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Operations & Cloud

Identity Keyrings

From Data Engineering on Azure by Vlad Riscutia

This article talks about building identity keyrings

Automating Privacy by Design, Part 3

From Privacy by Design by Nishant Bhajaria

This article series explores incorporating privacy into your design from the beginning using automation.

Automating Privacy by Design, Part 2

From Privacy Engineering by Nishant Bhajaria This article series explores incorporating privacy into your design from the beginning using automation. Take 40% off Privacy Engineering by entering fccbhajaria into the discount code box at checkout at manning.com. See part 1… Continue Reading →

Refactoring to Microservices

Let’s discuss how to refactor an existing monolith to microservices.

GitOps and Kubernetes: an overview

In this video, Billy, Alexander, Todd, and Jesse explain key concepts and walk you through demos of GitOps and Kubernetes.

Infrastructure as Code: using Terraform to deploy Kubernetes and microservices

In this video, Ashley Davis demonstrates how to upgrade your infrastructure through code using Terraform.

Azure Data Lake Analytics – Writing and Running Jobs

In this video, seasoned IT professional Richard Nuckolls dives into writing and running Azure Data Lake Analytics jobs.

Ingesting Data

By Vlad Riscutia

This is an excerpt from chapter 2 of my book — Data Engineering on Azure — which deals with storage. In this article we’ll look at a few aspects of data ingestion: frequency and load type, and how we can handle corrupted data. We’ll use Azure Data Explorer as the storage solution, but keep in mind that the same concepts apply regardless of the data fabric used. Code samples are omitted from this article, but are available in the book. Let’s start by looking at the frequency with which we ingest data.

Applying VACUUM to Data

From Cloud Native Machine Learning by Carl Osipov

The goal of this article is to teach you the data quality criteria you should use across any machine learning project, regardless of the dataset. This means that this part deals primarily with concepts rather than code.

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