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Easy iOS SDK to MS SQL Server integration with RudderStack
RudderStack’s open source iOS SDK allows you to integrate RudderStack with your iOS app to track event data and automatically send it to MS SQL Server. With the RudderStack iOS SDK, you do not have to worry about having to learn, test, implement or deal with changes in a new API and multiple endpoints every time someone asks for a new integration.
Popular ways to use MS SQL Server
Easily send event stream and batch data to MS SQL Server from multiple sources.
Skip the formatting work in MS SQL Server and move faster with predefined data structures.
Easily configure custom sync schedules to MS SQL Server that work with your existing data workflows.
Frequently Asked Questions
With Rudderstack, integration between iOS SDK and MS SQL Server is simple. Set up a iOS SDK source and start sending data.
Timing can vary based on your tech stack and the complexity of your data needs for iOS SDK and MS SQL Server.
RudderStack MS SQL Server Documentation
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RudderStack iOS SDK Documentation
Refer to our step-by-step guide and start using iOS SDK today
About MS SQL Server
Microsoft SQL Server or MS SQL Server is a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). It is used to store and retrieve data as required by other applications. With SQL Server, you can query data efficiently from tables, create database objects, and administer your data. Microsoft has released different versions of SQL Server over the years, which are aimed at different audiences and different workloads.
About iOS SDK
RudderStack’s open source iOS SDK allows you to integrate RudderStack with your iOS application and track event data from your app. After integrating the SDK, you can start sending event data from your app to a wide range of popular marketing, sales, and product tools including Amplitude, Google Analytics, and more. With RudderStack iOS SDK, you don't have to worry about having to learn, test, or implement a new API every time.