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6/7/2018 Data Lake Analytics New Feature ADAL now natively supports Parquet files and has also been enhanced to work over thousands of small files with the same performance as working with a few large files. Link Link Details
3/1/2018 Data Lake Store Region Update Azure Data Lake Store and Azure Data Lake Analytics are now generally available in the West Europe region, in addition to the previously announced regions of East US 2, Central US, and North Europe. Link Link Details
11/30/2017 Data Lake Analytics New Features We are thrilled to introduce support for Azure Data Lake (ADL) Python and R extensions within Visual Studio Code (VSCode). This means you can easily add Python or R scripts as custom code extensions in U-SQL scripts, and submit such scripts directly to ADL with one click. For data scientists who value the productivity of Python and R, ADL Tools for VSCode offers a fast and powerful code editing solution. VSCode makes it simple to get started and provides easy integration with U-SQL for data extract, data processing, and data output. Link Link Details
10/20/2017 Data Lake Store New Features Azure Data Lake Tools for Visual Studio now provides the ability to export all or part of a database associated with an ADL Analytics (ADLA) account into a database on a local machine. This capability is very useful when creating local environment for development or debugging. Link Details
10/20/2017 Data Lake Analytics Updated Features The October update for Data Look Tools for VS Code is now available which includes a variety of changes and new features. Link Link Details
10/2/2017 Data Lake Analytics New Features The Azure Data Lake Analytics service can now help you easily organize, manage, and gain insights from Data Lake Analytics jobs that are running as part of pipelines or on a recurring basis. New capabilities enable you to: Quickly identify jobs in pipelines that might have failed or taken longer than expected. Get the aggregated statistics (job counts, successful and failed AU hours, and so on) for a pipeline or a recurring instance so you can better understand the resource consumption and cost trends. Link Link Details
9/12/2017 Analysis Services New Features Support for Azure Data Lake Store (ADLS) is now available in Azure Analysis Services and in SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT). Now you can augment your big data analytics workloads with rich interactive analysis for selected data subsets at the speed of thought! Business users can consume Azure Analysis Services models in Microsoft Power BI, Microsoft Office Excel, and Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. Azure Data Lake Analytics (ADLA) can be used to run U-SQL batch jobs directly against the source data, such as to generate targeted output files that Azure Analysis Services can import with less overhead. Link Link Details
8/14/2017 Data Factory Updated Features The July Update for Azure Data Factory has been posted. Included, but not limited to, Preview for Data Management Gateway high availability and scalability Skipping or logging incompatible rows during copy for fault tolerance Service principal authentication support for Azure Data Lake Analytics. Link Details
7/19/2017 Data Lake Analytics New Features Azure Data Lake Analytics now supports new policies that help you control the compute resources allocated to your most business-critical and experimental/ad-hoc jobs that are running side-by-side in the same account. The policies can be customized to meet your unique business and cost control requirements. Link Link Details
5/18/2017 HDInsight Preview Features Today we are excited to announce the public preview of HDInsight HBase on Azure Data Lake Store. Customers can harness the power of a columnar NoSQL distributed database with the proven performance and infinite scalability of Azure Data Lake Store. Azure Data Lake Store has no limits to capacity so customers will never need to worry about the limitations of their storage system. Furthermore, customers can store all their data and do all their analytics in one single storage account. Link Link Details

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