AA Data Warehouse to Azure Blob

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dhanu32567815

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dhanu32567815

21-08-2019

Hi,

I am new to AA, could someone please guide me how I can export data from AA DW to Azure Blob and keep refresh the data on regular basis.

thanks

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Andrew_Chepurny

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Andrew_Chepurny
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21-08-2019

Hey there dhanu32567815

Currently this is not supported.  Data Warehouse can only be emailed or pushed to FTP.  See more information here.  Hope this helps!  Let us know if you need anything else.

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15-10-2019

Thanks Andrew, Much Appreciated.

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21-08-2019

Data Feed would require you to do some what I like to call "post processing" on your side; yes.  You can do a few things.  You can leverage Adobe.io to get anything out of Analytics.  But you will need to code up your own application to get the data out.  Of course Engineering Services would be able to get something out for you.  Live Stream API is also an option for an additional price.  But anything that is out of the box can be possible if you need Data Warehouse data to go to Azure.  You should reach out to your CSM in that case.

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21-08-2019

Hi Dave and Andrew ,

Thanks for your reply. Much appreciated.

FTP/SFTP is not an option for us. My understanding is that Data Feed requires high level of transformation at our end where as DW will give the processed data. We would prefer the processed data from the DW but not FTP route. What other options do we have? How does the API route works ?

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21-08-2019

Hi there,

I highly recommend using the Adobe Datafeeds if you are moving to an azure blob.

It's not as easy to get going and will require more work but the end result is night and day vs a data ware house extract or an API pull.

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Dave