Data holds secrets to insights that can transform your business – but only if you know where your data is and what it is. We’re talking data governance

in this episode of The Solutions Show with Corey. Pratik Verma joins Corey Sanders to share how datasprawl is easily and elegantly tamed by Azure Purview.


  • [00:00] Intro
  • [00:54] Why Data Governance is important
  • [02:32] What is Azure Purview
  • [03:47] Azure Purview demo 7:38 How Azure Purview helps Grundfos connect millions of files to empower predictive maintenance
  • [07:38] How Azure Purview helps Grundfos connect millions of files to empower predictive maintenance

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Python Simplified demonstrates how to create a fully-functional Python app step by step.

In this project, we will build a graphic user interface with the brand new Dear PyGui library!
We will connect this interface to my Simple SMS Spam Filter, which we’ve built together in a previous project.
We will learn how to display images, text, user input, buttons, and separators, as well as hiding widgets and “click” event callback functions.

Starter Files:

In this step-by-step tutorial, Kevin Stratvert demonstrates how you can use Microsoft Power Automate Desktop to automate repetitive and mundane tasks.

Free your team from mundane, time-consuming, repetitive tasks so they can focus on higher-value work with robotic process automation (RPA) in Power Automate which includes a new, easy-to-use, desktop version—Power Automate Desktop.

In this video with Dani Ljepava, learn how to manually trigger a planned failover on SQL Managed Instance to test your applications for fault tolerance and will talk about best practices for your applications to achieve tolerance to transient faults typical for the cloud environments.

Transient faults in the cloud (for example software patching, security updates, failover, and similar) include a momentary loss of network connectivity, temporary unavailability of a service, or timeouts when service is busy. These faults are often self-correcting due to which your applications need to be able to handle such occurrences with the appropriate retry logic. While migrating legacy apps to the cloud or developing new cloud-born apps, it is strongly advised to ensure that your applications follow the best practices disclosed in this episode helping you build cloud-ready apps.


  • [00:46]​ About Dani Ljepava
  • [01:30]​ Transient errors in the cloud
  • [02:50]​ Cloud Ready Apps
  • [04:07]​ Understanding failover as part of HA on SQL MI
  • [06:00]​ Demo: User-initiated failover on SQL Managed Instance
  • [11:35] How to check if failovers occurred
  • [12:35]​ Best practices

In this video, learn how to design and implement custom visuals for Power BI.

Campers will learn how to define the capabilities and data mappings for a custom visual and how to program D3-style data binding using categorical data from a Power BI dataset. The session also demonstrates how to extend a visual with custom properties and how to package a custom visual as a PBIVIZ file.

Advancing Analytics takes a closer look at the two new runtimes available for Databricks.

We have not just one but two new Databricks Runtimes currently in preview – 7.6 brings several new features focussing on making Autoloader more flexible, improving performance of Optimize and Structured Streaming.

Runtime 8.0 is a much wider change, seeing the shift to Spark 3.1, introducing new language versions for Python, Scala and R.

This shift brings a large swathe of functionality, performance and feature changes, so take some time to look through the docs.

Simon walks through the high level notes, pulling out some interesting features and improvements.