Connecting Enterprise Applications to Existing Data
The most valued enterprise applications are often the most complex--consisting of heterogeneous programs and data stores that span multiple computing platforms. Commonly, applications require concurrent access to relational database tables and legacy record-based files. Enterprise developers require a set of data connectivity adapters that enable secure connectivity, intelligent transformation, and efficient data movement. In this TechTalk Paul Larsen and Bill Zack examine the latest Microsoft connectivity technologies and tools for building data warehouses to support new SharePoint applications, to service-enable legacy applications, or provide knowledge workers with the ability to analyze data or report vital information. They show you how to configure Microsoft data connectors, while providing the detailed knowledge you need to fine-tune this vital connectivity--ensuring secure, high-performing, and scalable data access for your new enterprise-ready solution.