Jovan Popovic shows off Azure Synapse Link:
At the time of writing this article, the dedicated SQL pool doesn’t have the ability to read data from CosmosDB/Dataverse using the Synapse link. There are scenarios where you would need to use CosmosDB data in your dedicated SQL pool, so you would need to find a way how to load data. In theory, you could create an ADF pipeline that reads data from CosmosDB or Dataverse and store data in the dedicated SQL pool as a target. This might be a problem if your Pipeline is reading data directly from CosmosDB account because it might impact both operational workload performance and cost. The analytical storage is the recommended location that you should use to fetch all data from CosmosDB/Dataverse.
In this post, I will describe how to use a two-step approach where you export your data using the serverless SQL pool via Synapse link into Azure Data Lake storage, and then load data into the dedicated SQL pool table. This process is shown in the following figure:
A couple of weeks back, I wrote about another method of doing this through the Spark pool. Now you have two options.