Reading Polybase-Related Execution Plans

I look into the execution plan XML for Polybase queries:

Even for a simple query, I’m not going to expect you to read 174 lines of XML; I’m not a sadist, after all…

What follows is a look at significant lines and my commentary.

Don’t listen to me there; that guy really is a sadist who wants you to read 174 lines of XML.

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