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I’m not the only one who’s been busy sharing news and content this weekend about the integration of Power BI dataflows and Azure data services. Check out these additional resources and share the news.
- Power BI Blog: This is the main Power BI announcement for the availability of Power BI dataflows integration with Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2.
- Azure SQL Data Warehouse Blog: This is the main Azure announcement for the new integration capabilities, with lots of links to additional information for data professionals.
- End-to-end CDM Tutorial on GitHub: This is the big one! Microsoft has published an end to end tutorial that includes Azure Data Factory, Azure Databricks, Azure SQL Data Warehouse, Azure SQL Database, and Azure Machine Learning.
- CDM Documentation for ADLSg2: This is the official documentation for the Common Data Model including the model.json metadata file created for Power BI dataflows.
If you’re as excited as I am about today’s announcements, you’ll want to take the time to read all of these posts and to work through the tutorial as well. And probably do a happy dance of some sort.
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