Microsoft has launched a lot of servicess in the data and analytics space the last years. And it has become pretty clear that their vision for this space is encompassing and solid. Join me in this session to see why this combination of services and capabilities puts them ahead of the competition. There is also a discussion on low code/no code vs full code...
Johan Ludvig Brattås is a principal solution architect at Capgemini, and a dedicated community guy. He has worked with MS SQL server since late 1999, mostly with BI in one form or another. Since 2015, most of his work has been in Azure working on data platform services, IoT, Stream Analytics and Snowflake. Combining his passion for MS SQL Server with his passion for sharing knowledge, he started speaking at various events in the SQL Community. This is also a way to give back to the community for all the things he has learned over the years. When not working, Johan Ludvig either spends his time with his kids, playing with new technology or teaching coeliacs how to bake glutenfree food.
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