You can see what the database is scaled to i.e. DWU 200, but how do you know how much is actually being used over time. The portal display a graph of both the DWU limit and the DWU used but there is no way to programmatically monitor how much is being used.34 votes
We are actively improving our monitoring experience. Currently we have ‘DWU Used’ in the portal which is a blend between CPU and IO to indicate data warehouse utilization. We also have future improvements on our road map such as Query Data Store and integrating with Azure Monitor for near real time troubleshooting in the Azure portal. If anyone has any other feedback, please elaborate on your scenario on this thread. Thank you for your continued support!
spsenddb_mail needs to be supported to send mails from stored procedures created on Azure.
We should have the abilities of spsenddbmail which was available with databases8 votes
Thank you for all the feedback folks. Please comment on your scenario below. You can create Azure alerts for metrics and logs along with Azure functions to send emails.
Persist Data dictionary to a separate database by allowing the customer to persist the DMV, which can be used by DBA for fixing performance issues3 votes
Thank you for voting for this feature folks. We’d like additional information before commenting on this topic. Please provide your scenario in the comments below. We currently have Query Data Store on our roadmap.
Allow install of Linux ODBC to be automated via puppet. The current Microsoft SQL Server ODBC packages can't be installed via puppet as they require EULA acknowledgment. If we adopted the ADW technology, we would inevitably have to install the ODBC software on several grids of computers that host our various ETL software. Puppet installation allows the implementers of new systems to get the software automatically installed without the DBA team's intervention.2 votes
Thank you for the feedback. Please follow up on this request with our tooling and drivers team as well. We will reach out when this is on our road map.
Need to be able to specify a space quota for a schema and abort current work that causes the quota to be exceeded.
Forces user groups to be good stewards and manage their storage usage or be prevented from additional work.1 vote
Thank you for providing for this feedback folks. We’d like additional information before commenting on this topic. Please provide your scenario in the comments below specifically which quota configuration at the schema level.
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