Azure Data Lake Storage

Scalable, secure data lake for high-performance analytics.


Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 is a set of capabilities dedicated to big data analytics, built on Azure Blob Storage. Data Lake Storage Gen2 converges the capabilities of Azure Data Lake Storage Gen1 with Azure Blob Storage. For example, Data Lake Storage Gen2 provides file system semantics, file-level security, and scale. Because these capabilities are built on Blob storage, you'll also get low-cost, tiered storage, with high availability/disaster recovery capabilities.

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Customer-managed failover now supports ADLS Gen 2
Azure Stream Analytics supports for end-to-end exactly once semantics when writing to Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2.
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Data Sharing Lineage is now available in Microsoft Purview for Azure Data Lake Storage (ADLS) Gen2 and Azure Blob (Blob) Storage in public preview. Data Sharing Lineage is aimed to provide detailed…
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Stream Analytics no-code editor now supports capturing Event Hubs data into ADLS gen2 with Delta Lake format.
New features are now available in Stream Analytics no-code editor GA including multiple parameter built-in functions support, Delta Lake format support in ADLS Gen2 output sink.
ABAC for Azure Storage Blobs, ADLS Gen2, and queues is now generally available and can be used for access control by defining conditions on role-assignments based on resource and request attributes.
Stream Analytics now supports end-to-end exactly once semantics when writing to Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2.
You can now configure a Stream Analytics job to write streaming data to either a new or an existing delta lake yable in Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2.