Azure Data Catalog PowerShell Cmdlets

An easy-to-use set of PowerShell Cmdlets offering real-time access to Azure Data Catalog. The Cmdlets allow users to easily read, write, update, and delete live data - just like working with SQL server.

  • Easy-to-use Cmdlets with a simple SQL interface to live Azure Data Catalog data.
  • Read, write, and update Azure Data Catalog Customers, Products, Orders, Transactions, etc. from PowerShell scripts.
  • Easily pipe data into and out-of flat-files, databases, and other data stores for archival, back-up, and synchronization.

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Azure Data Catalog PowerShell Cmdlets
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PS C:\> Invoke-AzureDataCatalog -Connection $conn -Query "SELECT * FROM Schemas" | Export-Csv c:\Schemas.csv

Access Azure Data Catalog data from PowerShell!

The Azure Data Catalog Data Cmdlets provide the easiest way to connect with Azure Data Catalog from the command-line. The Cmdlets leverage a straightforward design, similar to the Microsoft SQL Server Database Engine Cmdlets, that makes it easy to import, export, backup, analyze, transform, & connect-to your Azure Data Catalog data.

Command-line Azure Data Catalog Data Integration


The Azure Data Catalog Cmdlets offer a simple Transact-SQL interface for connecting with data in real time from Microsoft PowerShell. The Azure Data Catalog Cmdlets make it easy to:

Azure Data Catalog Import/Export

Pipe data from Azure Data Catalog into and out-of flat-files, databases, and other data stores for archival, back-up, and synchronization.

Clean & Normalize Data

Use PowerShell scripting to normalize and/or de-duplicate Azure Data Catalog . Easily interact with real-time data.

Automate Integration Tasks

Connect scripts with scheduling Apps (like the windows scheduler) to automate common integration tasks.




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