KQL Tauchtraining

German Intermediate AI & Data

Azure Data Explorer stellt ein mächtiges Werkzeug zur effizienten Verarbeitung eventorientierter Daten zur Verfügung (Logs, Metriken, Sensoren). Ein praxisnahes Szenario liefert den Kontext, um Best Practices zur Erstellung skalierbarer Data Pipelines vorzustellen. Nach einem kurzen Überblick zur KQL Syntax und einfachen Operatoren, nutzen wir Functions, Update Policies und Materialized Views um eine vollständige Realtime Data Pipeline zu bauen. Der Fokus liegt auf praktischen Demos in der ADX WebUI unterstützt durch einige Slides zur besseren Orientierung.


Nikolaus Pohle

Solution Architect for data-intense and cloud-native applications at functional GmbH

A software engineer by trade, Niko co-founded functional in 2022 after serving 11 years as CTO for nurago (acquired by GfK SE) and 5 years as Head of Technology at Syncier (an Allianz Company). He has grown Data Engineering teams and built several data solutions in the Media Measurement and Insurance space. Niko holds degrees both in Information Management as well as in Media Management.

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