Latest Version of Relational Junction Data Management Suite, Extends Support to New SaaS Applications with Enhanced Metadata Repository and Data Movement Techniques
Sesame Software, the innovative leader in Enterprise Data Management, announced the rollout of Relational Junction 6.2, the latest version of its suite of data management and replication tools, giving companies the ability to effortlessly create data warehouses for any database or API-enabled application.
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Relational Junction has also added support for many data warehouse platforms, including Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, Snowflake, Google BigQuery, Greenplum, Redshift, and Teradata, using native bulk loaders when appropriate for exceptional performance.
Relational Junction 6.2 allows for quick and secure data movement across any data source or app within your tech stack.
Why is this important?
Relational Junction’s entire focus is on putting all your data into an instant, fully automated data warehouse that gives you complete control of your data. With only minutes of configuration, customers can automatically build a schema and efficiently move data for business intelligence, analytics, and integration.
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“This release has evolved from its predecessor suite of products into a single product that builds on-demand data warehouses out of any database or API-enabled SaaS application with no code, no design, no data mapping, and lights-out continuous operation,” says Rick Banister, founder and CEO of Sesame Software.
Security is at the heart of the product architecture. Sesame Software does not host your data or the product, eliminating all security concerns about vendors potentially allowing data breaches. Instead, Relational Junction can be installed on any private cloud or on-premise hardware platform. Want to use AWS, Oracle OCI, Google Cloud, or Azure? Or just drop it onto your laptop? Sesame Software can support you. UNIX or Windows? No problem.
“By integrating data from external and internal sources with Relational Junction, organizations end up with a relational database that’s fully secure and optimized for their specific needs,” says Banister. “This gives every data-driven company real-time 360-degree access to their most important data, ensuring that sales, marketing, and the C-Suite are aligned for day-to-day decision making and long-term strategic planning.”
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