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Published : Oct 26, 2022
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Oct 2022
Trial ? Worth pursuing. It is important to understand how to build up this capability. Enterprises should try this technology on a project that can handle the risk.

As data work becomes more common, we continue to see tools that try to enhance the SQL language; Kusto Query Language (KQL) is one of them. KQL was created by Azure, and it brings modularity, encapsulation, composability, reusability, extensibility and dynamism to relational querying. Our teams quite like its interactivity: you can pipe a query to the render operator and see a chart instantly. You can also combine these charts into dashboards and get insights from logs to execs in minutes. Although the KQL language is currently limited to the Azure Data Explorer, we anticipate the move to enhance SQL to achieve better data operability will not stop.

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