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SAP Data Intelligence - Data Load to Azure Data lake

Hello Experts,

We need to load data from multiple sources to Azure Data Lake. What would be the best tool to load data say from S4HANA to Azure Data Lake?

Also, Tool in case multiple SAP and Non-SAP systems are involved from where data should go and sit in Azure Data Lake.

Also, is there any document which describes which tools to use when example. Data Services Vs Data Intelligence/Data Hub Vs Smart Data Integration vs SLT in this scenario?

Apologies for so many questions.

Really appreciate your help.

Thank You!

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    Posted on Jul 17, 2020 at 07:39 AM

    Hello

    This is why SAP Data Intelligence stands for. see the Blog - SAP Data Intelligence Hub – connecting the Dots …

    Best Regards Roland

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  • Posted on Jul 17, 2020 at 06:27 AM

    The most easiest and straightforward way is using the 'Structured Data Transform' operators to load data from a database table to ADL where you just select source in a 'Table Consumer' operator, do some projections, etc with the "Data Transform" operator and then use the 'Structured File Producer" to store it to an object store/ADL.

    Once you have an on-going replication process then it is a more complex scenario. I am in the process of layout an example of doing it. You could have look at my github: https://github.com/thhapke/sdi_replication

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