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Microsoft Fabric seminar

This half-day seminar is aimed at anyone who would like to get an insight into the possibilities of building a complete Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence solution in Microsoft Fabric. What is often referred to as a “Lakehouse architecture” or a “Modern DW architecture”.

The seminar examines a case and during the 4 modules you will get an overview of a classic ETL process based on the BI and DWH resources that Microsoft makes available in Fabric. Including learning about strengths and limitations – especially in cases where you can choose between several different resources for a given task.

The seminar takes place on August 23th at Scandic Aarhus City. We start with breakfast from 8:00 to 8:30 and end with lunch from 12:00 to 13:00.


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Module 1: The Fabric Platform

  • End-to-end analytics
  • Fabric’s concepts and experiences
  • Enabling and licensing
  • Security and governance

Modul 2: Ingest and store

  • Introduction to OneLake
  • Storage in the Lakehouse
  • Delta Lake Table format
  • Shortcuts to internal and external data
  • Data Factory pipelines and core concepts

Modul 3: Transform

  • Low-code data transformation with Power Query
  • Transformation with the Spark engine
  • Introduction to Notebooks and dataframes
  • Transformation with the Relational SQL data warehouse
  • Serverless and dedicated in the same engine

Modul 4: Serve

  • SQL Endpoint to self-service users
  • Visual and SQL query editors
  • Analysis Services in Power BI
  • Direct Lake mode


Just Blindbæk

Mathias Halkjær

Ásgeir Gunnarsson

Lars Andersen