More than one third of the World’s population is under lockdown. We’re living through extraordinary times, with a severe threat to global health, leading to extreme pressure on our healthcare system and we haven't yet started to understand the economic impact.
In Part 3 of this blog series we briefly mentioned the two methods to access the Azure Databricks web interface, either through the "Launch Workspace" icon in the portal or via a URL. But now let's think about other users.
In Part 3 of this blog series we will look at configuring Azure Databricks. You can read the initial installation guide in Part 2.
In Part 2 of this blog series we will look at deploying Azure Databricks. You can read an introduction to the technology in Part 1.
Welcome to this series of blog posts on Azure Databricks, where we will look at how to get productive with this technology. In Part 1, as with any good series, we will start with a gentle introduction.
Are you fearful of migrating to a new data visualisation solution or hosting data in the cloud? The power of Power BI is too much to ignore and offers many security features to ease your concerns.
At Coeo we are seeing increasing numbers of customers take their first steps towards modernising their data platforms by moving workloads to the public cloud. Here is our quick guide to the options available:
Technology has a reputation for rapid innovation and disruption - market momentum has never been felt more strongly in cloud data and analytics than anywhere else. Multi-year strategic investment from all major cloud platforms in cloud data services means capability, performance and choice has..
It doesn't seem that long ago when the DTU model was the only way of purchasing Azure SQL Database. In the last year Microsoft has announced some significant changes in the way we can buy it. Earlier in the year I blogged about the introduction of the vCore purchasing model, which provides..
Update February 2020: Azure SQL Data Warehouse is now part of the Azure Synapse analytics service.
Recently I was asked what the difference was between Azure SQL Database (SQLDB) and Azure SQL Data Warehouse (SQLDW). If you connect to them both via Management Studio there doesn't seem to be much..