Microsoft Fabric: Enhanced by WhereScape Integration

In this webcast recording, explore the launch of Microsoft Fabric and its enhancement through integration with WhereScape’s automation tools. Gain insights into the collaboration between these advanced technologies, which was initially discussed in depth on April 18th.

Microsoft Fabric, a newly launched suite of analytic tools and services, offers a unified analytics experience by synergizing individual components. Microsoft describes Fabric as a tool aimed at simplicity, enabling organizations to merge data from various sources into a single environment. This integration allows data professionals to focus more on results and less on the complexities of technology, such as navigating the licensing interactions between Synapse, Azure Data Factory, and Power BI.

The addition of WhereScape introduces a dynamic synergy into the mix, amplifying the capabilities of Microsoft Fabric. Here’s how WhereScape makes a difference:

  • Streamlined Migration: WhereScape simplifies the migration process to Microsoft Fabric, facilitating a smooth transition for organizations moving from legacy systems or other data platforms while minimizing disruptions.
  • Low-Code Integration: With a single, low-code interface, WhereScape seamlessly integrates into the Microsoft Fabric environment, easing the management of complex data workflows.
  • Enhanced Metadata Management: WhereScape 3D adds a metadata management layer within Microsoft Fabric’s Purview Hub, speeding up modeling and setup while ensuring data uniformity, accuracy, and accessibility across the data stack.

This webcast showcases how WhereScape’s data automation leadership and extensive technical support significantly boost the functionality of Microsoft Fabric, creating an environment where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Enjoy this detailed exploration of a groundbreaking integration in data technology.

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