As we continue to welcome more dev and IT teams to low-code, the breadth of data sources that our customers need to connect has increased dramatically. Our integration with CData's connectors is yet another way we're giving dev teams the most robust low-code toolkit on the market and the flexibility
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (PRWEB) May 27, 2020
CData Software (http://www.cdata.com), a leading provider of standards-based drivers and data access solutions for real-time data integration, today announced a partnership with LANSA (a division of Idera, Inc.), a provider of low-code application development platform tools.
Through the partnership, CData will provide enhanced data connectivity to Visual LANSA, enabling developers to easily integrate their enterprise applications with more than 200 popular SaaS, NoSQL, and Big Data sources.
More than 8,000 businesses worldwide use LANSA to change how they develop, maintain, and integrate their business applications. With a proven, 30-year track record of equipping and supporting IT teams, LANSA dramatically improves developer productivity using a combination of innovative technologies for low-code web & mobile development, system integration, and digital transformation initiatives. LANSA users can integrate their disparate data, applications, processes, and databases to seamlessly exchange and process critical business information from within and outside the enterprise.
"This partnership adds even more flexibility to the Visual LANSA low-code platform," said Mitch Holt, Director of Marketing at Idera, Inc. "As we continue to welcome more dev and IT teams to low-code, the breadth of data sources that our customers need to connect has increased dramatically. Our integration with CData's connectors is yet another way we're giving dev teams the most robust low-code toolkit on the market and the flexibility to build better applications faster."
"Our driver technologies and low-code development platforms like Visual LANSA both empower less technical users to solve business problems without help from Enterprise IT," said Eric Madariaga, Chief Marketing Officer, CData Software. "Pairing our drivers with a robust low-code development platform like Visual LANSA gives business users and citizen developers a powerful platform for building and deploying next-generation connected applications."
CData will support LANSA data connectivity directly through CData's standard ODBC driver technologies. This will allow Visual LANSA users to easily integrate with any of the supported data sources as if they were a common relational database, a paradigm familiar to LANSA developers.
For more information about any of the Visual LANSA Connectors, please go to: https://www.cdata.com/solutions/lowcode/lansa/