DP-603: Implementing Real Time Analytics with Microsoft Fabric

Length: 1 Day(s)     Cost:$950 + GST

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LOCATION July August September October
Auckland
Hamilton
Christchurch
Wellington
Virtual Class

In this one-day course, the students are exposed to various ways to:

  • Source streaming data sources into Microsoft Fabric
  • Use real time Eventstream in Microsoft Fabric
  • Query data in a KQL database in Microsoft Fabric
  • Create real time dashboards in Microsoft Fabric

This one-day course prepares you for an Applied Skills credential.
For more than 30 years, Microsoft's industry-recognised certifications have provided proof of world-class technical proficiency for in-demand job roles. In today’s ever-changing business environment, there are also times when you need verified project-specific skills. Microsoft Applied Skills is a new verifiable credential that validates that you have the targeted skills needed to implement critical projects aligned to business goals and objectives. Applied Skills gives you a new opportunity to put your skills centre-stage, empowering you to showcase what you can do and what you can bring to key projects in your organisation.


  • Data Analysts
  • Data Engineers

  • The student should be able to:
    • Log in to the Azure portal
    • Explain and create resource groups
    • Understand the concept of streaming data

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Describe Real-Time Analytics in Microsoft Fabric
  • Create Real-Time Analytics databases and tables
  • Use KQL to query tables
  • Establish source and destinations in Eventstream
  • View the data in-flight in eventstream items
  • Capture, transform, and route data using Eventstream
  • Use basic syntax and of Kusto Query Language (KQL)
  • Understand the basics of the Queryset canvas
  • Describe how to execute T-SQL queries in the Queryset canvas
  • Describe how to convert T-SQL queries into KQL queries

  • Get started with Real-Time Analytics in Microsoft Fabric
  • Use real time eventstreams in Microsoft Fabric
  • Query data in a KQL database in Microsoft Fabric