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Get Correctly Formatted Deep-Nested JSON Files At Scale Directly From (Azure) SQL Server

Some third party applications usually ask for JSON files as input to import new data. An example is Splunk, a software platform to search, analyze and visualize the machine-generated data gathered from the websites, applications, sensors, devices etc. If the JSON format is mandatory for sharing information and the data you need to analyze…




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Microsoft MVP for AI, Head of Data & AI at iCubed. Classical pianist in the free time.

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