Introduction

Enzo Server
  Installation
  Quick Start
  Core Features
    Async Calls
    ConnectionStrings
    Edge Cache
    HTTP Access
    Scheduling
    Views
  Advanced Capabilities
    Change Data Capture
  Administration
    Configuration Settings
    Logins & ACL
    Auditing
    Current Executions
    Linked Server
    SSL

  User Guides
     Sharding
     Sharding Overview

     SharePoint

   Adapters
    All Adapters
    Azure Bus
    Azure IoT Hub
    Azure Key Vault
    Azure Storage
    Couchbase
    CSV
    DB (RDBMS)
    Files
    Flight Aware
    FTP
    Geonames
    HttpEndpoint (REST)
    Insteon
    Loggly
    Messaging (SMS/SMTP)
    MongoDB
    Motus
    MSAD
    MSMQ
    Pipeline
    Pressero
    RabbitMQ
    SalesForce
    Shard
    SharePoint
    SQL Server
    Threading
    Twilio
    Twitter
    VellemanDMX
    Weather (Underground)
    Whiparound
    WMI
    Xls (Excel)
    ZIP


  SDK
    Overview
    Installation
    DevHost
    Create A Simple Adapter
    Handler Columns

    Advanced SDK Concepts
      Handler Decorators
      Dynamic Columns
      Table & Table Enumerators
      Virtual Tables

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INTRODUCTION


Enzo Server is a native SQL and HTTP server that allows you to connect to a large number of systems without requiring the deployment of ODBC drivers. Since Enzo is a server platform you can configure it centrally and leverage capabilities that ODBC drivers cannot offer natively.

Enzo Server

The documentation for Enzo Server is divided in the following sections:



In addition, Enzo Server offers a Software Development Kit (SDK) that allows organizations to build additional adapters easily using Visual Studio C#.NET. See the SDK section for more information and a sample adapter.