Part 6: Data Integration – Return of the Best Practices


Best Practices – Data Integration in Dynamics 365

Matthew Webb's Dynamics 365 Blog

Recap Best Practices: Part 2

Welcome back!

My previous blog discussed the use of Staging Databases as part of integration design and some tips and pointers whilst building a staging database (if you decide to use one that is).

My background with data integration is using either out of the box/free tools or 3rd party data integration software (like Scribe or KingswaySoft) and the methods for designing and building data integration have evolved over time. This blog will detail the best practices when dealing with performance issues that I have encountered over the years.

You can apply some (if not all) of these principles for bespoke data integration tools, such as:

  • Web Services
  • Console Applications
  • Utilising a Service Bus (like Azure for integration messaging)

This will be my final* post when discussing best practices with data integration, most of which can be applied when using any tool to complete…

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Author: Nishant Rana

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