Microsoft has candidly launched the new Azure Data Community Webpage, started introducing qualified users into the new Azure Data Network, and providing qualified user team access to Microsoft Groups.
A mix of challenges and changes has been marked this past year. Like many individuals and organizations around the world, we all face uncertainty.
Recently, the PASS organization, earlier known as the Professional Association for SQL Servers, announced that it would cease operations on January 15, 2021, with the support that they have got over the past two decades to grow and support the SQL family.
Even though Microsoft has developed the SQL Server, it is clear that the interest and commitment of every one of you thrives.
To improve the community, they provide you SQL Server and Azure Data with some resources to help you continue interacting with each other, learning and nurturing your skills, and growing in your life.
They have created a community landing page to increase visibility for local user groups and discover communities and resources. This site explains how to nurture local user groups and share future meetings and events. This web presence points to new and existing training and resources that include SQL Server and Azure data.
They provide local user group leaders space and tools to establish and grow their user groups. You can control your groups, including membership records and your content.
They want you to endure and intensify the links at the center of our community. To do so, they invite qualified user groups to join our Recovery Pro network, which will provide you with tools to organize and grow. They also offer access to eligible user groups for Microsoft groups, so you can almost meet.
Check out the Azure Data Community page now to access SQL Server and Azure Data data to join local user groups.
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