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How to share SQL tables and views using Azure Data Share
Jie Feng joins Scott Hanselman to show how to share SQL tables and views using Azure Data Share. Azure Data Share now supports snapshot-based sharing for SQL-based sources, including Azure SQL Database and SQL Data Warehouse. Data Providers can use Azure Data Share to share tables and views with their customers and partners in a governed, secure and simple way. Data Consumers have full flexibility into where data is received – with the ability to receive SQL-based data into an Azure SQL Database, SQL Data Warehouse, Azure Data Lake Store Gen2 or Azure Blob Storage.Azure Data Share documentationTutorial: Share data using Azure Data ShareTutorial: Accept and receive data using Azure Data ShareAzure Data Share overviewCreate a free account (Azure)