“Denodo Platform 5.5 helps organizations shift from largely siloed and vertical-focused data management solutions to architectures that offer a unified data layer through virtualization for the agile delivery of data services across an increasing number of physical data sources and to multiple applications and users,” explained the statement announcing the release.
Loaded with capabilities for real-time query optimization supported by intelligent caching and scheduled data orchestration, unified data governance and quality, and the ability to deliver data services in multiple formats with managed security and service-levels, it also provides:
- Improved Connectivity with better performance and additional adapters for data sources such as Netezza, SAP BW, Excel and SaaS applications.
- Enriched Execution Engine: Includes new automatic query rewriting and data movement capabilities, enhanced cost-based optimization and greater algorithms for some types of “join and group by” operations.
- Information Self-Service: Enhancements to Denodo RESTful Web Services and Denodo Global Search support provides the ability to perform complex data and metadata searches on the content of all or a subset of the views in the Denodo solution.
With this offering, Denodo´s award winning Data Virtualization solution directly addresses the industry’s need to deal with a number of challenges including more data types, ubiquitous data, bigger data volumes, data and metadata discovery, and delivering more agility and value than traditional technologies.
“Most organizations have siloed data sources that multiple users and applications are trying to access, which indicates that they don’t currently have access to the information or that they have multiple point-to-point integrations with multiple products supporting those integrations,” enunciates Philip Howard of Bloor Research Group.
“Denodo Platform 5.5 provides a unified data layer that abstracts and virtualizes all enterprise data assets into canonical business views that can be exposed as linked data services or bespoke SQL. In this way you get integration across all silos from a single platform to create a high performance and agile information architecture to serve all enterprise applications,” he added.
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