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Stitch rolls out Azure SQL Data Warehouse destination

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February 21 · Issue #28 · View online
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//Product Updates
Stitch now supports replication to Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse. Microsoft’s cloud platform is a great option for legacy, on-premises data warehouse deployments that can benefit from the performance, security, and cost advantages of Azure SQL Data Warehouse. This is Stitch’s eighth destination, and as with all of our destinations, setup is easy, so you can be replicating data into an Azure SQL Data Warehouse in minutes.
We’ve also added a new integration: Club Speed, a venue management platform for kart tracks, trampoline parks, and family entertainment centers.

Visit the Stitch changelog for details on the new features.
// Data for Breakfast
Over the next few weeks Stitch and Talend will be participating in the Snowflake Data for Breakfast tour. We’d love to have you join us. We’ll be in almost a dozen cities in the US and Canada. Find out where and register for free.
// From our blog
5 things you should know for a career in data engineering
We spoke with several industry experts to learn what skills and experience people need to move into a data engineering career. Pass along this blog post to anyone who asks what they need to know for a data engineering job.
Tutorial: How to use Mode with a data warehouse for analytics
A guide to the process of using Stitch to ETL data from multiple sources into a data warehouse, then reporting on it using Mode.
Meteors, lightning, and Stitch uptime
Here’s a fun read that shows just how reliable Stitch is.
Microsoft SQL Server, Azure SQL Database, and Azure SQL Data Warehouse: What’s the difference?
This month’s news was about Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse, but that’s not the only SQL product or platform that Microsoft offers. If you’re wondering how SQL Data Warehouse differs from Azure SQL Database or SQL Server, we have the answers.

Browse the Stitch blog, or subscribe to our blog RSS feed to see all of our posts.
// Customer story
Skyeng, based in Russia, provides an interactive online school to help people learn English. Its web-based platform lets students attend interactive lessons with teachers, do homework, and take tests. The company needed to build an infrastructure for collecting events, combining them with data from databases in a single repository, and analyzing and visualizing the data in reports and dashboards. Stitch saved Skyeng from having to write its own ETL software.
You can learn more about how other companies use Stitch on our Customers page. Do you have an interesting Stitch use case? Tell us about it!
// From the community
A Stitch user replicated data from Google Analytics to a PostgreSQL database, but when he compared data sets, the results differed. Why? Our lead tech support specialist has the answer.
Join the community and be part of all the conversations about Stitch integrations and BI in general.
// Company update
We’re hiring!
Stitch is hiring for open positions in sales, marketing, product, and more. Come join us and enjoy coming to work every day.
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