- Is there an interdependency between the DVB version and the database?
No, you should just respect the minimal Requirements for your own database.
- Do you support Microsoft Azure for cloud deployment?
Generally: If a database runs in a cloud, then the Datavault Builder itself should also be running in the cloud near the database. In this case, it would be best to install the Datavault Builder in the same data center to keep latencies short.
As far es we know, there are three SQL Server variants in the Microsoft Azure environment:
SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines. Supported.
Azure SQL Database. Supported.
Azure SQL Data Warehouse. Not supported.
With the Azure SQL Database we have already tested the Single Database. Elastic Pool and Managed Instance hasn’t been tested yet, but we don’t see any reason why it shouldn’t work.
If this case becomes more relevant, we can gladly create a test environment and run our regression tests.