AzureOE from Strategic Information Group offers quick, secure, and reliable replication of your QAD ERP data to SQL cloud databases.
Tackle Your Connectivity Challenges
As cloud adoption accelerates, businesses are still faced with effectively integrating on-premise data with cloud data. Strategic’s AzureOE solution can help you overcome data connectivity challenges, while keeping pace with evolving technical cloud and hybrid-cloud requirements associated with real-time access to your QAD ERP data.
AzureOE Unlocks the Power of Your QAD ERP Data
Benefits of AzureOE:
Assured Delivery The Progress® OpenEdge® to Azure message is not removed from the data replication queue until successfully persistent to the Azure Event Hub.
Safe and Highly Secure Transactions Communication is encrypted and processed through Advance Messaging Queue Protocol (AMQP) and SAS. If a transaction is rolled back for any reason, the message will not be sent to the Azure Event Hub.
Powerful Performance Our current benchmarks show over 600,000 messages successfully sent per hour from OpenEdge to SQL, so you’ll get outstanding performance even with heavy data replication loads. And because AzureOE only sends net data changes, your replication will be fast and efficient.
Reporting You can pick your favorite reporting tools, like PowerBI or Qlik.
Flexible and Scalable Source and target schemas don’t need to match, giving you freedom to index your MS/SQL any way you want. And you’ll no longer be dependent on Progress OpenEdge technology or resources, making AzureOE a solution that works your way.
Cloud Benefits With Azure SQL Cloud, you’ll get built-in benefits like disaster recovery, affordable subscription pricing, and on-demand scalability. Add resources and functionality on an as-needed basis.
Talk to a Strategic representative about your ERP replication needs.
Strategic made some bold claims about AzureOE as a Progress to Azure SQL replication tool and the claims have held true. We highly recommend this product to companies wanting to better integrate or analyse their QAD data.”