Sonata Software Teams Up With Microsoft To Debut New Data Analytics Platform 'Fabric'

Sonata Software has joined hands with Microsoft for the global launch of Microsoft Fabric at the Microsoft Build event in Seattle, United States.

What Happened? Microsoft Fabric is a comprehensive analytics platform that consolidates all required data and analytics tools for organizations. Its aim is to streamline data management, offering a collection of analytical experiences that enhance data utility. This provides an immediate competitive edge and paves the way for future AI innovations.

What sets Microsoft Fabric apart are its unique features: a multi-cloud data lake known as OneLake, comprehensive governance and security, AI-enhanced experiences with Copilot, and thorough integration with Microsoft 365 applications.

Arun Ulagaratchagan, CVP of Azure Data, expressed his appreciation for Sonata Software, praising the company for its crucial role in the development of Fabric and its reliability in helping modernise analytics for customers.

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Microsoft Fabric extends a myriad of services, including data integration, data engineering, data warehousing, data science, real-time analytics, and business intelligence, all hosted on a lake-centric SaaS solution. This presents a simplified, single source of truth.

Sonata’s CTO, Rajasekhar Datta Roy, expressed his enthusiasm about partnering with Microsoft to launch Microsoft Fabric. He voiced his firm belief in Fabric’s revolutionary potential for customers modernizing their global data estate. He further emphasized Sonata’s readiness to bring a complete set of complementary capabilities in terms of IPs and capacities worldwide to assist customers in modernizing their data estate and adopting this platform quickly.

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