Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization

Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization

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Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization

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We are using JDV to abstract the underlying data sources away from our applications. Currently the primary use is to allow us some flexibility while we retire an Informix based system.
  • Data source compatibility: since it is Java, it can connect to anything with a JDBC driver.
  • Flexibility: you can configure it however you want, we have it configured to use LDAPS for authentication and have all interfaces encrypted, and setting that up was pretty straight forward.
  • Documentation: hard to navigate, or missing entirely.
  • Integration with Windows: ODBC drivers are not great, don't support SSL.
  • Logging: troubleshooting issues is not straight forward, often requires logging changes.
I think it would work well in a Java/Linux environment. It is not as suited to Windows/.Net.