Microsoft Azure SQL Database
Xplenty
Amazon Redshift

Integrate Microsoft Azure SQL Database to Amazon Redshift

Microsoft Azure SQL Database is a relational database service in the cloud based on the market-leading Microsoft SQL Server engine, with mission-critical capabilities.

SQL Database delivers predictable performance, scalability with no downtime, business continuity and data protection—all with near-zero administration.

You can focus on rapid app development and accelerating your time to market, rather than managing virtual machines and infrastructure.

Because it's based on the SQL Server engine, SQL Database supports existing SQL Server tools, libraries and APIs, which makes it easier for you to move and extend to the cloud.


Integrate Microsoft Azure SQL Database to Amazon Redshift

Why Our Customers Choose Xplenty

Ease of Use

You don’t need to a be a developer in order to use Xplenty - the only skill set you need is to understand your data. That said, if you want to, you can write custom code, functions or interact with our extensive API.

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We take ownership of your data pipelines. That means that our platform will ensure that your data continues to flow and that your pipelines won’t break - and, if they do break, it’s our problem, not yours. So rest easy knowing that Xplenty has got you covered.


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Reliability

With over 100 integrations, you can be sure that you will be able to connect every aspect of your business, every time.

Xplenty and Amazon Redshift

Xplenty's data integration service can read data from and write data to Amazon Redshift securely and easily. Xplenty can be used to offload ETL workload from Redshift, allowing each platform to do what it does best: Xplenty for data integration and data preparation and Amazon Redshift for real-time querying.