User-driven custom reporting for Microsoft Azure Table Storage
Azure table storage is a central part of the Microsoft data platform. Unfortunately, there is not a user-friendly interface that would allow end users to quickly access specific data sets or find data without knowing how to write SQL queries.
Popdock democratizes the reporting experience with Azure table storage by allowing IT teams to control who has access to the data and providing a user interface for users to self-service.
With Popdock, you can:
Not only can users create custom reports, but existing Azure table storage views can also be made available.
The benefit of creating your reports of Azure table storage data in Popdock is that there is an interface to work with the data and those lists can be accessed efficiently right along with all your other favorite reports. Users can create new favorites and there are several options built in to be able to share data:
One of the most powerful features of Popdock is being able to combine data and add restrictions, variables, and calculation. Join, merge, compare and summarize data across AZURE TABLES tables and with other cloud and on premise applications you use.
Some examples of combining Microsoft Azure Tables Data include:
Azure storage data + CRM + ERP Data:
Legacy system data reporting
Check out Popdock data lake management to take advantage of cost effective data storage and access your data ongoing using Popdock. With a couple clicks, you can connect to any Popdock data source connectors and copy data as a CSV to a Microsoft Azure.
Get started with your Azure table connector by logging into Popdock, adding the Azure Table connector, entering your account name and account key.
Yes, Popdock includes scheduled jobs in the Popdock Premium plan, so you can automate the timing for your Popdock list favorite or graph to be exported and emailed to your team.
Popdock widgets enable you to take the data from your connector and embed the list or graph into the applications you use daily. A single list/graph or multiple lists can be assigned to a widget, which creates a link that allows you to embed your widget into an html page or customizable application. Options may be enabled to allow for searching, filtering, refreshing, accessing favorites, drill down into details, and taking action on the data presented. See a full list of Popdock widget types here.
Yes, the Export to Excel option can be turned on for any Popdock list and can also be made available within Popdock widgets. One Popdock app we highly recommend is the Popdock add-in for Microsoft Excel, which allows the end user to select any Popdock list favorite available to them to bring the data into Microsoft Excel.
There actually isn’t connector-based pricing. The majority of available Popdock connectors are available with the purchase of every Popdock Plan. You can set up as many reports, connectors, and Popdock widgets as you’d like in all of the pricing plans. Premium Connectors, for example, Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations Connector is only available in the Premium Plan. Learn more about pricing here.