Understanding Organizational Insights using Microsoft Graph Data Connect

 
English Intermediate Analytics

Developers are trying to do more in the realm of insights and intelligence and analytics using the Office 365 Data. However, they would need to make thousands and thousands of Microsoft Graph call on behalf of user to fetch the data for analysis. In this session I will provide the detailed walk through demo of how this data can be extracted using Azure Synapse with Microsoft Graph Data connect. Data Connect allows developers to develop applications for analytics, intelligence, and business process optimization by extending Microsoft 365 data into Azure.

Speaker

Abhijeet Jadhav

Microsoft MVP - Office 365 Development

Microsoft Certified Azure Architect, Blogger, Speaker, PMP Certified Professional with 16+ years of experience. Abhijeet is a Microsoft MVP in Office 365 Development for the year 2020-2021. He loves exploring and sharing knowledge in MS Azure, Office 365 development, and the modern digital workplace. Specialized to utilize modern technologies in building customized business solutions and have been instrumental in multiple Enterprise solutions. A Technology evangelist who is keen to learn new technologies and believes in the power of sharing the knowledge achieved by contributing through multiple mediums. He has also validated his knowledge by following certifications: AZ-300 ,AZ-301, MCP in C#, PMP, 70-346, 70-332, 70-667, 70-573, 70-542, 70-630, 70-631 An active member of Global Power Rangers Community (2652 Members) to empower Citizen developers An active contributor of C# corner community Has participated in a large number of globally distributed projects, accompanying top Pharma companies in their digital transformation process, performing and leading Modern Workplace implementations and integration projects. His transparency and clarity on topics have helped him resolve complex business problems with a simple approach. His creativity, automation, and perspectives have helped clients to be more agile, responsive, and competitive.

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