Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Data Abstraction-Data Integration

In my earlier blog post I discussed about data integration and how it can provide unified view of disparate data sources. In today's world of data warehousing/data analytics it is becoming increasingly common to have disparate data sources and there are lots of ETL projects which are aimed at consolidating the data into data marts and data warehouses. In today's blog post I would like to introduce a new product called Composite Software which helps in Data Integration and Provides Data Abstraction. It helps the business to perform Data Virtualization. This provides the business with following benefits:

•Simplify information access – Bridge business and IT terminology and technology so both can succeed.

•Common business view of the data – Gain agility, efficiency and reuse across applications via an enterprise information model or “Canonical” model.
•More accurate data –Consistently apply data quality and validation rules across all data sources.
•More secure data – Consistently apply data security rules across all data sources and consumers via a unified security framework.
•End-to-end control – Use a data virtualization platform to consistently manage data access and delivery across multiple sources and consumers.
•Business and IT change insulation –Insulate consuming applications from changes in the source and vice versa. Business users and applications developers work with a more stable view of the data. IT can make ongoing changes and relocation of physical data sources without impacting information users.

Please use the following link to know more about the software:

The developers can work with the Composite Studio to develop the views which would be sourced from different data sources. In a nutshell Composite software is a good tool for perform Data integration and Data Abstraction.

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