“Unlock the Potential of SQL Support with Microsoft Purview DevOps Policies!”

Microsoft Purview DevOps Policies Now Includes All The Typical Permissions For SQL Support Personnel
Introduction
Microsoft Purview is a new feature that enables organizations to better manage and secure their data in the cloud. With the introduction of Purview, developers, data engineers, and security personnel can now apply the same authorization rules and policies to their data in the cloud as they do on-premises. This blog post will discuss the implications of the new Purview DevOps policies and how they can be used to better secure your data.

What is Purview?
Purview is a feature of Microsoft Azure that enables organizations to better manage and secure their data in the cloud. It provides a single view of all data assets, including metadata, across different types of data sources and services. Purview helps organizations identify the data they have and understand how it is being used and shared.

What Are The Benefits Of Purview?
The main benefit of Purview is the ability to implement authorization rules and policies across different data sources and services. This includes the ability to control who can access and manage data, as well as monitoring and alerting for changes over time. Additionally, Purview provides enhanced security and privacy for data stored in the cloud, as well as better compliance with industry regulations and standards.

How Does Purview Work?
Purview works by creating a metadata model and data dictionary which contains information about the data and how it is used. This model is used to create rules and policies which can be applied to the data in the cloud. These rules and policies are enforced by the Purview system and help ensure that data is secure and compliant with industry regulations and standards.

What Are The Typical Permissions For SQL Support Personnel?
The typical permissions for SQL support personnel include the ability to manage and monitor databases, create and delete databases, create and delete tables, and run stored procedures. Additionally, they can view, edit, and delete data in existing databases, as well as backup and restore databases. The specific permissions for each role can be customized using the Purview system.

How Does Purview Help Secure Data In The Cloud?
By implementing authorization rules and policies, Purview helps ensure that only the right people have access to data in the cloud. Additionally, Purview helps ensure that data is secure and compliant with industry regulations and standards. This includes monitoring and alerting for changes over time and preventing unauthorized access to data.

Conclusion
Microsoft Purview is a powerful new feature that enables organizations to better manage and secure their data in the cloud. The new Purview DevOps policies allow organizations to apply authorization rules and policies across different data sources and services. This can help ensure that data is secure and compliant with industry regulations and standards, as well as prevent unauthorized access to data.