Two of the essential services in the Azure Data story - Azure Data Factory v2 and Azure Databricks – are fairly easy to take in use in development, but how do you actually deploy to production with them? Join Pasi Huuhka as he walks through the inner workings of these services, how to automate their deployments and troubleshoot them when you run into issues. Sprinkled with real world experience, the session will go through the best development practices, suggested ARM template structures, deployment pipelines and much more! After this presentation you too are ready to create your own functional CI/CD flow for your data services.
Pasi Huuhka is a DevOps professional, MCSE and MCT with a background as a cloud architect, systems administrator and a project manager. He has been working with Microsoft products since 2013 and has broad knowledge of Azure services ranging from IaaS all the way to serverless offerings. Along the years he has had the opportunity of developing software and automating deployments for 20+ customers ranging from startups to large enterprises. His current focus is on DevOps and application development on Azure, with an added goal of learning while teaching others.
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