For enterprises seeking to implement a superior data warehouse, Microsoft Azure provides significant benefits that include reduced data warehouse costs, easier growth as data volumes increase and faster time to value.
To begin capitalizing on these benefits, organizations must often move vast amounts of data from on-premise data centers to their data warehouse Microsoft Azure implementation. This data migration process not only puts data at risk of theft, corruption and exposure, but can negatively impact system performance and add significant administrative burden to IT teams already faced with constrained budgets and staffing limitations.
As a pioneer in heterogeneous data availability for data warehouse solutions like Microsoft Azure, Qlik (Attunity) offers an easier, faster and simpler path to the cloud in Qlik (Attunity).
Qlik (Attunity) offers a universal data replication and data ingestion solution that moves data easily, securely and efficiently with minimal impact on operations.
With Qlik (Attunity), organizations can migrate data quickly from many heterogeneous databases to data warehouse Microsoft implementations. Qlik (Attunity) moves data at high speed from source to target, and offers a simple graphical interface for easier management and monitoring of replication tasks. Streamlined and agentless configuration enables administrators to easily set up, control and monitor migration to data warehouse Microsoft with real-time updates. Qlik (Attunity) also automates replication from end to end, supporting data warehouse modernization and enabling a more agile data warehouse.
Qlik (Attunity) accelerates data migration by compressing, encrypting and transferring data in parallel streams to Azure data warehousing implementations. And with Qlik (Attunity), administrators can gain global visibility into data migration and data replication across distributed, hybrid environments.
Benefits of migrating data to data warehouse Microsoft implementations include:
Qlik (Attunity) also offers data migration support for AWS, Amazon Redshift and Google SQL, and supports an ODS data warehouse implementation by migrating and unifying the data required for ODS reporting and analytics. Additionally, Qlik (Attunity) also provides features for designing, developing and testing data warehouse implementations.