Feb 21, 2022
Mohamed Kabiruddin is a Senior Program Manager in the Azure SQL Product Team and is currently located in Redmond, Washington. Prior to joining the Product Team, he was a Cloud Solution Architect working with enterprise customers in Australia on all things Azure Data & AI. He is very passionate about the data community and loves to be a part of events that provide an opportunity to interact with like-minded data folks.
Topics of Discussion:
[2:12] What are the high points that have led Mohamed up to what he is doing now for Microsoft in his career?
[4:42] Mohamed talks about the migration process and how some of the components fit together.
[8:24] What type of schema should they key off of?
[10:10] The key is understanding what your data type is, how these map to the cloud services, and how these actually scale on the cloud.
[10:59] Mohamed talks about the renaming of Azure’s synapse, and what it means in terms of rebranding.
[14:00] What should the average .NET developer really pay attention to of all these investments that are happening?
[18:37] What is the most popular option that their customers leverage for SQL databases?
[20:37] How long does the auto-resume take?
[24:46] Mohamed discusses the SQL Server Management Studio and the tremendous growth of Azure Data Studio. Where really Azure Data Studio shines is with this new persona of developers, database professionals, or data professionals starting to mix and match the way they query and manage databases.
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