We are setting up a new SAAS application on Azure and while we have used Azure before, not at this level of multiple apps, etc.
We plan to have both a web app and a cloud app in both a US and EU data center. They need to hit a common database because requests will go to the closest data center via traffic manager and a lot of the data works off of the customer table. And a customer (company) can have users in both the U.S. and E.U.
Is there a way to set up Azure Sql Server so it has instances in both data centers, and Azure keeps them synchronized? If I understand sharding right, that is not what we need as someone hitting either data center could be requesting any of the data in the DB.
thanks - dave