Kalido has updated its flagship Information Engine to allow it to run remotely in a virtualised environment.
The Kalido Information Engine sits between a firm's data warehouse and its business intelligence (BI) tools.
The system works by collecting and ordering database information, and feeding it to a front-end BI application.
Kalido Information Engine combines a number of products, including Business Information Modeller, Dynamic Information Warehouse, Master Data Management and Universal Information Director.
The new offerings will contain support for virtualised VMware environments, allowing customers to outsource the engine's maintenance and administration and provide lower cost of ownership, Kalido said in a statement.
Kalido has also made a number of performance and usability enhancements to the products, such as support for 64-bit databases.
Enhancements to Kalido's Business Information Modeler will make it easier for customers to change details of their business models, said the firm.
Added management capabilities to the Kalido Dynamic Information Warehouse and the Master Data Management will give users increased control over database configuration.
Finally, as previously announced, a new out-of-the-box solution combining Kalido's information engine with BI firm QlikTech's tools will be made available with this latest update.
It will also offer extended support for Kalido's Universal Information Director to the Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services cubes.
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