Last Week Reading (2019-02-03)

Last Week Reading (2019-02-03)

Press

Webinar Follow-Up: Top 4 Data Technology Trends for DBAs in 2019
Very interesting discussion panel led by Kevin Kline from SentryOne with his guests: Mark Allison, David Klee, and Chrissy LeMaire)

Announcing the general availability of Query Store for Azure SQL Data Warehouse
Just turn it on for your Azure SQL DWH.

Free Downloads for Powerful SQL Server Management
Brent Ozar gathered the most popular scripts & tools in one place.

PowerShell export Databricks workspace items – recurse
If you want to build your CI/CD for Databricks Notebook – recursively export all items with PowerShell module.

Cloning Databases with PSDatabaseClone
Sander Stad will show that you can clone a database without any additional tools.

FAQs About Organizing a Data Lake
Melissa Coates answers for common questions about how to organise the files in your Storage Account.

Ask SQL Family – SQL Player’s show on Stitcher
I’m happy to announce that “Ask SQL Family” podcast is available on Stitcher platform since this week. Enjoy listening!

Welcome to Michal Sadowski
Again, I’d like to warmly welcome to the new member of SQLPlayer blog: . Michal, good luck with all your plans for this year!

A word from Microsoft’s CEO

Video: Bringing AI to the edge: Azure Cognitive Services in Containers

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