Making Xtract IS available in Azure-SSIS

Introduction We recently had the chance to test run a private preview version of the Integration Runtime (IR) in Azure Data Factory v2 (ADFv2). With Azure-SSIS, the IR offers SSIS capability through a native compute resource in ADFv2 by providing a managed cluster of Azure VMs (nodes). The idea is to deploy, configure and run your locally developed SSIS packages in the Azure cloud just like you would with SSIS on premises. While Azure-SSIS has been available for public preview since September 2017, running custom SSIS or 3rd party SSIS components currently is…continue reading →

Sync Salesforce to SAP in near-real time using NWC and ERPConnect Services Core

In this blog, I will describe a scenario, where a Salesforce account is synchronized in near-real time to SAP, where an SAP customer is created and his number is written back to Salesforce using the following tools: - SAP ECC system on Premise - ERPConnect Services Core (ECS Core) for SAP Integration in cloud scenarios - Salesforce - Nintex Workflow Cloud NWC as workflow ECS Core enables you to build powerful and sophisticated cloud applications for SAP on Premise. It allows you to integrate your cloud-based apps with SAP. For that ECS Core…continue reading →

Sync Salesforce to SAP in near-real time using Flow and ERPConnect Services Core

In this blog, I will describe a scenario, where a Salesforce account is synchronized in near-real time to SAP, where an SAP customer is created and his number is written back to Salesforce using the following tools: - SAP ECC system on Premise - ERPConnect Services Core (ECS Core) for SAP Integration in cloud scenarios - Salesforce - Microsoft Flow as workflow ECS Core enables you to build powerful and sophisticated cloud applications for SAP on Premise. It allows you to integrate your cloud-based apps with SAP. For that ECS Core uses only…continue reading →