A new type of database middleware that links disparate databases across an enterprise will debut in May.
The tool, developed by Cohera, provides a unified view of data in realtime, without needing to know its location or structure.
The technology is a second generation federated database server designed to overcome the limitations of existing federated and distributed database products. Cohera provides an uncomplicated way of creating realtime integrated views of incompatible, distributed global data.
Cohera integrates relational and non relational data sources and is based on industry standards, such as SQL and ODBC. To any ODBC/SQL based client application, it appears as a single, local relational database.
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