Value of Standardizing on a Single Data Integration Platform
By Irem Radzik on Jan 13, 2012
Fragmented data stores are a reality and so are the fragmented data architectures. Many companies still leverage custom code, scripts or even SQL in addition to SOA or BI/DW related integration solutions. Using many different data integration tools and methods, they inadvertently create complex, hard-to-manage data architectures. Unfortunately this approach diminishes the tangible benefits of data integration by limiting the ways they can leverage data assets, and by slowing down the efforts to remove data silos.Standardizing on a single data integration platform for enterprise-wide needs enable to maximize value from data integration projects. These benefits include:
- Simplified project management
- Increased developer productivity and shorter implementation times
- Reduced development, maintenance, training and licensing cost
- Improved visibility into how data is used
- Reduced errors in integration and more accurate data
- Increased agility to respond to business needs
Oracle’s Data Integration product family offers a comprehensive, flexible and integrated platform for enterprise-wide data integration needs. Next week on January 18th, we will talk about how using a single data integration platform for all major DI projects delivers value, and discuss in detail Oracle GoldenGate and Oracle Data Integrator’s capabilities that make Oracle the right solution for a standardized approach to data integration across the enterprise.
In this webcast you will hear how Oracle GoldenGate provides capture and delivery capabilities for different databases including Oracle Database, HP NonStop (Enscribe, SQL/MX, SQL/MP), DB2 (LUW and System z), SQL Server, Teradata, Sybase, and MySQL. You will also learn about Oracle Data Integrator's highly flexible knowledge module architecture that provides extended connectivity to support enterprise-wide data integration needs.
Please mark your calendars and register for this free, live webcast:
“ Enterprise Data Integration for Heterogeneous Environments” on January 18th, 2012 at 10am PT/ 1pm ET.