Wolfgang Strasser continues a series on Azure Purview. First up is a look at external connections:
During my tests with Azure Purview I found out, that in my demo accounts (I created multiple to test it) the Management menu was missing some items.
Read on to learn why and how you can rectify this. Then, check out Wolfgang’s take on the Starter Kit:
Very often, when I want to test some new services I miss some infrastructure and environments I can start and play with. I am not talking about creating a new Azure Purview account (see my previous blog post – Creating an Azure Purview account) – I am talking about the data infrastructure to analyze, catalog and gain knowledge out of it.
We could start to create such an infrastructure, BUT: the Purview team create a Starter Kit to quickly create a data estate and configure everything that you can start with Purview within a view minutes.
Read on for one issue (of the self-inflicted variety) Wolfgang ran into during deployment. But it does look like a great way to get started with Purview and build up a relevant demo environment.