NoSQL databases are an indispensable technology for managing Big Data analytics, but NoSQL data integration can create significant headaches for IT teams.
Data volumes continue to grow exponentially while data sources continue to become more diverse. As organizations need to combine unstructured data like video, audio files, text, pictures and blogs with more structured data formats, traditional relational database management systems (RDBMS) are no longer enough to manage data efficiently and prepare it for analytics.
As a collection of non-relational databases, NoSQL databases are more adept at handling heterogeneous data. But ingesting and integrating data from a variety of sources into NoSQL can easily overwhelm traditional data integration tools. NoSQL data integration requires tools that can scale easily to accommodate vast amounts of data, but traditional SQL ETL tools require complex manual coding and involve procedures that disrupt production sources. As the number of data sources involved in NoSQL data integration climb into the hundreds or thousands, data administrators need new solutions that can simplify and accelerate data integration.
Used by hundreds of enterprises worldwide, Qlik Replicate can simplify NoSQL data integration, moving data easily, securely and efficiently while minimizing the impact on operations. Qlik Replicate is a powerful software solution that accelerates data replication, ingestion and streaming across a wide range of sources and targets, including Oracle Exadata, MySQL, Hortonworks, DB2 and SAP.
Qlik Replicate provides powerful advantages for NoSQL data integration.
With Qlik Replicate, organizations can count on support for the industry’s broadest range of sources and targets, enabling administrators working on NoSQL data integration to ingest, migrate and synchronize data with sources that include all major RDBMS, data warehouses (including Exadata), Hadoop distributions, cloud platforms (including Google Cloud SQL), streaming metadata (including JSON data integration), mainframe systems and SAP.