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Combining Change Data Capture with Azure Data Factory

Reitse Eskens continues a series on learning Azure Data Factory:

In my last blog, I pulled all the data from my table to my datalake storage. But, when data changes, I don’t want to perform a full load every time. Because it’s a lot of data, it takes time and somewhere down the line I’ll have to separate the changed rows from the identical ones. Instead of doing full loads every night or day or hour, I want to use a delta load. My pipeline should transfer only the new and changed rows. Very recently, Azure SQL DB finally added the option to enable Change Data Capture. This means after a full load, I can get the changed records only. And with changed records, it means the new ones, the updated ones and the deleted ones.

Let’s find out how that works.

Read on for the article and demonstration.

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