MS SQL to Snowflake migration


Microsoft’s SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) combined with Structured Query Language (SQL). It is primarily used to store and retrieve data but combined with other applications from Microsoft ecosystem, it can expand its activity to a wide spectrum of workloads and demands. And that is what made it so popular throughout the years. But each new addition cost money and being an on-premise solution, a space sooner or later became a problem.

Cloud data warehousing emerged as an answer to this kind of limitations of legacy systems. Among many, Snowflake Cloud Data opened up a new world with its modern data analytics capabilities. Snowflake is one of the fastest-growing tech companies on the planet. And for a good reason – a platform lets you store, analyze and share data in ways that were up until a few years back, almost unthinkable. No wonder why organisations around the globe are rapidly moving to Snowflake. But cloud’s big challenge was (and remains) migration.

We’ve gone through the tunnel many times and here we shared our first-hand experience with you.

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