SQL Azure Data Sync- Synchronize Data across On-Premise and Cloud (E2C)

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This is second in the series of webcasts covering the SQL Azure Data Sync service. In this demo heavy webcast, Sudhesh covers the details of synchronizing date across on-premise and cloud (E2C scenario for SQL Azure Data Sync). See how SQL Azure Data Sync can be used to share data between on-premises SQL Server and SQL Azure applications and let us know your thoughts, comments and questions.

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      Lars Kemmann

      SQL Azure Data Sync is a great tool; even though it's only at a CTP stage, the experience is already quite polished and it's a pleasure to use.  I've used it to export a database (schema and all) from an Azure subscription to my local machine; I needed to take my services offline for a longer period of time and had to create a full backup.  (Perhaps this wasn't the ideal way to do that.  But it was fun! Smiley)

      On that note, it would be nice if Windows/SQL Azure subscriptions would support "deactivating" a service or database, respectively.  I would like to be able to store these things (perhaps in my Azure storage account) with the ability to bring them back online at a later date.  (Added to the linked UserVoice site: Allow taking a database offline to prevent charges to my account. (http://uservoice.com/a/jFr6r))

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      Pini

      Thanks for that

      i try the tool and it is very cool... Smiley

      but we need more logs then we have

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      sudheshsure​sh

      @Lars Kemmann:Thanks Lars for putting your vote for this feature. This is great input for our roadmap.

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      sudheshsure​sh

      @Pini: Thanks Pini. We will enhance the logs in future releases.

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