Digitalization future-proofs business thanks to connectivity and the cloud

Transportation and infrastructure is moving to the cloud, as evidenced by a Microsoft Azure "data lake" built with support by Azure DevOps for leading transportation manufacturing company Schmitz Cargobull AG. Semi-trailer customers now have access to one portal where they can track anything from performance to vehicle condition. Instead of making large investments in on-premises hardware, you can instead use Azure cloud products to connect different databases into one convenient interface.

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Schmitz Cargobull AG is Europe’s market leader in manufacturing refrigerated vehicles. Management knew that to fulfill their customers’ need to track vehicles and loads at all times required scaling up access to data from multiple databases to one location in the cloud—creating a “data lake.”

With Microsoft Azure supported by Azure DevOps, these customers now have access to a portal where they can check the location and condition of each vehicle, regardless of where the underlying data lives. Such a solution would have been costly on-premises, but using Azure turnkey modules reduced time to market and the need for in-house tools

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