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Data Adventures

My personal journey in an intricate world of data and continuous effort to make it more structured and well understood can be found in this blog.

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Archives: February 2019

Continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) in Azure Data Factory using DevOps and GitHub

(2019-Feb-18) With Azure Data Factory (ADF) continuous integration, you help your team to collaborate and develop data transformation solutions within the same data factory workspace and maintain your combined development efforts in a central code repository. Continuous delivery helps to build and deploy your ADF solution for testing…

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Posted in Data Adventures on 18 February 2019

Creating custom solution templates in Azure Data Factory

(2019-Feb-11) Azure Data Factory (ADF) provides you with a framework for creating data transformation solutions in the Microsoft cloud environment. Recently introduced Template Gallery for ADF pipelines can speed up this development process and provide you with helpful information to create additional activity tasks in your pipelines.

We naturally long to…

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Posted in Data Adventures on 11 February 2019

Developing pipelines in Azure Data Factory using Template gallery

(2019-Feb-08) I often see demos of Azure Data Factory (ADF) development techniques with a modest set of activity tasks and not very complex logic for a data transformation process. Knowing more about ADF capability may generate additional interest to learn and start creating data transformation projects within this platform; additionally,…

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Posted in Data Adventures on 8 February 2019

Azure Data Factory integration with GitHub

(2019-Feb-06) Working with Azure Data Factory (ADF) enables me to build and monitor my Extract Transform Load (ETL) workflows in Azure. My ADF pipelines is a cloud version of previously used ETL projects in SQL Server SSIS.

And prior to this point, all my sample ADF pipelines were developed in so-called…

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2 comments, 286 reads

Posted in Data Adventures on 6 February 2019