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Denodo Data Virtualization Test Drive Races To Azure

Denodo has just announced that it is offering a free Test Drive environment on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform for its data virtualization solution.

This, of course following the recent launch of Test Drive on AWS.

The latest Denodo Test Drive enables users to easily and quickly build real-time data delivery without replication, while also giving them access to the benefits that they get with the use of the Denodo Platform on Azure.

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Ravi Shankar, CMO, Denodo, talked about this, saying:

“Microsoft’s commitment to offer an ecosystem of cloud solutions makes it ideal for Denodo’s data virtualization Test Drive. In under an hour, we provide individuals with the ability to support a broad range of use cases and achieve true information agility by delivering a simplified, unified, and integrated view of trusted business data in real time or near real time as needed by the consuming applications, processes, analytics, or business users. More specifically, the Test Drive demonstrates how organizations can realize faster access to all data, reduce replication and cost, and to be more agile to change.”

The Denodo Test Drive allows individuals to identify, examine, brace, and access data in a user-friendly interface, which in turn enables true self-service.

In addition to that, it addresses some of the most urgent challenges that data scientists and data analysts face. The platform empowers them to integrate large volumes of data in order to support their agile BI, web or cloud integration, along with big data analytics goals.

To get users up and running, the company offers a private sandbox environment containing a preconfigured solution that shows how data virtualization adds flexibility and agility to self-service BI and analytics.

A step-by-step guide is also available for users that allow them to see, in under an hour, how they can rapidly leverage advanced analytics using multiple data sources like Azure Databricks, Microsoft SQL Data Warehouse, Azure Data Lake, Azure Cosmos DB, and Azure Database for MySQL.

Denodo, a leader in data virtualization, can be located here.

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