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Are you learning Data Pipelines for the first time? Share your experiences!
Hey everyone, happy Monday! Data Pipelines are a really useful (and powerful) tool, and used by many different personas in Fabric (from Data Engineers, Analytics Engineers, Data Scientists and sometimes Power BI Developers), but they can be a little difficult to learn for the first time. I'm designing some course content and tutorials specifically for people learning Data Pipelines, and I want to hear your experiences. I would LOVE to hear your perspective on: 1. How has your experience been so far learning Data Pipelines? 2. What have you learnt so far? How have you approached your learning so far? 3. What did you struggle to understand so far? 4. What are you hoping to learn in the future (related to Data Pipelines)? THANKS SO MUCH for your engagement - it really helps to fine-tune future courses 🙌🙂
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👋 New joiner? WELCOME! Two things for your first day...
1. 📖 GET UP TO SPEED: Read everything in here: #Welcome to the community! - it's a short course to help you understand the community, why it exists, what you can do here, and the community guidelines. 2. 🤝 INTRODUCE YOURSELF! We're a friendly bunch, all with the goal of learning Fabric. Not sure what to say? You can use the template below: Hi, I'm ___, I'm from ___, I work in/ as a ___ I'm really interested in learning more about _______ ? Thank you for engaging and joining us on this exciting learning journey! 🙏 Will
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Migrate existing Pipelines
Hi, I have just gone through the Power BI to Fabric Transition guide and there's a lot of very useful info in there, thank you. One thing I think is missing and I need to understand is the migration of existing ADF Pipelines, if I am already running these and loading data into an Azure SQL DB, do I migrate them into the Fabric world? It would seem to make sense to look at these and add some DQ checks similar to the ones you shared, but wondering if I am missing something? Thanks Gary
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Pipeline design from source to bronze
Hi everyone, I need to get data from an on prem sql server to my bronze layer. Would you recommend loading the files as parquet in the files section or as tables in my Lakehouse? I initially opted for tables seeing i'm dealing with structured data, but after seeing the video on data validation I am in doubt whether I need to use files instead. Was thinking I could also build a data validation notebook in my silver Lakehouse. That I can perform the validation in Silver instead of in Bronze.
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Using Fabric to Freelance
Hello community, any advice would be appreciated. As a freelancer looking to build a data infrastructure for businesses (doing the same services) I want to make use of Fabric. What Microsoft products would I need to subscribe to and or have licensing to? The end product would be for these different business users to only have access to their own data through PBI reports. Each business will pay for a PBI Pro license. I understand Fabric from an enterprise level where Azure and Microsoft 365 licenses has been setup for employees, so the administrator can just give access to groups or individuals and so on. But if one would like to start from zero and scale over time, where would you start?
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