COVID Pandemic made the world suffer a lot and went through a lot of changes in the way we live our day-to-day life. The information technology (IT) industry has also gone through an initial struggle and the industry had major challenges in its operations.
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Azure as a cloud service is gaining market share; 13 per cent as of Q1 2018 and second only to AWS with 33 per cent according to Synergy Research Group. Many companies are hoping on-board the Azure train as the platform becomes more mature and more services become available and cost effective.
Building a data warehouse using SQL Server database on Azure is one of the many use cases that’s gaining traction.
This blog explores and compare some key differences between the 3 options to build data warehouse using SQL Server database on Azure.
Azure is a cloud computing environment that has grown in size and demand over the time, it was first released in 2010 under the name Windows Azure. Later, in 2014, it was renamed to Microsoft Azure. It has a robust, web browser based dashboard that will let you administer all of your cloud resources as well as an extension of PowerShell cmdlets (command line executables) to facilitate resource management and DevOps tasks. It offers multi-platform solutions and different service levels that will accommodate the needs of most companies in a pay-as-you-go schema, moving from Capital Expenditure (CapEx) to Operation Expenditure (OpEx).