I have run into this a few times now and every time it took me a while to figure out what’s going on, so I figured if I wrote about this on my blog, maybe I would not forget about it next time. Microsoft has a great article here that details how to setup Azure
Category: Azure Data Lake
In an earlier post, we talked about self-service process to hydrate the Data Lake Store. We also mentioned the need to use Power Shell to load data files larger than 2Gb. Here is the Power Shell script: Provide your credentials to login to Azure: $MyAzureName = “<YourAzureUsername>“; $MyAzurePassword = ConvertTo-SecureString ‘<YourAzurePassword>’ -AsPlainText -Force; $AzureRMCredential = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential($MyAzureName,
Do you have to be a developer in order to implement a solution that ties together Power BI and Azure Data Lake? I argue that you don’t. However, there are a several things that you need to be familiar with before you get going. Therefore, I decided to cover several of them in this article.