This is part two of a series of blogs for Databricks Delta Live tables.In part one of the blog we have discussed the basic concepts and terminology related to Databricks Delta Live tables. In this blog, we will learn how to implement Databricks Delta Live Table in three easy steps.
In this blog, I have discussed the Databricks Lakehouse platform and its Architecture. What are the challenges involved in building the data pipelines and how Databricks Delta Live Table solves them?
How Delta live table offers ease of development and treats your data as a code. With Delta Live tables now, you can build reliable maintenance-free pipelines with excellent workflow capabilities.
We will learn the different concepts and terminology used in Delta Live tables and its unique monitoring capabilities.
In this blog, I have discussed how to implement lineage, insights (reporting), and monitoring capabilities in Microsoft Purview.
First, we will understand what Lineage is and why it is important. Then, we will understand Purview’s insights capabilities and how purview provides the unique capabilities of reporting for Assets, Scans, Glossary, classification, and Sensitivity Labels.
Finally, we will gain knowledge on why it is important to monitor the purview environment and how to monitor it based on best practices.
In this blog we have discussed Microsoft Purview Search, Glossary and classification capabilities with three demo scenarios.
In this blog we will learn how to register and scan ADLS Gen 2 and Azure SQL Database in Microsoft Purview
Azure Kubernetes Services is the fastest way to use Kubernetes on Azure. Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) manages the hosted Kubernetes environment, making it easy to deploy and manage containerized applications without requiring any container orchestration expertise. It also improves the agility, scalability, and availability of your containerized workloads. Azure DevOps streamlines AKS operations by providing continuous build and deployment capabilities.
In this blog, we will use Azure DevOps to deploy a containerized ASP.NET Core web application to an AKS cluster. The steps used in this blog can be used to deploy any application to AKS. The entire end-to-end demo is available in the video link provided in the blog.
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This blog discusses Azure security design and consideration for securing access to Azure Services.