and applied to various domains and scenarios.

Microsoft Fabric has been adopted by thousands of organizations around the world, including 67 percent of the Fortune 500, since its preview announcement

InSpark Feature Partner for Microsoft Fabric

Proud to announce that my employer  InSpark | Innovate to Accelerate has been recognized by Microsoft and named on their list of Partners. Our hard work and dedication to onboarding customers on MicrosoftFabric has paid off, and we’re excited to continue this amazing journey. Let’s keep pushing the boundaries and achieving great things together!Fabric-Feature-Partner-InSpark

Latest Community blog posts:

What is Fabric DWH Bursting  – Project Controls blog (datamonkeysite.com)

Bursting and Smoothing – Yin and Yang of the Fabric Capacity! – Data Mozart (data-mozart.com)

Programmatically Creating, Managing Lakehouses in Fabric

Visualizing JSON Structure In Fabric Notebook

Microsoft Ignite 2023 – Fabric Round-up — Advancing Analytics

Demystifying the Data Lakehouse in Microsoft Fabric – justB smart

dbt Cloud is now available for Microsoft Fabric (getdbt.com)

Controlling Direct Lake Fallback Behavior (fabric.guru)

Delta Lake Change Data Feed in Fabric Lakehouses (serverlesssql.com)

Measure Maze: Visualizing Measure Dependencies Using Semantic Link & Network Analysis (fabric.guru)

Fabric : Engines Resource Consumption. – Project Controls blog (datamonkeysite.com)

Fabric Lakehouse Loading using Data Pipelines & Notebooks – Inspired by MS End-to-End Tutorials (serverlesssql.com)

Services that I recommend when working with Microsoft Fabric – Kevin Chant (kevinrchant.com)

Thoughts about the DP-600 exam for the new Microsoft Fabric certification – Kevin Chant (kevinrchant.com)

Spreading your SQL Server wings with Microsoft Fabric Data Warehouses – Kevin Chant (kevinrchant.com)

Debunking Myths and Embracing Innovation with Microsoft Fabric – Data – Marc (data-marc.com)

Kusto Query Language (KQL) Databases in Microsoft Fabric (mssqltips.com)

Copy Activity, Dataflows Gen2, and Notebooks vs. SharePoint Lists (datameerkat.com)

Understanding Storage Costs for Microsoft Fabric – The White Pages (bifocal.show)

Brian Bonk | KQL Data live copy to OneLake

Working with tables in Microsoft Fabric Lakehouse – Everything you need to know! – Data Mozart (data-mozart.com

CHANGE (IN THE HOUSE OF LAKES) – It’s Not About The Cell (itsnotaboutthecell.com)

Latest Video’s/ Podcasts:

(1302) Microsoft Fabric – YouTubee

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