Magnitude Gateway Delivers Unified Data Access
Magnitude Software has introduced Magnitude Gateway, a data connectivity platform that delivers instant, self-service access to operational and analytical data wherever it resides, as well as an improved user experience.
The platform provides unified access to enterprise data to organizations and independent software vendors alike.
In addition, the company says, it enables ISVs in the business analytics, intelligence, and data source and integration spaces to get products to market faster without requiring additional, or specialized, resources, while also ensuring low-cost maintainability of deployed data connectivity. The connectivity capabilities also provide enterprise business teams with multiple applications and data sources to self-service real-time data from any data source, while benefiting from embedded business logic that puts insights in the hands of business users, without IT involvement.
Magnitude built its Gateway platform to provide unified data access via universal drivers to nearly 100 mission-critical applications and data sources. These drivers provide a single interface to standard and intelligent adapters. Intelligent adapters are enriched with business schema, supplying business views of the data through an augmented semantic layer. The platform’s modular access to data sources removes the need for heavy implementation and maintenance requirements and ensures simplified configuration and connectivity management.
The platform enables simplified set-up, management, and maintenance of data connectivity solutions geared toward both the ISV community and enterprise business teams, improving the user experience while also reducing the sourcing and upkeep burdens of data connectivity solutions, said Darren Pierce, CTO of Magnitude Software.
The Magnitude Gateway platform was architected by Magnitude’s Simba Technologies team to meet the complex data connectivity needs of analytics and application vendors, and enterprise teams. It enables leading data providers such as HortonWorks, Databricks, Cloudera, Datastax and MapR, and application and analytics ISVs including Alteryx, Power BI, Qlik, Tableau and Microstrategy, to reduce costs and product time-to-market.
In addition to eliminating data connectivity development and traditional distribution burdens, and minimizing maintenance and support while delivering new connectivity to business users independently of the ISV’s release cycle, Gateway also enables ISVs to gain new insights on usage analysis to better understand data source popularity, data volumes, and frequency to manage their existing and new pipeline more effectively.
For more information, visit www.magnitude.com.