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AWS DynamoDB as Virtual Table with CRUD in Dataverse – Part 2

AWS DynamoDB as Virtual Table with CRUD in Dataverse – Part 2

AWS DynamoDB as Virtual Table in Dataverse sounds initially impossible, but it isn’t. The key is to set up an OData service with CRUD functionality. Today I show you how I apply full read and write access from Dataverse to my AWS Data. To shorten a long story, firstly I setup a DynamoDB table as database in AWS. Secondly, I attach this database to my serverless AWS Lambda function, which host my OData API service. Afterwards, I implement create, read,…

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AWS Data in Dataverse with Virtual Table – Part 1

AWS Data in Dataverse with Virtual Table – Part 1

Be brave, be curious, explore new worlds! That’s why I took a look outside of Microsoft. I’m sure it won’t surprise you, but there are other competitors like Amazon and Google that provide cloud offerings. This is one reason why data integration is so important for modern digital enterprises. For example, users often need information from other systems in their business process to make decisions. For Dataverse it doesn’t matter, where these data exist. That’s because I can use more…

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Business Central in Dataverse with Virtual Tables

Business Central in Dataverse with Virtual Tables

In my session at Dataverse Summit 2022 I also introduced Business Central’s feature, the virtual tables in Dataverse. Virtual tables complement the possibilities such as Data Sync and Connectors to connect both worlds. In my opinion, virtual tables are the best way of integration. Unlike data synchronization, you do not copy the data from one system to another. Furthermore, virtual tables in Dataverse are similar to physical tables in usage and this is a clear advantage in contrast to connectors….

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