HOUSTON, July 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Leveraging the cloud for Big Data brings a host of opportunities not usually found within the walls of a corporate enterprise. The cloud brings an elasticity to try new architectures, explore new applications and meld your legacy data with Social and New Media for breakthrough business tools such as Predictive Analytics. The trouble with the cloud is the justified concern about maintaining data security. Stone Bond Technologies resolves this issue with Enterprise Enabler, the flagship product for complex data integrations in a hosted and cloud environment.
The most valuable information to your company is probably not social media but rather your corporate data. With Enterprise Enabler you have the solution for Federating, Virtualizing and Leveraging your Big Data in the cloud.
With our Virtualization Technology:
- Your Data remains your data. Your data is never physically copied or placed to the cloud or anywhere along the way for that matter
- Single step processing. Data is accessed, transformed, aligned and virtualized in a single execution
- The data integration is end-user aware. The end user of the cloud application will see only the data he has authority to see.
- Your data is immediately actionable. Users of the cloud applications can update and add data on their screens, and the data is passed back to the source for updating, provided the user has authorization to do that.
Pamela Szabo, CTO of Stone Bond commented, "In order to be effective at leveraging your Big Data assets, integrating Big Data sources must be treated with streamlined transformation, federation, and virtualization, in an exceptionally unified architecture. It also requires the ability to handle complex data handling with inline quality checks and error handling. This is necessary to provide the high performance requirement and is achieved by eliminating the classic steps through multiple components for extraction, transformation, staging to federate, and transforming again to align to the destination."
The explosion of social media certainly brings a new dimension on rapidly growing, potentially valuable data, and poses the challenge of making it as valuable as the Big Data you already have but Big Data has been around for a long time. Just think about the huge bodies of data that corporations have been gathering and analyzing.
Corporate Big Data is not like Social Media:
- It's not in one place like the cloud for Social Media
- It's across different organizations and geographies
- It looks different each place
Pamela Szabo continued, "I think of the Big Data focus as being on how to make it useful, not just for business analytics, but more importantly, to make it actionable to your elastic and agile enterprise. This means your solutions need to be something that can be configured in very short time frames, which means eliminating custom coding."
By adding Stone Bond's patented Integration Integrity Manager, companies can simultaneously federate and virtualize their Big Data in a cloud environment and monitor and manage the actionable metadata. Utilizing the Integration Integrity Manager within the data cloud notifies developers, database architects and network administrators of potential data integrity changes at the metadata level.
ABOUT STONE BOND TECHNOLOGIES
Stone Bond Technologies, L.P. is the leading provider of business integration software for data virtualization, federation and orchestration delivering the industry's fastest time-to-value. As the only integration solution to scale both up and down to meet business needs, Stone Bond provides software solutions that help businesses improve their bottom line by streamlining interaction among business systems. To learn more about Stone Bond Technologies please visit, www.stonebond.com.
One or more United States patents cover Integration Integrity Manager. Enterprise Enabler is a registered trademark of Stone Bond Technologies, L.P. Other trade names used in this document are acknowledged to be the properties of their respective owners.
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