running es and ddt on cloud


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Gina Heitlager
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Hi,

Has anyone had success running es and ddt on the various offerings of cloud computing?  Are there limitations?

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Gina,

I was hoping someone would chime in on this, but I guess not.  I am not aware of any limitations on the cloud computing.  As long as there is a native adapter that can accept the raw SQL commands, then services like Azure should work just fine with SF and the DDT.  

Any sort of custom web services would require a custom adapter, like the SF Enterprise Server.  Otherwise, it should work just fine.
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