Creating a Microsoft fabric end to end solution

English Intermediate DATA & AI

Tired of disruptive data silos and the challenges of creating effective data warehousing? Microsoft Fabric promises a comprehensive solution, offering an impressive range of analytics capabilities, including data engineering, integration, real-time analytics, and business intelligence, all in one package. It features key components like Power BI, Synapse, and Data Factory, catering to professionals across the data spectrum. The highlight is OneLake, a central architectural component of Microsoft Fabric, designed to foster collaboration among data professionals, paving the way for a new era of data-driven success. In this session we will be building an end to end solution starting from ingesting data into a lakehouse and visualising the same in Power BI


Indira Bandari

Data Platform MVP | Senior Data and BI Consultant

I have a Masters degree in Statistics and have over 18 years of experience in designing and developing datawarehouses and analytical solutions. I am a co-organiser of the NZ Business Intelligence - Power BI User Group and Auckland Artificial Intelligence Meetups. I am also an international Speaker at various events and conferences. Volunteering and sharing my knowledge is my passion. In my pass time I teach game development for primary school kids. I have started teaching about databases and Power BI to 10 -15 year old kids and amaze myself at the creativity the younger generation is capable of

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