Discover why WANdisco LiveData Platform for Azure is Microsoft’s Preferred Solution for Hadoop to Azure Migration.

By Van Diamandakis, Oct 27, 2020 in Industry

In this latest Microsoft Azure blog from Jurgen Willis, General Manager, Azure Engineering/Azure Storage, see why LiveData Migrator, the first of several WANdisco LiveData Platform for Microsoft Azure services,  gives Hadoop users a 100% Azure-native experience to deploy, configure and manage WANdisco’s world-class solution for migrating actively used Hadoop data from HDFS to Azure Data Lake Storage Gen 2. 

Read the blog here and learn how this seamless and familiar Azure Portal experience eliminates the need to adopt or learn a new management platform, and begin migrating Hadoop data in seconds without any downtime or disruption to their on-premises Hadoop production systems. 

LiveData Platform is tightly integrated with Azure and follows the same metered, pay as you go billing model as all other Azure services. For a limited time, this includes a free tier for up to 25TB of data transferred, allowing you to complete small migrations at no cost, and allowing you to validate the success of WANdisco’s technology in your own production environments at no risk for larger needs.

"Moving data under active change is delicate, and those same organizations don't want to use their best IT people on what is ultimately a one-and-done project. This is LiveData Migrator's strength. It handles everything in the background and doesn't require expertise from the customer. It's as close to a silver bullet as you can find for this type pf project."
Merv Adrian, Gartner research vice president of data and analytics

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