Last Week Reading (2021-11-28)

Last Week Reading (2021-11-28)

? Press

SynapseML: A simple, multilingual, and massively parallel machine learning library
Microsoft just announced the release of SynapseML (previously known as MMLSpark)

SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) support for Azure Blob Storage (preview)
SFTP for BLOB Storage? Nice.

The best practices for organizing Synapse workspaces and lakehouses
Not workspaces only, but also storage, folders and lakehouses

Service Endpoints and Private Link – What’s the difference?
Networking is not easy these days.

Power BI Performance Tuning Cheatsheet!

Introducing SQL Server 2022: Top 3 New Features Announced at Microsoft Ignite

How Machine Learning has been used within the Music Industry

Ingestion and Processing Layers in Azure Data Lakehouse

Microsoft makes Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6 generally available

Execute a Fail activity in Azure Data Factory and Synapse Analytics

Personal Wi-Fi safety tips

? Upcoming events

Festive Tech Calendar 2021
1 Dec – 31 Dec 2021

Techorama 2022
May 23-25

Data & AI Summit 2021
All sessions and keynotes are available on demand.

? A word from Microsoft’s CEO

? Video

500-Level Guide to Career Internals: Building a Brand – Brent Ozar

? Smile Corner

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