Welcome to another edition of our Azure Every Day mini-series on Databricks. In this post, I’ll walk you through creating a key vault and setting it up to work with Databricks. I’ve created a video demo where I will show you how to: set up a Key Vault, create a notebook, connect to a database, and run a query.
Do you want to learn more about Cosmos DB for SQL Server Admins and Developers? In a recent webinar you’ll get a quick outline of Cosmos DB, Microsoft’s multi-model database service, and why to use it. Cosmos DB is:
Is there a simple process for converting your existing datasets into a dataflow? The answer is yes, and I’ll share some tips here for doing this in the Power BI Service without having to do a lot of rework.
Security is crucial and at the forefront of everyone’s minds in business, especially if you’re a DBA. Of course, everyone should be mindful of security but for the DBA, it’s your job. The DBA is typically thought of as the gatekeeper of business data and we all know that the amount of data is growing in leaps and bounds.
Azure SQL Data Warehouse (DW) has been improving its capabilities day-by-day. This relational database platform used by Microsoft is known to be faster and cheaper than other major cloud data warehouse solutions.
Database security is of utmost importance and today I’d like to tell you about Advanced Threat Protection for Azure Database. SQL Advanced Threat Protection (ADP) is a unified package for advanced SQL Server and security capabilities that can be accessed and managed via the central ADP portal.