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TIBCO Data Virtualization

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What is TIBCO Data Virtualization?

TIBCO Data Virtualization is an enterprise data virtualization solution that orchestrates access to multiple and varied data sources and delivers the datasets and IT-curated data services foundation for nearly any solution.

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10 out of 10
April 05, 2023
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What is TIBCO Data Virtualization?

TIBCO® Data Virtualization aims to break down data silos and makes complex, distributed data environments simple – placing a business-friendly layer over data that makes it easier to find, understand, and use. Users focus on data’s business value, while data engineers take care of the rest. The solution lets users build and manage virtualized datasets and IT curated data services with speed and its out-of-the-box data sources supports the most demanding connectivity needs, with the goal of providing more data sources than any competitor.

TIBCO® Data Virtualization deployed in companies in financial services, energy, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, healthcare, government, transportation, communications, and technology.

TIBCO Data Virtualization Features

  • Supported: Self-service UI
  • Supported: Data Catalog
  • Supported: Metadata Repository
  • Supported: Modeling & Transformation
  • Supported: Secuirty
  • Supported: Caching
  • Supported: Quality
  • Supported: Governance
  • Supported: Management
  • Supported: Performance Optimization
  • Supported: Version Control
  • Supported: Runtime Environment
  • Supported: Data Access
  • Supported: Data Delivery
  • Supported: Active Cluster
  • Supported: Deployment Manager
  • Supported: composite Data Views

TIBCO Data Virtualization Screenshots

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TIBCO Data Virtualization Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux
Mobile ApplicationNo
Supported LanguagesEnglish, French, Japanese

Frequently Asked Questions

TIBCO Data Virtualization is an enterprise data virtualization solution that orchestrates access to multiple and varied data sources and delivers the datasets and IT-curated data services foundation for nearly any solution.

Denodo, Dremio, and AtScale are common alternatives for TIBCO Data Virtualization.

Reviewers rate Performance highest, with a score of 7.9.

The most common users of TIBCO Data Virtualization are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees).
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Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
I used TIBCO Data Virtualization to build a federated query engine extracting data from several different sources and serving it up to a semantic layer to be used by the business.
  • It has ability to connect to a variety of platforms
  • It offers a central management console for admins accessible on web browser
  • It abstracts the complexity of ETLs from the end users of data who consume it to drive decision making.
  • TIBCO Data Virtualization does not offer out of the box it's own caching layer. It has to be augmented with some other database technology to cache data for efficient querying.
  • TIBCO Data Virtualization is very tedious to maintain when it comes to managing granular permissions on objects and artifacts.
  • TIBCO Data Virtualization by default tends to process the data in its own server memory instead of delegating it to the backend systems where data comes from. This sometimes leads to a server crash if not handled properly.
TIBCO Data Virtualization is well suited for customers who are challenged to deal with extracting data from dozens of different sources and systems, and do not have the time and liberty to hire data engineers and/or ETL developers to write dozens or hundreds of complex ETLs.

However, there are situations where TIBCO Data Virtualization severely underperforms, and those are where we are dealing with large volumes of data, in tera bytes or peta byte scale system. For example, a messaging queue which sends 200 million messages every hour will choke TIBCO Data Virtualization if the technology is chosen to route the data.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Data from disparate sources had to be merged for loading to our warehouse.
Tibco provided Lineage and quick turnaround time to merge the data.
  • Drivers to access multiple data souces
  • Needs a bit of learning curve but Joining different sources
  • Exposing the data as REST API
  • Memory management can be better.
  • In a 2 node cluster, the timekeeper does not share much load. we need to scale it to multiple nodes to take advantage of the cluster.
  • The IDE for TDV Development can improve a lot
Well Suited:
If data needs to be collected from different types
Quick ETL with SQL like coding.
need to Expose processed data in SQL, REST,SOAP with no extra coding.


Prasenjit Mandal | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We used TIBCO Data Virtualization to visualize and run analytics on cross LOB customer data for curating personalized finance and loan offers. This tool is one of the best at its class to pull data from disparate sources and help running analytics on top of them to build models.
  • Visualize data
  • Pulls from disparate sources
  • Integration with other existing eco systems
  • Ease of installation
Pulling data from disparate sources spread across a large organization.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
I use TIBCO Spotfire to analyze and visualize tabular data in biomedical research, which including preclinical experiment, screening, text mining, genomics, data from clinical trials.
  • process, reshape data, allows many operations like pivot, unpivot, change column names etc.
  • interactive interface
  • variety of visualization provided
  • option of sharing on web or download as file
  • data canvas to understand relationship among data tables and edit processes
  • interface: the filters - can be a hassle when many tables in the
  • color scheme: not be able to save or customize
  • export image can't define the size of output
  • can't define the base scheme color e.g. axis, ticks, current default is too light, difficult to see in Powerpoint.
  • visualize high through put data: e.g. genomics, gene expression.
  • manipulating data frame
Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Bringing disparate data sources together to allow for a homogeneous denormalized view for data distribution and consumption across multiple business units. Scope is primarily across the Finance, Risk space.
TIBCO DV allows us to bring the Balance sheet data, and merge that with the counterparty data, market data, exchange rates and risk attributes.
  • Bringing disparate data sources together
  • Intuitive setup wrt the physical, logical and business layer definitions.
  • Memory management and query optimization
  • Transparency and control over execution plan
Suited
1. Bringing disparate data sets representing a complete picture of an entity/trade/position
2. Ease of bringing them together

Less appropriate
1. Setting up involved logic/transformations within the logical layer leads to major performance issues.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We are using TIBCO to fetch external data in PwC. We are using .net core along with TIBCO.
  • Fetching data
  • Efcore plug in with Tibco
  • Compatibility with old and new codes
  • Did not see any major issues
Excellent compatibility
Dave Withers | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
really great for abstraction of the queries to objects and column and row level security of elements. TDV is the layer between the application and the data storage layer that ensures proper authorization of what a user or role can read, write, or alter and handles the translation between these components into SQL statements
  • abstraction
  • row level security
  • column level security
  • user interface
  • training
  • documentation
in environments that have many disparate data stores that need to be secured or addressed in a unified way across an enterprise. this would include hybrid on premise and cloud architectures requiring a single point of translation or semantic layer that hides the underlying sql used to query or interact with the data stores directly.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
The following reasons make working with TDV very reliable and quick in my day-to-day task. a. More approachable. b. Quickly querying the data. c. Creating connections to various data sources. d. simple and effective. e. Robust and Combability with various data sources. f. Incorporating cloud connections. g. caching the huge data.
  • Caching huge data
  • Incorporating cloud data source connections
  • Robust and Combability with various data sources
  • Simple and effective
  • User Interface can be enhanced
  • Customer Service turn around time
  • Quick analysis of data
TIBCO Data Virtualization has developed a platform to track, manage, and provide concise reports throughout the various stages of the sales process. It is a powerful tool that has helped maximise efficiency through its visualisation formats. After working with this tool and seeing the benefits, I couldn't imagine my life without it. I will continue to use TIBCO Data Virtualization for the foreseeable future.
April 05, 2023

Great product!

Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
TIBCO Data Virtualization has created a platform to track manage and provide concise reports throughout the various cycles of the sales process. It is a robust tool that has helped maximize efficiency through its visualization formats. After working with this tool and seeing the benefits I could not see myself without it. I will continue to use TIBCO Data Virtualization for the foreseeable future.
  • Data wrangling
  • Curve fitting
  • Visualizations
  • User interface
  • Customization
  • Filtering
It is well suited in the sales department, but also allows a platform for our customers to successfully leverage their data and communicate collaboratively across their lines of business. It provides high and low level knowledge of data that would not be nearly as insightful without the power of the visualizations that TIBCO Data Virtualization has to offer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Today, in the organization, the TIBCO Data Virtualization solution is a fundamental pillar for the creation of statistics as an intermediate between the data source and the Viewer since it allows us to create data cubes, transform and orchestrate information from the different sources within the organization, as well as allowing us to quickly create OData services for our clients to consult information. It really is a wonderful and versatile tool.
  • Quick to query data.
  • Orchestration of data from different sources.
  • Data virtualization is really fantastic.
  • The speed to make an OData service available for information query.
  • Improve the segmentation of permissions to access published services.
  • That allows the modification of the schemas in the publication of OData services.
One of the main benefits we have with TIBCO Data Virtualization is being able to have information available quickly by applying the information cache; this benefits us by reducing queries to databases and not affecting the performance of databases and servers. And the response times in the information query are really fast even with large volumes of information; this really optimizes the query of statistical reports in the company as well as the query of information when it is required from an application using OData services, really the option of having the information available in a virtualized way is wonderful.
Ellen Caroline Murphy Dixon | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Processing data from other sources is ideal for data consumption within the company and is what generates easy-to-read data reports. Many departments use TIBCO Data Virtualization thanks to the fact that it has very simple tools that are perfectly integrated, we always manage to solve the difficulties in data governance and data virtualization is a source of success in data management.
  • Fast and effective data processing.
  • Robust connection to multiple data sources.
  • It has a user interface that guarantees compliance with business goals due to how easy it is to execute all functions.
  • The price can be very expensive in the initial stage of implementation and can be very high risk, but everything is positive after implementation.
There are many departments that require TIBCO Data Virtualization. For your daily work in the company, this is a tool that is very easy to use by all the members of my team and the implementation is also fast, there are no delays of any kind in TIBCO, it also has technical support that helps quickly. We have drawbacks, everything in TIBCO is very nice, from the integrations to the data reading features.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
TDV is used in our organization to create master data views used by a host of downstream applications as a common source of the data stream. TDV is helpful in the sense that we can create a common master view by combining different consumer views sourced from a wide variety of data sources.
  • Master data views from disparate data sources.
  • Integration with Cloud technologies.
  • Compatibility with target systems such as Business Objects, Spotfire etc.
  • Improve the web manager console to better manage users /groups/ monitor logs etc.
Well suited: Useful for aggregating data sources and creating a master view to be used across Org streams/ units. Less appropriate: Not a lot of organs use TDV solely because it is marketed as a sole virtualization product rather than a suite of products. Moreover, there is definitely room for improvement when it comes to the user interface, especially the web manager console.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Many disparate data sources in a multitude of different data formats and data types posed a challenge to produce consolidated reports that related different programs into a single view. After consolidating data sources the need was to provide concise charts to display the current state and trends. The application was efficient in providing for these needs.
  • Connected to data sources.
  • Consolidated data views of different data sources.
  • Supported relevant visualizations of consolidated data.
  • Requires familiarity with the interface.
  • More data visualization chart options.
  • Increased customization of visualizations.
When faced with many disparate data sources in a multitude of different data formats and data types the applications support many connectors to meet the challenge of producing consolidated reports. Relating different data sets into a single view is a strong feature. After consolidating data sources the ability to provide concise charts to display the current state and trends was key. The application is efficient in providing for these needs.
Score 6 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
TIBCO Data Virtualization is used across departments to visualize performance indicators. We have various performance indicators. For instance in our new support center we are registrering the origins for each instance triggering the support request in order to find the best technicians for the job. With the visualization it's possible to easily identify who has the most success on different kinds of support requests, and this way we get happier customers.
  • Graphics are more appealing than large tables of numbers, and often easier to spot trends in data when visualized.
  • Data can come from many sources, and Tibco is good at merging data from different sources and by that allowing new analysis to be made.
  • When first setup and you have a constant flow of data, it is really simple to use the knowledge from your own data, that you weren't able to do before.
  • Integrations.
  • Ease of use.
  • Trials periods.
TIBCO Data Virtualization is well suited for instances where the visuals are important. It can be in many different instances and departsments of your company from sales, support and finance etc. You need certain IT skills to do the setup, but once done and you have a constant flow of data, everything is really simple.
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
TIBCO Data Virtualization is available to all of our organizations. TIBCO Data Virtualization is used by most of our organizations to bring multiple data into one reporting solution. TIBCO Data Virtualization allows us to pull data from many different sources in many different locations and create the reporting requirements that are needed by our various business departments.
  • Use different data repositories in one solution.
  • Use of analytics tools by end users.
  • Use of SQL so users don't have to learn a new scripting language.
  • Unable to find a way to run a scheduled report to be saved to another location.
  • High cost compared to other solutions.
  • Tool is a bit difficult to learn.
If your organization is large, has many different data sources, and has the budget then TIBCO Data Virtualization may be the solution for you. The TIBCO Data Virtualization tool does take some time to learn. If your organization is smaller with a lower budget then there may be a better solution for you. We also need reports automatically generated on a periodic basis and saved to another location (such as our electronic document management system) but we aren't sure if/how this can be accomplished using TIBCO Data Virtualization.
Savan Almelkar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
The business problem was client was having data distributed across multiple data silos/ data sources..The data was also generated by multiple departments / locations across the company. Since the data was generated by multiple channels, the management was facing problem with multiple version of same data with incomplete information. There was need to have a single source of data , so the data can be a trusted data and can be used across each departments with each channel/department contributing additional info of the data. So the company wanted to build a data lake , so as to have single source of data for better data governance and use this data for growth of company. To implement this there was need to connect to all the data sources of the company which was spread in different geographic locations at on premises and cloud. Since the data was spread across different geographical locations in few locations data was stored in legacy system, where there was no scope to upgrade or move the data to other data storage. So these were critical applications where there was need to get this data without impacting the existing business which depended on this legacy systems. The standard way of getting data through ETL was also taken into consideration, but there was lot of limitations and disadvantages. So after analyzing all the available technologies it was decided to implement the data virtualization which itself has lot of benefits from technology wise and from cost wise.So the company decided to implement TIBCO Data Virtualization as it was perfect tool which had all the industry standard adapters readily available to connect to cloud and on premises data. Now after implementing TIBCO Data Virtualization, the company can get any new data source which is implemented at their different geographical locations into their main data lake within fraction of time. This gives freedom for the the IT team at different geographical location to implement their IT needs without worrying about the Data related technologies or storage. Based on the resource availability and IT budget the IT team can now implement or procure hardware/software where as TIBCO Data Virtualization is playing a important role of connecting to all these data source and presenting this data has single unified layer of data which is further utilized to build the data lake.
  • Connecting to different data silos and presenting the data as a singled unified layer of data.
  • Exposing data to Technical and non technical users through Web UI or reporting tools
  • Secured exposure of data as web services.
  • Row level and column level data security
  • Multi tenancy data security.
  • Real time data by connecting to the operational databases
  • Historical data generation
  • Data Catalog feature can be improved where User can also connect to external data which is not part of the Tibco DV so when required User can analyze the external data with Tibco DV Data
  • Data Discovery can also be improved where relationship between tables should automatically generated by doing sample profiling of the data.
  • For better governance of data using other tibco tools like ebx , bw , spotfire there should be adapters available which can be used to communicate with other tibco tools.
TIBCO Data Virtualization is well suited where you have a need to bring data from different data silos and also present this data as single unified layer without h storing this data in a traditional data warehouse.It also recommended ins scenarios where you need to implement data security on your data based on role or at tenancy level. Tibco Data Virtualization is recommended for organization who don't have the infrastructure or budget where they don't want to invest in huge data centers or data storage, but still want to provide single layer of unified data. TIBCO Data Virtualization is not a data warehouse and is not recommended if any organization wants to replace their existing data warehouse with data virtualization.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We used TIBCO Data Virtualization to develop an API for transferring data from one source system to another destination system. We also developed various APIs using different types of connectors like Salesforce and AWS. We developed both inbound and outbound flows and processed streamlined data using Apache Kafka and automated business workflows.
  • API Management
  • Performance metrics
  • Process Automation
  • More connectors should be available for free
  • UI should be improved on releases
  • In-buit unit testing connectors should be invented
TIBCO Data Virtualization is mainly suited for Salesforce integrations where we can create, update and query the data from Salesforce. There are multiple custom connectors available like Salesforce pardot by which we can develop Inbound or outbound flows based on business requirements and build APIs. There are also multiple connectors on Amazon like Amazon redshift, Amazon s3.
Abhishek Nair | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We use TIBCO Data Virtualization in our organization to provide solutions to multiple clients for data virtualization, which provides an abstract layer where we can connect heterogeneous data sources like RDBMS and Non-RDBMS as well as flat files and provide a singular database as a solution. We can make web service as well. Multiple clients have complex data, which is stored on multiple databases. We can make it singular by using data virtualization.
  • Connection multiple database
  • Provide multiple output options like web service and database
  • User management
  • Data handling
  • Community support
  • User-friendly web portal
  • Deployment portal
  • Clustering
  • Customer adaptor support
TIBCO Data Virtualization will be well used in companies that have data stored in a heterogeneous database and have complex data, but the size of data should be medium. For larger data, TIBCO Data Virtualization lags in performance.

TIBCO Data Virtualization will not be useful in the scenario where the company has stored its data in a similar fusion same database data size is large.
BENAOUN Mahdi | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We use [TIBCO Data Virtualization] to extract different data from several data sources and [it has] always met our needs. It's been a good [purchase] with a great ROI.
  • Data extraction
  • Data preparation
  • Metadata support
  • Data virtualization
  • Customer support
  • Updates
[TIBCO Data Virtualization is] best used for data extraction from multiple sources, especially when the data isn't easy to to integrate for a final result. [TIBCO Data Virtualization] can effectively prepare the data to be usable for our needs.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
It's used internally by the department to manage and visualize data. We use it to generate and create reports also. It helps us manage the huge amount of data we have and makes it easier to search and see trends. We also use it to give a summary to our management on the trends.
  • Manage data.
  • Generate reports.
  • Search data.
  • Responsiveness.
  • Performance.
  • User experience.
It is useful for companies with huge data, as it makes it easier to see trends and statistics and also search for the required information. Companies can also use it to analyze the data and see if there are any areas for improvement and areas that are doing well and focus on those.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Identified as one important enabler for the new digital ecosystem, is helping NOS build a Digital Stack and deliver new capabilities much faster and enforce security, resilience, performance, and scalability. We start by implementing Data Virtualization to support our Interactive Voice Response used by our Call Center 24x7 and expanding this capability to our digital channels providing the best experience to NOS customers.
  • Performance (Data Cache keeps a live "copy" of our data)
  • Common data model design for Business and IT(improve data governance)
  • Faster Implementation(time-to-market)
  • Secure (systems not exposed)
  • Resilience (support several scenarios simultaneous - online data vs cache data)
  • Studio User interface more modern
  • Messaging (Kafka, Pulsar,...) adapter out-of-the-box without the need to buy additional software
Tibco Data Virtualization simplifies the architecture between the operational systems and front ends. Allow us to build a common data model for everyone(Business and IT), align the different rules, capabilities, segments, and SLA's in one tool. Event-driven is a must in this kind of environment in particular for data cache management. The product is very flexible and we can easily replicate some tools and get "lost" in the use cases scenarios we want to implement, respect the product core and clarify your needs and objectives.
Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We use it for unifying access to various systems distributed across the company, along with simplifying authentication to several "kerberized" data sources. Also, we have a row-level security filtering applied in TDV due to a few underlying data source systems not supporting RLS. As for business problems, we actually do not address any (yet), we address only technical ones.
  • Data throughput.
  • Multitude of connectivity options to published datasources (JDBC, ODBC, REST, SOAP...).
  • Performance of TDV Studio (its own IDE) is poor.
  • Performance of TDV repository database is rather poor for larger numbers of objects .(Note: We have approx. 9tsd objects introspected in TDV and approx. 20tsd objects generated in upper DV layers.)
  • Propagation of privileges to parent/child dependencies does not work when applying recursively on a folder. (It's a huge setback when working with large number of objects organized semantically into subfolders.)
  • Lack of command line client interface for scripting at the time of version 8.4 (I had to write my own CLI.)
  • TDV Studio does an absolutely horrible job with its own code editors when indentation is in place. Also, the editor is brutally slow and feature-poor.
  • Tracking privileges on the level of table/view columns causes occasional problems when regranting.
  • TDV's stored programs ("SQL scripts" in their own terminology) compiler leaves out many syntactic and semantic checks, making them hugely prone to run-time errors.
  • TDV Server's REST API is a very poor (in terms of features) and flawed cousin to its SOAP API (at the time of version 8.4).
It's a very nice tool for accessing data in a simple way, but it's haunted by many flaws, in design, in implementation and during use of its own IDE, the TDV Studio. It's of little use when "semiproduct"/temporary calculations are necessary for calculating anything as it does not provide fast data offloading techniques (comparable to, e.g., Oracle's direct path loads, parallel inserts, multi-inserts, CTAS's or combinations thereof).
Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
It was supposed to centralize access to numerous data sources from different DB architectures and provide unified access to all data. However, the limitations we found for example in the Hadoop connection prevent this use case for now. Interesting technology but it has to mature further to be usable on an enterprise level and for more complicated use cases.
  • Merges different data sources
  • simplifies access to data
  • unifies user base management
  • leverage advanced database operations
  • hadoop access
  • performance
Our use case to use TIBCO Data Virtualization as a single access point to all databases failed so far. We had issues while using complex structured data sources in TIBCO Data Virtualization. We are still in the PoC phase with no outlook for productive use soon.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
I am using this app to generate reports on customer orders with different kinds of statuses to understand what are the pending orders and I can analyse the same. As Croma is in the retail industry of the electronic market, we are receiving E-commerce orders from many websites like Croma.com, Tata Cliq, Amazon, Flipkart. TIBCO gives us all the data required for a better understanding of segregation and customer behaviour. We are using these data for further presentation to management to show where we are and what are the scops of improvement.
  • Open order report.
  • Pending order report.
  • Finance related report.
  • Real time data generation.
  • Adding graphs for better data analysis.
  • Indicators.
TIBCO data virtualization is useful for industries where they are getting E-commerce orders or online orders from customers. They can serve orders on time to increase better customer service. Pendency will be reduced with this app and one can achieve 100% SLA adherence if taking data for proper analysis. Best app.
Ramprasad Rangachary, PMP® | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We have data coming in from diverse sources. Some of the data come from the operational systems and the rest of it is derived from external sources with whom we have subscriptions for the same. This data is sanitized and transformed into various reports and dashboards which are consumed by customers either in the form of PowerBI/Tableau or are a raw dump of the same. Data virtualization is used by core operational teams only.
  • Security & Governance of the data.
  • Sophisticated/advanced query engines.
  • Data orchestrations.
  • Higher learning curve.
  • Pricing is high.
  • Initial setup is slightly cumbersome.
Some of the great aspects are:
1) Data Integration
2) Unified layer for data related operations
3) Effective and quicker data processing
4) Robust connections to numerous data sources
5) Ability to use the user interface with ease during initial implementation stages
6) Ability to seamlessly and easily integrate this tool with multiple 3rd party applications
7) High performance end-to-end
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