Fabulous Fabric February

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In February we celebrate Fabric at Datashift and we would love to invite you all on our closing celebration!

 

Join us on February the 29th for a live webinar, including time for Q&A where you can pose any questions on Fabric, answered by our experts. If you can't make it, we'll send a recording of the webinar to your mail address. 

   

11:30 - 12:00Our event driven talk in Norway: Using Data Activator and event-driven data validation to deliver high-quality data products
12:00 - 12:15

What happens in Norway doesn't stay in Norway: Fabric is General available since November, what we learned since then


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About the talk

Data pipelines are increasingly recognized as products, encompassing all associated elements. When delivering a product, we essentially enter into a contract with users to meet specific criteria. However, due to various developments, data may deviate from expected outputs, causing a significant impact. Recognizing the importance of swift action, we have found that promptly addressing issues can greatly minimize their effect.

In this session, we will guide you through a use case from one of our clients, highlighting the tangible benefits of this approach for the business. We will illustrate how to establish event-driven data validation components in Fabric and leverage Power BI alongside Data Activator for timely notifications when issues arise.

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