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Description

Azure Data Share is available in public preview today, and offers a simple pane of glass over your data sharing relationships. In this episode, you will learn how to easily provision a new data share, add datasets to it, specify your terms of use and invite recipients. Joanna walks through how you can stay in control of your data through monitoring and governance features which ensure you are always in control of your data.

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    nibras
    This makes the assumption that both organizations are using Azure...
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    Muhammad Rehan Saeed

    What happened to the AKS video with Scott Hanselman? It's disappeared? They were talking about the new preview features in AKS e.g. Virtual Machine Scale Sets.

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    robcaron
    That episode will go live on July 19. It was published early in error (mine).
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    rimvel
    It sounds nice until you look at the prerequisites for receiver:


    Azure Subscription: If you don't have an Azure subscription, create a free account before you begin.
    An Azure Storage account: If you don't already have one, you can create an Azure Storage account.
    A Data Share invitation: An invitation from Microsoft Azure with a subject titled "Azure Data Share invitation from yourdataprovider@domain.com".
    Permission to add role assignment to the storage account, which is present in the Microsoft.Authorization/role assignments/write permission. This permission exists in the owner role.
    Resource Provider registration for Microsoft.DataShare. See the Azure Resource Providers documentation for information on how to do this.
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    diodin
    Yes, the prerequisites, requirements and limitations are ridiculous. You also need an internet connection and a working computer...

    Setting up a working SFTP is certainly no trouble at all, or maybe we should just print our data (preferably using dot matrix) and fax it over...

    😮🤔

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