Intra Cloud Migration

(ADLS Gen1 to Gen2)

Azure Data Lake Storage (ADLS) Gen2 is a highly scalable and cost-effective data lake solution for big data analytics. It combines the power of a high-performance file system with massive scale and economy to help organizations speed their time to insight. ADLS Gen2 extends Azure Blob Storage capabilities, is optimized for analytic workloads, and is the most comprehensive data lake available.

As more customers look to take advantage of ADLS Gen2 capabilities, they need to migrate data from their Gen1 environment. In order to do so without causing undo business disruption or risk. They need to a solution that can migrate the data without requiring any system downtime, and ensures zero data loss, even while data is actively changing.

WANdisco LiveData Plane

LiveData Plane minimizes the risks and costs associated with large scale data migration initiatives, and is an ideal and Microsoft recommended solution for bidirectional replication and for migrating data from ADLS Gen1 to Gen2 with zero downtime during migration, zero data loss and 100% data consistency.

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