Getting Started with Azure Data Factory

Target Audience:

Data integration (SSIS, DataStage, Informatica, etc.) developers, DBAs, cloud enthusiasts.

Abstract:

I begin by creating a Data Factory in Azure, exploring two options: using the interface provided at the Azure portal (cleverly registered as portal.azure.com) and PowerShell scripts known as Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates generated from the Azure portal.

I lead you on an expedition inside the ADF portal – navigating the Overview, Author, and Monitoring pages – surfacing what’s where, what’s it for, how to use it in real life. I survey ADF constituents; pipelines, datasets, connections, linked servers, and triggers.

I demonstrate how to build a simple pipeline, popping through the list of available activities and demonstrating as many as time will allow.

Why I Want to Present This Session:

I am an experienced data integration developer, but that’s not why you should vote for (or attend) this presentation. You should vote for / attend this session because I *love* data integration. I’ve been doing this kind of work for decades, before I even knew the proper term for this kind of work.

Plus, my goal is to leave it all on the field.

Additional Resources:

https://andyleonard.blog/?s=ADF

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Andy Leonard is Chief Data Engineer at Enterprise Data & Analytics, creator of the DILM (Data Integration Lifecycle Management) Suite, author / co-author of twelve books, technical trainer, blogger, dad, grandfather, and recovering chicken farmer.

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