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HVR Announces Support for Snowflake on Azure

Support Offers Flexibility of Choice for Customers

HVR, the leading independent provider of real-time cloud data replication technology, announced support for Snowflake on Azure, providing customers with more flexibility as they look to connect their diverse on-premise data systems to the cloud and analytics providers of choice. With HVR’s data replication solution, customers can now leverage the scalability of Snowflake’s built-for-the-cloud warehouse and the compute power of Azure as they integrate high volumes of data from many different sources.

“Azure remains one of the fastest growing cloud providers out there, and we have seen an increase in demand for the service”

“Azure remains one of the fastest growing cloud providers out there, and we have seen an increase in demand for the service,” said Mark Van de Wiel, Chief Technology Officer for HVR. “By continuing to support a variety of platforms and providers, including Snowflake on Azure, we are affirming our commitment to the evolving needs of our customers.”

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HVR’s real-time data replication solution enables the delivery of high volumes of data into the Azure platform with little or no latency. Its log-based Change Data Capture technology allows for continuous data streaming between on-premises and cloud-based data technologies, optimizing network utilization. Additionally, HVR’s Data Compare feature helps customers validate the data that is ingested into Snowflake on Azure, ensuring data accuracy and trust for the analytics end- user.

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HVR’s distributed architecture enables organizations to integrate data from on-premises environments to the Azure cloud efficiently and at scale. Organizations use HVR to stream data from diverse and numerous on-premises and cloud-based systems to multiple endpoints in the cloud simultaneously, offering the most efficient way to deliver to multiple Azure systems at once. This streamlines data integration processes and data flows for faster analytics.

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