Trifacta and Microsoft Azure
With Trifacta’s integration with Microsoft Azure data warehouse, organizations can now deploy comprehensive data driven solutions leveraging Trifacta Wrangler Enterprise powered by Azure cloud services. Data professionals can visually explore and prepare diverse data stored on the Microsoft Azure data warehouse to accelerate analytics and AI driven applications.
Trifacta Wrangler Enterprise supports deployment through the Azure marketplace and integrates with a variety of Azure services including connectivity and publishing to Azure SQL Data Warehouse, Azure Data Lake Store, or Azure Storage Blob, and at-scale processing through Microsoft HDInsight. Trifacta is also available on Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
Trifacta is a Microsoft One Commercial Partner, and part of the Microsoft Partner Sales Connect network to provide greater collaboration and enhanced solutions for Trifacta customers through enriched training and support from Microsoft.
Microsoft Azure, with the most data center regions around the globe, unmatched hybrid cloud capabilities, and comprehensive AI services, makes it the ideal choice to run a business.
The Azure data warehouse is the cloud for building intelligent data driven apps leveraging Azure data services and artificial intelligence to create new experiences—that scale—and support deep learning and real-time analytics on any shape and size of data.
With Azure consistent hybrid cloud, solutions can be built and deployed wherever the data and apps are, in the cloud and on-premises. Azure offers hybrid consistency in application development, management and security, identity management, and across the data platform.
Azure is the cloud that can be trusted, with ninety percent of Fortune 500 companies running on the Microsoft Cloud. Azure offers global scale on a worldwide network of Microsoft-managed datacenters across 42 announced regions and provides the most comprehensive compliance coverage (70+ compliance offerings), and is recognized as the most trusted cloud for U.S. government institutions.
To learn more about Microsoft Azure and the Azure data warehouse, visit https://azure.microsoft.com