What is Microsoft SQL Server?
Microsoft SQL Server is a system for managing relational databases, serving requested data when it is requested by assorted systems and applications. Its main feature is its database engine, which handles queries and matches them up to items which exist in storage. The database engine consists of the relational engine, which processes queries and calculates the optimal way of executing it, and the storage engine, which manages how data is allocated to hard storage mediums.
Extract Data From Microsoft SQL Server
Loome makes it simple to connect to Microsoft SQL Server and extract data for downstream systems such as an Integration Hub, Reporting Data Store, Data Lake or Enterprise Data Warehouse. In-built features allow bulk selection of all source tables/files to be automatically synced on a regular schedule, minimising data load size leveraging incremental logic.