Azure Data Warehouse Automation with BimlFlex
Written by Peter Avenant on 7.18.2017
In this day and age, data warehouses simply have to be future proofed for cloud technologies. Populating this modern data warehouse should benefit from the latest innovation in ETL and data integration with near self-service data preparation. You need a data warehouse automation (DWA) solution built from the ground up specifically to empower Microsoft BI Stack users with the ability to switch between on-premise and Azure deployments.
Azure Data Warehousing
Leverage metadata-driven DWA and data transformation optimized specifically for all Azure Data Warehousing options. For one of our BimlFlex customers in Australia, we integrated data from a distributed network point of sale systems. The ability to extract, compress and prepare data at source was critical to delivering an optimized solution.
Data Warehousing at the best of times is a complex undertaking and BimlFlex has been specifically designed to simplify the development process and subsequent maintenance. The ability to switch your DWA generated code between Azure compatible and on premise is unique to our solution.
Our customers benefit from having a Data Vault Accelerator that accelerate the design, creation, population, and maintenance of their model. Building Point in Time and Bridge tables is simply a metadata configuration providing a virtual data mart option. Make full use of Azure SQL Data Warehouse parallel processing power with support for Hash Distribution Keys.
The real value of BimlFlex is how efficiently it delivers business value and how easily it can be implemented, operated, and maintained. We have seen consistently with our customers their ability to be self-sufficient, especially if they have a Microsoft BI team, reducing the need for external development services.
In this webinar recording, we work through a real world customer use case discussing the various strategies and challenges during the project. We segment the webinar with an executive overview first and then do a more detailed deep dive showing how we do this.
BimlFlex data warehouse automation, especially when combined with Azure Data Warehousing, is worth investigating if you are about to embark on a modern data warehouse project.
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Hi Peter, this is great work you put in there and your team. I'm happy to see BimlFlex in action, and I believe that this is going to be a powerful tool in #DataWarehouseAutomation. Thank you for sharing, curious to use it in real life scenarios! :-)