- Paperback: 284 pages
- Publisher: Packt Publishing (31 May 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1789137624
- ISBN-13: 978-1789137620
- Product Dimensions: 19 x 1.6 x 23.5 cm
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Hands-On Data Warehousing with Azure Data Factory: ETL techniques to load and transform data from various sources, both on-premises and on cloud Paperback – Import, 31 May 2018
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Christian Cote has been in IT for more than 12 years. He is an MS-certified technical specialist in business intelligence (MCTS-BI). For about 10 years, he has been a consultant in ETL/BI projects. His ETL projects have used various ETL tools and plain code with various RDBMSes (such as Oracle and SQL Server). He is currently working on his sixth SSIS implementation in 4 years.
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I was happy to find that every exercise in the book succeeded. Following the instructions in each chapter, I ran my jobs to success. Now, that said, I did run into a few challenges. Chapter 4, Azure Data Lake, requires a Service Principal Id and Authentication. The book points readers to Microsoft documentation for this. I spent a day online before getting this to work. I also ran into a couple of hurdles with delimiters in the sample data. One dataset is .csv and has a City, ST field that needs to be worked around for proper processing. You will have to tweak the DataBricks queries a bit. Easy enough to fix but beware that your solution must preserve this column in tact as you will be joining on this field in the final PowerBI report for Chapter 7.
Hands-on Data Warehousing is full of useful tips/tricks/steps that get you going with ADF v2. It was great for me as a beginner and saved many hours (days) of online tutorials and research. I finished the book in 1 week. If you need a jump-start on Data Factory, this does the job and the few hurdles keep you aware of what you are trying to achieve. The last chapter brings all your effort together for a nice finish. 4-Stars.