Are you preparing for the Microsoft Azure Data Engineering (DP-203) exam, or just looking for a stronger understanding of how to design and implement data storage? Either way, this course, the first in a series, can help you. Noah Gift, founder of Pragmatic A.I. Labs and a Python Software Foundation Fellow, shows you how to design and implement data storage on Azure. Noah walks you through the full process of designing a data storage structure, from designing an Azure Data Lake solution to designing a data archiving solution. He explains horizontal, vertical, and functional data partitioning strategies and how to choose which strategy will work best for your data. Noah goes over designing both analytical stores and metastores, then dives into implementing table geometries, data storage structures, data architectures, and more.
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