Azure Data Share
Easily share data on your terms
Serverless code-free data sharing service that requires no infrastructure setup or management
Intuitive interface to govern all your data sharing relationships
Automated data sharing processes for productivity and predictability
Secure data sharing service that uses underlying Azure security measures
Easily share data the way you want
Govern your data shares for safer sharing
Easily and efficiently track and manage your data sharing relationships using an intuitive, user-friendly interface. See who you have shared data with and when the data is accepted. Stop future updates from flowing through at any time.
Expand analytical datasets for enhanced insights
Combine internal data with partner data for new insights. Share and receive data in any format to or from Azure Synapse Analytics, Azure SQL Database, Azure Blob Storage, Azure Data Lake Storage and Azure Data Explorer. Data Share will support more Azure data stores in the future.See supported data stores
Data Share security
- Data Share uses underlying Azure security measures to help protect your data.
- Control access at the account resource level to help ensure that only authorised users can access the data.
- Data is encrypted in transit, and metadata is encrypted at rest and in transit.
- Data Share uses managed identities for Azure resources and integrates with Azure Active Directory (AAD) to manage credentials and permissions.
Only pay for what you use
Pay as you go with no upfront costs, no infrastructure to set up and no server to provision.
Get started with Data Share
Documentation and resources
Data Share overview
Learn how Data Share helps organisations easily share data.Read the documentation
Follow a tutorial to share data from supported Azure data stores.Learn to share data
Accept and receive data
Learn how to accept and receive data.Explore a tutorial
Frequently asked questions about Azure Data Share
Data Share supports data sharing to and from Azure Synapse Analytics, Azure SQL Database, Azure Data Lake Storage, Azure Blob Storage and Azure Data Explorer. Data Share will support more Azure data stores in the future.
Data Share currently supports unstructured and structured data sets.