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5/8/2019 SQL Data Warehouse Preview Features Today, we’re extending that support for auto statistics creation by adding the ability to automatically refresh and maintain statistics. As data warehouse tables get loaded and updated, the system can now automatically detect and update out-of-date statistics. With the auto-update statistics capability now available in preview, Azure SQL Data Warehouse delivers full statistics management capabilities while simplifying statistics maintenance processes. Link Details
5/8/2019 SQL Data Warehouse Preview Features To speed up time to insight and minimize unnecessary data transformation processes, Azure SQL Data Warehouse now enables support for querying JSON data. This feature is now available in preview. Link Details
5/6/2019 SQL Data Warehouse Preview Features We are also excited to announce today support for semi-structured data in Azure SQL Data Warehouse, available in preview. Now with one service, both structured and semi-structured data formats (like JSON) can now be analyzed directly from the data warehouse for faster insights. Link Link Details
4/22/2019 SQL Data Warehouse General Availability We’re excited to share more ways to optimize your Azure costs. Today we are releasing the general availability of Azure SQL Data Warehouse reserved capacity and software plans for RedHat Enterprise Linux and SUSE. Link Link Details
4/19/2019 SQL Data Warehouse Pricing Update Starting today, you can now use the Azure SQL Data Warehouse Reserved Capacity pricing to reserve compute power for existing and future clusters. This option provides you savings up to 65% cDWU capacity. Those that choose a 3-year Reserved Capacity with SQL Data Warehouse can save up to 65% on compute costs. With SQL Data Warehouse Reserved Capacity, you can reserve units starting at DW100C and add on to reserved units in increments of 100, up to DW30000c. Customers can also scale reserved units. Link Link Details
3/29/2019 SQL Data Warehouse Preview Features Data Discovery & Classification is now available in public preview for Azure SQL Data Warehouse. While it’s critical to protect the privacy of your customers and other sensitive data, it becomes unmanageable to discover, classify, and protect such sensitive data as your businesses and data assets are growing rapidly. The data discovery and classification feature that we’re introducing natively with Azure SQL Data Warehouse helps alleviate this pain-point. Link Link Details
3/15/2019 SQL Data Warehouse Preview Features Azure SQL Data Warehouse users can now classify requests with workload importance. Requests classified with higher importance get access to resources first and can finish sooner. Classification and importance are available for preview in all regions of Azure SQL Data Warehouse with no additional charges. To get started, you can read the Classification and Importance overview documents. Check out the new CREATE WORKLOAD CLASSIFIER syntax as well. Link Link Details
2/4/2019 SQL Data Warehouse General Availability We’re excited to share the general availability of Query Store worldwide for Azure SQL Data Warehouse. Query Store automatically captures a history of queries, plans, and runtime statistics and retains them for your review when monitoring your data warehouse. Query Store separates data by time windows so you can see database usage patterns and understand when plan changes happen. Link Link Details
12/20/2018 SQL Data Warehouse General Availability Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS) on Azure is now generally available, enabling an intelligent discovery-driven approach to migrate legacy data warehouse workloads to Azure SQL Data Warehouse. IICS on Azure optimizes multi-cloud, hybrid environments with a streamlined experience for Azure customers, allowing them to launch IICS with a single click, directly from the Azure portal. Two key use cases enabled by IICS on Azure are data integration with prebuilt mappings and data accelerator for simplified migration to Azure SQL Data Warehouse. Link Link Details
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

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