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IRI Certifies Voracity with Oracle Linux

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The Oracle Linux and Virtualization Alliance team welcomes IRI, The CoSort Company, and its Voracity data management platform to our ISV ecosystem. Voracity enables customers to marshal data without the cost or complexity of multiple tools.

IRI has certified and supports Voracity on Oracle Linux 7 and 8. This can provide a rich set of performance and security features for Oracle DBAs, big data architects, and data privacy teams.

IRI Voracity combines data discovery, integration, migration, governance, and analytics in a managed metadata framework built on Eclipse. It leverages the proven power of IRI CoSort or Hadoop MR2, Spark, Spark Stream, Storm, and Tez.

IRI Voracity runs on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, enabling modern PaaS and SaaS options for SMB and enterprise customers seeking faster, more affordable, and highly secure cloud execution of ETL jobs, plus data masking and synthesis, data quality and migration, and data wrangling for analytics.

On Oracle Cloud Infrastructure or on premises, customers can use IRI Voracity to perform, speed, and combine critical lifecycle activities including:

  • Data Discovery - classifying, diagramming, profiling, and searching of structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data sources
  • Data Integration - individually optimized, task-consolidated same-pass E, T, and L operations, plus CDC, slowly changing dimensions, and ways to speed or leave any legacy ETL platform
  • Data Migration - and conversion of data types, file formats, and database platforms, plus incremental or bulk data replication and federation
  • Data Governance - PII data masking and re-ID risk scoring, DB subsetting, synthetic test data generation, data validation, cleansing, and enrichment, master and metadata management, etc.
  • Analytics - embedded reporting, integrations with KNIME and cloud analytic platforms, and data wrangling to speed time-to-display in BI tools

 Visit oracle.com/linux and www.iri.com for more information.


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