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12/10/2018 SQL Data Warehouse Preview Features We’re excited to reveal the preview of Query Store for Azure SQL Data Warehouse for both our Gen1 and Gen2 offers. Query Store is designed to help you with query performance troubleshooting by tracking queries, query plans, runtime statistics, and query history to help you monitor the activity and performance of your data warehouse. Link Link Details
12/7/2018 SQL Data Warehouse General Availability We’re excited to share the general availability of Virtual Network (VNet) Service Endpoints for Azure SQL Data Warehouse in all Azure regions. Azure SQL Data Warehouse is a fast, flexible, and secure cloud data warehouse tuned for running complex queries fast and across petabytes of data. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 SQL Data Warehouse Pricing Update Azure SQL Data Warehouse (SQL DW) is a fast, flexible, and secure analytics platform. The industry-leading query performance of the Compute Optimized Gen2 tier of SQL DW is now accessible to more customers through new, smaller SKUs: DW100c, DW200c and DW300c. With this release, customers can get started with a powerful data warehouse in the cloud for as low as $1.50/hour (in the US East region, price varies by region). This new SKU will be generally available on December 4 across 15 Azure global regions. Link Link Details
11/14/2018 SQL Data Warehouse New Features Azure SQL Data Warehouse now enables enhanced insights into analytical workloads by integrating directly with Microsoft Azure Monitor diagnostic logs. With this new capability, developers can analyze workload behavior over an extended time period and make informed decisions on query optimization or capacity management. Link Link Details
11/7/2018 SQL Data Warehouse General Availability Today we’re announcing the general availability of Row-Level Security (RLS) for Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse, an additional capability for managing security for sensitive data. Azure SQL Data Warehouse is a fast, flexible, and secure cloud data warehouse tuned for running complex queries fast and across petabytes of data. Link Link Details
11/7/2018 SQL Data Warehouse New Features SQL DW provides a built-in holistic management experience by having a tight integration within the Microsoft Azure ecosystem, specifically Azure Advisor and Azure Monitor. These two services are immediately configured by default for SQL Data Warehouse to automatically deliver you workload insights at no additional cost. Link Link Details
11/7/2018 SQL Data Warehouse Preview Features The highly requested feature for SQL Data Warehouse (SQL DW) is now in preview with the support for SQL Server Data Tool (SSDT) in Visual Studio! Teams of developers can now collaborate over a single, version-controlled codebase and quickly deploy changes to any instance in the world. SQL DW is a flexible, secure, and fully managed analytics platform for the enterprise optimized for running complex queries quickly across petabytes of data. Link Link Details
10/8/2018 SQL Data Warehouse Region Update Microsoft Azure Government regions give unparalleled flexibility for US government agencies and their partners. Today, we announce the general availability of industry-leading performance Azure SQL Data Warehouse Compute Optimized Gen2 tier for government customers in the US Gov Arizona and US Gov Texas regions. Azure SQL Data Warehouse is a fast, flexible, and secure analytics platform offering you a SQL-based view across data. It is elastic, enabling you to provision a cloud data warehouse in minutes and scale to terabytes in minutes. Link Link Details
9/25/2018 SQL Data Warehouse New Feature Today, we are excited to announce near real-time analytical capabilities in Azure SQL Data Warehouse. This architecture is made possible through the public preview of Streaming Ingestion into SQL DW from Azure Databricks Streaming Dataframes. Link Link Details
9/7/2018 SQL Data Warehouse Region Update Azure SQL Data Warehouse Gen2 is now available in government cloud Link Link Details

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