Fabric Espresso: Building a Landing zone in Microsoft Fabric Welcome to our Fabric Espresso series! In this video, Stijn shows how to load data to a Landing Zone in Microsoft Fabric and also shows how to tap into an existing landing zone residing in ADLS Gen2. We also discuss the logical structure that is created in OneLake when taking these actions.
OneLake, the OneDrive for data: learn.microsoft.com/en-us/fabric/onelak…
Building a landing zone in Microsoft Fabric enables organizations to effectively manage their data and leverage the power of the Microsoft Fabric platform. By using the OneLake logical structure, organizations can streamline data access, storage, and retrieval within ADLS Gen2. In addition, OneLake shortcuts simplify the process of managing and updating data, making it easier for teams to collaborate and deliver results efficiently. Adopting these strategies can empower organizations to fully exploit the capabilities offered by the Microsoft Fabric ecosystem, thereby driving business growth and success.
Microsoft Fabric is a data platform that helps organizations manage their data, create a secure environment, and gain insights into their data. It offers a Landing Zone, which is a secure, cloud-based repository of data that is accessible from any device. This Landing Zone is created in OneLake, Microsoft Fabric's data lake. When creating a Landing Zone in Microsoft Fabric, users can load data to it and tap into an existing landing zone residing in Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2. Microsoft Fabric also offers shortcuts that can be used to manage data in the Landing Zone. These shortcuts include the ability to delete data in the Landing Zone without impacting the data in the original source. This video discusses the logical structure that is created in OneLake when taking these actions and provides more information on the Landing Zone and its shortcuts. It also provides a link to the LinkedIn profile of Stijn Wynants, a FastTrack Engineer who works with Microsoft Fabric. Lastly, it provides links to Stijn's website and Twitter account.
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