Zumero for SQL Server (ZSS) v3.3.0
ZSS can be hosted on your own servers next to your existing SQL Server database, or installed on a cloud platform such as Microsoft Azure.
Zumero requires no changes to your existing data; it works alongside your SQL databases and applications, keeping changes up-to-date (in both directions) between SQL Server and mobile devices.
Your applications need not know or care that synchronization is occurring, nor do your mobile apps need to worry about staying up-to-date with the backend. ZSS takes care of the details.
See what it takes to Get Started with ZSS, or scroll down for documentation, component downloads, or to get your free ZSS Trial License.
If you're building an application with a new SQL Server database, then you may want to host your ZSS Server on Azure
ZSS Client SDK
The ZSS Client SDK contains the libraries, headers, and documentation you'll need to use Zumero for SQL Server on:
- Android (native and PhoneGap)
- iOS (native and PhoneGap)
- Windows, WinRT and Windows Phone 8
- Mac OS X
- Linux (Ubuntu 12.04+, Fedora 17+)
Download the ZSS Client SDK zip file.
The SDK is also available as a Portable Class Library (PCL) on NuGet
The tools you'll need to configure Zumero mobile synchronization for your SQL Server databases.
Requires Windows 10 Anniversary Update (v1607) or later.
Download the ZSS Manager installer.
Includes the IIS components used to communicate with your mobile applications.
- Download the ZSS Server installer
then request a free trial license key by entering your email address below:
Getting Started with Zumero for SQL Server
What you'll need to have, know, and do to get up and running.
Instructional videos on topics from installing ZSS to creating Zumero-enabled apps.
Frequently Asked Questions about ZSS.
What's new in version 3.3.0?
Migrating from SQL CE to Zumero
Technical whitepaper on migrating apps from SQL Compact 3.5 and Merge Replication to Zumero.