Datasheet: HVR’s Data Integration Support for Azure Technologies & Services
With organizations shifting workloads to the cloud, Microsoft Azure is already the second-most popular public cloud provider. This datasheet describes HVR’s support for hybrid cloud data integration with Azure technologies.
Three Things to Consider: Microsoft Azure Data Integration Tools
Cloud data integration can apply to a variety of use cases: whether it be from various sources into an ADLS data lake, migrating on-premises to the Azure cloud, running real-time analytics in the cloud, or integrating into cloud systems. Organizations interested in leveraging the power of Azure should consider the following three tips when architecting data integration solutions:
- Secure Your Data
- Optimize Network Utilization
- Validate Your Data
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PostNL offers mail, parcel and e-commerce products and services in the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Germany, and Italy.
- Reduce costs to create a competitive advantage by replacing on-premises data centers with cloud infrastructure.
- Migrate applications, data and IT infrastructure to the cloud.
- Enable on-going intercloud integration
- Oracle, SQL Server, Azure, Amazon EC2
- Data Migration to the Cloud
- Ongoing Intercloud Cloud Data Integration
How One Fashion Retailer is Modernizing Their e-Business with the Cloud and Real-Time Analytics
ASOS is a global online fashion and beauty retailer known amongst young adults for affordable and on-trend clothing. If you aren’t familiar, ASOS is not simply an e-commerce site, it serves as an online destination for 20-somethings on-the-go with over 20.1 million social media followers.
As their business increases in global popularity, they found they needed to architect an IT solution that meets their global expansion requirements. ASOS sought to improve their IT infrastructure with elastic and scalable solutions that would withstand growth while keeping IT costs controlled. This meant ASOS needed to replicate high volumes of data from the Oracle Retail Suite main database to two target databases in near real-time to support operational dashboards/reports and a supplier portal. ASOS legacy systems also needed to be decommissioned and historic data moved to a current cloud-based supportable platform.
In this webinar, Solution Architects Neal Higham from ASOS joins Zulf Qureshi from HVR to discuss the solution ASOS architected, how HVR helped enable it, and the business results achieved.
- Oracle Retail Suite On-Prem to Azure
Simplifying Cloud Adoption: SQL Server to Azure DLS in Real-Time
In this webinar, learn how you can easily integrate from your SQL Server databases to Azure DLS. The demo portion of this webinar is about 30 minutes into the video.
Joe deBuzna, VP Field Engineering, HVR
Glenn Goodrich, Director of Enablement, HVR
July 17, 2018
Replicating into Microsoft Azure
This recorded demonstration shows the setup of HVR delivering data into Microsofts’ Azure using HVR Image for Azure – a preconfigured image of a virtual machine in Azure enabling you to start replicating from and into Azure in minutes. Data out of an on-premises Oracle database is replicated to a new empty Azure SQL database covering all real-time replication steps: (1) table creation, (2) initial load, (3) real-time replication and finally (4) validation (compare) to ensure the system are in sync. This video is also useful for any other database destinations in Microsoft Azure. Contrary to the video, the image is now delivered through the Azure marketplace instead of the Azure gallery.
Azure Cloud Migration Blog Posts
Six Steps Toward Successful Cloud Data Migrations
This post provides a set of six best practices to facilitate cloud migrations with minimal downtime and minimal risk, irrespective of the type of cloud service you plan to adopt, focusing on the application data that has to be migrated. Generally databases store application data and change continuously.
Oracle Retail to Azure Data Integration Use Case
ASOS is a British online retailer catering to young fashionistas. After expanding rapidly over the past five years, has operations in more than 200 countries across the globe. It built a bespoke retail management system from the ground up upon its founding in 2000. But after its rapid growth spurt, it needed a modern, scalable best-of-breed solution.
The Cloud is Now
Organizations large and small have adopted the cloud with open arms, and for good reason, but not without challenges.
Data security concerns that were prevalent in the early days of cloud computing have largely been addressed, and most IT departments in organizations are positioning cloud services as a core part of the IT landscape.