Houston, Texas-based Stone Bond Technologies recently announced the release of version 10 of its Enterprise Enabler. The data integration and virtualization provider also updated its EE Data Freedom solution. The new products were developed with both the technical developer and business user in mind.
Stone Bond Technologies’ Enterprise Enabler is a virtualization platform that unifies information silos for visibility across multiple data source in real-time. This allows users to analyze business data as it is occurring to maximize the use of assets, minimize costs, and improve business processes. It is a highly scalable, single platform for configuring, testing, deploying, and monitoring Data Integration for a point solution or throughout the enterprise.
EE Data Freedom is a free data virtualization and ETL solution designed for single-use cases and SMBs that have limited amounts of data. The company adds: “It’s also a good way for those that are familiar with the term Data Virtualization but have not experienced it first-hand and are looking for additional training.” EE Data Freedom licensing doesn’t expire and is scalable to the enterprise solution if needed.
The new version of Enterprise Enabler incorporates data virtualization, ETL and application integration in a single view. The tool automatically generates and hosts query-able virtual models, and users do not need to leave the environment to write custom code snippets. It also features secure write-back to sources via the virtual model, and is completely metadata driven to facilitate changes over time.
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