erwin has introduced the next generation of erwin DM NoSQL, which supports native integration with the Couchbase Data Platform for new enterprise applications and legacy RDBMS-based migrations.
With this integration, erwin DM NoSQL provides native (non-relational) data modeling for document databases, automating the creation of platform-specific deployment scripts, to strengthen data governance. It also helps reduce the risks and costs associated with new platform adoption and accelerates the time-to-value, the company says.
erwin DM NoSQL enables rapid application deployment, cloud infrastructure migration and reverse-engineering of NoSQL metadata so enterprises can discover, understand, govern and socialize NoSQL data sources. It gives both business and technical stakeholders a complete and contextual view of their document database assets, allowing them to deploy these instances in an efficient and cost-effective way. It also mitigates the risks inherent to managing mission-critical data and enables compliance with expanding regulatory requirements, such as the European Union’s impending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
“Digital transformation makes extensive use of real-time, unstructured data sources, such as sensor and click-stream data, email logs, social media and the Internet of Things,” explains Martin Owen, senior vice president of products, erwin. “We continue to expand our ‘any-squared’ (Any2) approach, so ‘any data’ from ‘anywhere’ can be used to drive business value while being governed according to the appropriate internal and external regulatory standards. This latest version of erwin DM NoSQL enables enterprises using the market’s top NoSQL platforms to take full advantage of data modeling to accomplish their goals.”
erwin DM NoSQL is now generally available to support both Couchbase and MongoDB database platforms.
For more information, go to www.erwin.com and www.couchbase.com.