With Stone Bond Technologies EE offerings, organizations will save more than the 45% estimated by Gartner. The per server licensing model frees organizations to grow as much as they need without paying for the computing power to run data virtualizations.
HOUSTON (PRWEB) December 07, 2018
Stone Bond Technologies, a leader in Data Virtualization and Agile Integration, has been included in the Gartner Market Guide for Data Virtualization for the third consecutive year (Published November 2018). The Gartner Market Guide for Data Virtualization provides an overview of the technology, current and future operational and analytical usages and a listing of vendors, including Stone Bond Technologies.
The implementation of Data Virtualization is expected to increase over the years as it helps address business necessities such as physical integration of the increasing number of data silos and the growing volume generated by each data silo.
“By 2020, organizations utilizing data virtualization as a data delivery style will spend 45% less than those who do not on building and managing data integration processes for connecting distributed data assets.” – Gartner Market Guide for Data Virtualization 2018. Data Virtualization can eliminate the execution of data movement and physically storing integrated views in a target data structure.
Modern Data Virtualization tools provide development and business/administrative control with easy to use interfaces and wizards for better performance. Stone Bond Technologies recently released Enterprise Enabler® (EE) 10 and EE Data Freedom with the purpose of making data integration available and easier for all users, from the technical savvy developer to the day-to-day business user.
The new look and feel, along with some added key features, the Enterprise Enabler® offerings provide an easy to use software that can integrate data faster than before in order to make informed business decisions. With Stone Bond Technologies EE offerings, organizations will save more than the 45% estimated by Gartner. The per server licensing model frees organizations to grow as much as they need without paying for the computing power to run data virtualizations.
To learn more about how to solve business data virtualization and integration challenges within your business, visit stonebond.com/enterprise-enabler-data-freedom
To acquire the latest Gartner Market Guide for Data Virtualization visit, https://www.gartner.com/doc/3893219/market-guide-data-virtualization
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About Stone Bond Technologies
Stone Bond Technologies leads the way in Data Virtualization through products like Enterprise Enabler. We make an enterprise’s data agile providing new capabilities and insights to the whole organization from the data scientists to the front-line business users. Stone Bond’s customers have improved their efficiency and lowered their costs by relying on Stone Bond to deliver results.
About Enterprise Enabler®
Enterprise Enabler provides a superior alternative to the legacy data delivery process by creating logical views of data from the original source locations, eliminating much of the complexity created by data silos that proliferate across the enterprise. The result is a consistent interface regardless of data source or location, quickly putting the benefits of Agile ETL™ and Data Virtualization in the hand’s developers and of business users.
For more details or to learn more about how Stone Bond can make an impact for your business today, visit http://www.stonebond.com. Enterprise Enabler is a registered trademark of Stone Bond Technologies, L.P.