Data Exfiltration Protection (DEP) is a feature that enables additional restrictions on the ability of Azure Synapse Analytics to connect to other services – enabling you to further secure your Azure Synapse Analytics deployment.
As a data engineer, we often hear terms like Data Lake, Delta Lake, and Data Lakehouse, which might be confusing at times. In this blog we’ll demystify these terms and talk about the differences of each of the technologies and concepts, along with scenarios of usage for each.
We are excited to announce the preview availability of Apache Spark™ 3.3 on Synapse Analytics. The essential changes include features which come from upgrading Apache Spark to version 3.3.1 and upgrading Delta Lake to version 2.1.0.
Continuing the series of Demystifying Data Explorer, in this blog, let’s take a look at the various ways of retrieving, consuming and visualizing data from Azure Synapse Data Explorer.
MSSparkUtils is a built-in package to help you easily perform common tasks called Microsoft Spark utilities. It is like a Swiss knife inside of the Synapse Spark environment.
We want to thank each and every one of you for being a part of the Azure Synapse Community! 2022 was a big year for us.
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