Episode 241: Replicating Data with Azure SQL Data Sync

Episode 241: Replicating Data with Azure SQL Data Sync

Episode 241: Replicating Data with Azure SQL Data Sync 560 420 Carlos L Chacon

Do you find you need to keep SQL Server tables in sync across multiple systems?  After several projects involving synching data, we return to the topic of Azure SQL Data Sync with some real world examples of why we choose this option and how it worked for us.  While there are some limitations, the feature is very stable, and we have had minimal, minor issues with it.  Ideal for environments where latency is flexible, Azure SQL Data Sync could be a very helpful feature to get your data moved.

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“Why would you want to use this? Because you’ve got data that you want to move around, and it doesn’t have to be all of the database.”

Carlos L Chacon

3 Takeaways

  1. Azure SQL Data Sync is a solid choice for latency flexible environments
  2. You can sync on-premises; however, your hub must be an Azure SQL Database.
  3. Don’t try to get cute with what you are trying to sync.

Imagine what’s possible with a dedicated SQL specialist on your team.

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