Queplix Offers Free Virtual Data Viewer For Faster Implementation of Data Initiatives, Rapid ROI
New data virtualization product enables users to streamline steps to data migration, management, and integration with clear view of database schema and application structures
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Queplix Corp.’s new Virtual Data Viewer is now available for free download and use. The new product streamlines important preliminary steps to implementing any type of data migration, management, integration, or similar data initiative. By unlocking any database schema and exposing the organizational structure of database applications, Virtual Data Viewer lets users review and audit all metadata within just a few minutes. Once users understand their data, they can upgrade Virtual Data Viewer to the recently introduced Virtual Data Manager which integrates on-premise, cloud, and SaaS software applications quickly and securely.
"Whether you're implementing data migration, integrating cloud and on-premise systems, or leaving an old proprietary system, you need to have visibility of your company data across multiple systems without having to identify and export it to unwieldy tools," said Mark Cashman, CEO, Queplix. "Virtual Data Viewer enables users to quickly and easily examine their data before implementing new initiatives. Now they can review data sets, compare object and relational structures, and plan data models without having to use a multitude of complex tools or attend lengthy meetings. As a result, the ROI in time saved is almost immediate."
Virtual Data Viewer simplifies and accelerates the process of planning and implementing a wide variety of data management initiatives:
Business intelligence (BI) use: BI users can benefit from Virtual Data Viewer by employing it to convert all data from relational and object sources to an object hierarchy for easy viewing. As a result, users save up to 90 percent of the setup time normally required to identify key data elements before developing a BI strategy.
- Relational database applications: Virtual Data Viewer reveals all the tables and all their respective column identities (field names) in relational database applications, whether they are proprietary, custom, or some other type. This information lets users compare the database structures of different applications side by side. For example, comparing fields such as customer name in two different applications reveals any differences in how the data is stored.
Master data management (MDM): Considerable planning is required before existing data models can be prepared for use in master data management system. With Virtual Data Viewer, users can quickly and easily understand their various existing data models, reducing the time and complexity of integration into an MDM system.
Data migration: A review of data sets and structures is useful when migrating data, particularly when leaving old, proprietary systems.
Data warehousing: With the new Virtual Data Viewer it is far quicker and easier to perform the necessary review of the various available data sets and their structures.
Cloud and on-premise systems integration: Comparing object structures, relational structures, and other data parameters before integration takes place is easy with Virtual Data Viewer.
The free Virtual Data Viewer is available for download from www.queplix.com.