Microsoft Fabric, an end-to-end Saas cloud-based analytics platform, has many workloads and objects. One of the Objects is called Data Warehouse, or in short, Warehouse. In this article, I’ll explain what the Data Warehouse in Microsoft Fabric is and how it works, and I will show you an example of it in action. Video Microsoft Read more about What is Microsoft Fabric Data Warehouse?[…]
Dataflow is the data transformation service in Power BI, and also some other Power Platform services. Data Warehouse is the cloud storage and also compute engine for data. I often get this question that: “Now that we have dataflow in Power BI, should we not use the Data warehouse? What are the differences? which is Read more about Power BI Dataflow vs Data Warehouse: Which one to choose?[…]
I’ve hear this question many times; “Do you think we need a date dimension?”. some years ago, date dimension has been used more, but nowadays less! The main reason is that there are some tools that are using their own built-in date hierarchy. As an example Power BI has a built-in date hierarchy that is Read more about Do You Need a Date Dimension?[…]
Thanks to all attendees to my webinar today, with more than 400 registration I’m thrilled to say this very first RADACAD webinar was a successful step towards regular free webinars. If you are interested in future webinars please stay tuned, we will announce them all in our events page. Today’s webinar was about ETL Incremental Read more about ETL Incremental Load with SSIS; Q&A and Recording[…]
Business Intelligence is hot topics still after years of first appearance of the world in the job market. Term changed many times; Data Warehouse, Business Intelligence, Data Analysis, and Cloud BI…. BI related jobs are still high paid jobs in the market. Demand for BI is pretty high, and number of BI professionals is not that high. So it creates a niche market section for high demand jobs with high salaries. On the other hand BI is not something out of the blue for DBAs, Database Developers, Software Developers, and many IT professionals. Most of software developers build reports and analysis elements on their everyday activities. However that experience in report writing and analysis isn’t that much helpful for them if they want to step into BI jobs. For getting into BI market, you don’t only need experience in report writing, but you also need conceptual and architectural points of BI and DW systems, understanding components of BI, and learning tools of it.