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Introduction

Enzo Server is a data virtualization service that allows you to call any supported system using native SQL commands and/or HTTP calls directly, as if the target system was a database. This documentation will help you get started quickly with Enzo Server and will introduce you to some of the more advanced features of the service, such as Edge Caching, SQL Integration and more.

How to Try Enzo

The best way to try Enzo Server is to use a pre-configured instance on the Azure Marketplace. The latest version of Enzo Server is installed along with all the pre-requisites, sample adapters, and sample SQL code.
See the Azure Quickstart Instructions here.

Quick Start Overview

Once Enzo Server is deployed, you should first get acquainted with the platform before trying more advanced features. Since Enzo Server understands native SQL commands, you can start using Enzo with SQL Server Management Studio (which is installed by default when provisioning the Enzo Server image).
See the Quick Start Overview section to read more.


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