Adeptia Integration Server (AIS) is a state-of-the-art software product that includes comprehensive, end-to-end functionality to meet any organisations’ current and future integration requirements. It integrates any application with any data at any location.
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"The software is primarily a platform to integrate (e.g. EDIFACT) data from databases and applications, using a graphical data mapper. Adeptia positions itself against for example IDE Eclipse, an integrated development environment for Java, and states that developers need much less time coding, thus simplifying their work." Read more in our 100% vendor neutral ETL Tools & Data Integration Survey.
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Clarity and reusability
Adeptia Integration Server (AIS) is SOA based and supports reusable services and parameter driven components. The process framework allows splitting, spawn, and calling of sub-processes separately. User-defined, callable functions are supported in AIS. Comments can be added to each activity and are linked to each activity. Also, Users can publish the process in PDF (along with process design, activities and comments /annotations) to document their work.
Do the ETL and the EAI processes use the same metadata?
Metadata services are decoupled from the processes. They exist as independent objects and can be used in both ETL and EAI processes scenarios.
Read once write to multiple targets and vice versa
Adeptia can read the source data once and can clone the parsed data into several streams and write those to any number of targets tables/databases. Multiple sources to single target are supported. Data can be picked from two different tables (same structure or not) and then mapped to one target table.
Data elements are exposed in the process context and Developers can add Rules to route data stream to different targets depending on those rules. AIS process designer includes Rules Repository where Developers can easily define rules on the record and/or data elements.
“It doesn’t excel at anything except the low price”
Rick van der Linden, senior analyst and author of the ETL Tools & Data Integration Survey said about Adeptia Integration Server (AIS): “A reasonable product that in comparison to its competitors doesn’t excel at anything except the low price.” Find out more and order now the ETL Tools & Data Integration Survey 2017.
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