ETI Announces Data Integration Platform for Global Deployment
Helps users create, deploy, and maintain high-performance data integration interfaces
Evolutionary Technologies International, Inc. (ETI) today released ETI Solution Version 6. The development platform helps users create, deploy, and maintain high-performance data integration interfaces. ETI Solution V6 sports several data-integration enhancements in areas such as data access, international data integration, integration competency centers, project specification automation, and advanced data quality.
ETI Solution generates code; there is no hardware component, so deployment cost is low, according to a company release. The program generates royalty-free integration code, and because the data is not replicated or staged, security exposure is minimized.
Additional enhancements in the ETI Solution V6 portfolio include:
ETI Solution-generated code can perform ETL (extract, transform, and load) operations on multibyte data, including data from multiple sources, even data in different Japanese character encodings.
ETI iSpec client automates creating and documenting project specification documents. Developers can define complex ETL processes using a visual design interface,
%he ETI Integration Center 2.0 (iCenter) portal provides on-demand access, creation, delivery and support of ETI Built-to-Order (BTO) data interfaces. In a statement, the company said the ETI BTO interfaces “provide high performance data movement and complex transformation capabilities according to individual customer needs including multi-step processing, conditional logic, data lookup, string manipulation, conversion capabilities, data profiling and data cleansing¯all built into the BTO connector. Each ETI BTO connector is compiled in the iCenter, which functions as the customer’s Integration Competency Center.”
Improved master data management (MDM)
Issue tracking to improve developer productivity
Data change and impact analysis (CDC)
New and/or better support for Java/File System, Java/XML, COBOL/File System, COBOL/DB2, C/Oracle and C/XML as well as support for Windows Vista.
For more information, visit http://www.eti.com.
James E. Powell is the former editorial director of Enterprise Strategies (esj.com).