Modern datawarehouse, fancy services, all working perfectly fine during demos and tutorials, but in reality things can get quite interesting. Join me in this session to learn the not-so-pretty things I had to handle implementing a solution that needs to move data from on-prem, push it to a datalake, transform through data factory and query with databricks.
Ivan Donev is a renowned expert in the world of Microsoft Data Platform technology who worked for companies like HP and Microsoft. Currently he is a Data Platform Solution Architect and trainer in Inspirit Bulgaria, working on projects and training both in Bulgaria and the Nordics. Ivan is a certified professional in Administration, Development, Data Science and Business Intelligence. He often shares his passion and knowledge on Microsoft Data Platform on international conferences such as SQL Nexus (2016), SQL Saturdays, Azure Bootcamps as well as user groups.
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