Syncsort DMX is the fastest, most efficient data integration technology available to extract business-critical information from massive and complex data volumes. Syncsort DMX solutions enable organisations to make critical decisions, unlock greater value from their data, and drive business results. Best of all, these benefits come with lower total cost of ownership (TCO) and superior time-to-value.
Which features does Syncsort DMX support?
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There are more than 1,100 Syncsort DMX customers today across more than 70 countries. Across the entire data integration business (including mainframe and sort), we have thousands of customers.
All major platforms and architectures (UNIX, LINUX and Windows) are supported. Syncsort DMX has an interpreted engine, so jobs / tasks can transparently be moved across platforms without recompilation.
Ease of use
Ease of use and simplicity is a key value of DMExpress. A team can be up and running with the complete Syncsort DMX environment using the simple template based design paradigm within days, while the self-tuning engine means that developers do not have to design for performance as the optimizer eliminates the need for expensive and time consuming tuning cycles during and post deployment. Standard training for Syncsort DMX is only 2 days.
In order to streamline and simplify development and maintenance operations five core stages are used and the Syncsort DMX screens are kept simple and consistent to enable easy navigation. Only the operations that are allowed and possible within a given context will be presented via the interface.
Individual transformation steps (the building blocks of a Syncsort DMX application are called tasks) can be reused in multiple applications, while each called instance can use a separate set of parameters picked up at runtime.
A transformation process is called a job, which can be split in a hierarchy of named sub-jobs while at the lowest level tasks can be created and tested separately and individually.
“This is not a real-time product it is a batch product”
Rick van der Linden, senior analyst and author of the ETL Tools & Data Integration Survey said about Syncsort DMX: “Unlike most of its competitors, this is not a real-time product it is a batch product that you schedule.” Find out more and order now the ETL Tools & Data Integration Survey 2018.
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