Microsoft Fabric Experience

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We are starting to migrate some of the traditional BI projects that we currently have to Microsoft Fabric. The idea for this session is to share our current experience with Fabric and the talk about the potencial benefits of a unified architecture.


Orlando Almeida

Izertis Portugal. Data & Intelligence Business Director

With a degree in Business Information Management, Orlando Almeida started his career back in 2001 in one of the biggest consumer goods company in the world. And since then, has been implementing Business Intelligence (BI) solutions using Microsoft landscape as its “core” technology. In the last six years Orlando has been working in several projects, with a similar goal that was to create a “Unified view of data”. These projects consisted in creating a massive Datawarehouse, built in the Microsoft cloud (Azure), with all relevant information across the organizations. Since April 2021 Orlando is leading a Business Intelligence team across Portugal and Spain delivering all kind of BI projects based on Azure Cloud.

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