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
    ActiveCampaign
    Azure Bus
    Azure IoT Hub
    Azure Key Vault
    Azure Storage
    Bing Search
    ConstantContact
    Couchbase
    CSV
    DB (RDBMS)
    Dropbox
    Files
    Flight Aware
    FreshBooks
    FTP
    Geonames
    GoogleDrive
    GoogleSearch
    GoogleSheet
    GreenMile
    GpsInsight
    HttpEndpoint (REST)
    Intacct
    Insteon
    Loggly
    MailChimp
    Messaging (SMS/SMTP)
    MongoDB
    Motus
    MSAD
    MSMQ
    OneDrive
    OneDrive365 (Business)
    Pipeline
    Pressero
    RabbitMQ
    SalesForce
    Shard
    SharePoint
    Slack
    SQL Server
    SQLX
    Sudoku
    Teams
    Threading
    Twilio
    Twitter
    VellemanDMX
    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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ENZO SERVER


Introduction

Enzo Server is a data service that allows you to call any supported system using native SQL commands and/or HTTP calls directly. This documentation will help you get started quickly with Enzo Server and will introduce you to some of the more advanced features like Edge Caching, SQL Integration and Change Data Capture.

Installation Instructions

First you need to install Enzo Server on a dedicated server running Windows Server 2016 or later; note that it is also possible to run Enzo Server on Windows 10 but the server edition is recommended for production workloads. You will also need a SQL Server 2016 database (Express edition or higher) preferably installed on the same server.
See installation instructions here.

Quick Start

Once Enzo Server is installed and running, you should first get acquainted with the platform before trying more advanced features. Since Enzo Server understands native SQL commands, and you have installed SQL Server to setup Enzo, you can start using Enzo with SQL Server Management Studio.
See the Quick Start section to read more.