Microsoft and Striim expand partnership

February 3 2022

Data integration and streaming solution platform Striim have expanded their existing partnership with Microsoft. Striim's new assessment and migration managed service, called Streamshift, automates the migration of databases from on-prem to Microsoft Azure.

The offering supports migrations from databases such as Oracle, MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB. To prevent outages, customers are able to run the databases in-parallel during migrations. The platform allows ingestion of data from multiple sources with mapping and Change Data Capture.

“We have significant joint enterprise customers with Microsoft and this expanded collaboration enables us to accelerate digital transformation and cloud adoption without incurring any outage in existing business operations. The combination of Striim and Microsoft Azure will help our customers standardize, modernize, and continuously replicate data from all parts of the enterprise and gain real-time visibility into their business data pipelines,” stated Alok Pareek, EVP Products at Striim.

Striim's platform can provide continuous data movement and in-stream transformations from multiple sources to Azure data and analytics services.

“Microsoft is committed to making migration to Azure as smooth as possible, while paving the way for continuous innovation for our customers. Our goal is to build technology that empowers today’s innovators to unleash the power of their data and explore possibilities that will improve their businesses and our world. We are pleased to work with Striim to provide our customers with a fast way to replicate their data to the Azure platform and gain mission-critical insights into data from across the organization,” said Rohan Kumar, Corporate Vice President, Azure Data at Microsoft, in a statement.

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