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Hybrid Data Pipeline is our self-hostable hybrid connectivity solution that you can run in the cloud or on-premises. Data Pipeline can give you access to data in the cloud or on-premises behind a firewall. Connect through a standard interface—SQL (ODBC, JDBC) or REST (OData).
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Amazon EMR Hive
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Cloudera CDH Hive
IBM BigInsights Hive
Pivotal HD Hive
Microsoft SQL Azure
Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Oracle Sales Cloud
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Securely access data behind the firewall without complex network/firewall configurations such as setting up a VPN or SSH tunneling
Get real-time connectivity to the latest SaaS, SQL, Big Data and NoSQL data sources such as Salesforce, Apache Hive, Google Analytics, Oracle, SQL Server, IBM DB2, Eloqua and more
Hybrid Data Pipeline service can be deployed on multiple nodes behind a load balancer. Incoming requests can be evenly distributed across cluster nodes.
All customer-sensitive data elements (including remote credential or database pairings stored) are protected by encryption, both at rest (AES-256) and in transit (SSL/TLS). Read our security paper.
Unlike VPN, SSH and other traditional solutions, our services are engineered for the cloud
to include a scalable architecture, access management, security and data compression
Limits API allows administrators to set limits on how many rows can be returned for ODBC, JDBC, and OData requests. An error is returned if an application fetches rows beyond the specified limit.
Embed Hybrid Data Pipeline into your app, white-label it and ship it to your customers to give them the very best cloud connectivity.
Hybrid Data Pipeline supports external authentication through a configurable Java Plug-in. Enterprises can authenticate users against any of their in-house authentication systems that may be using LDAP system, Windows (Kerberos), SAML/ADFS authentication or any other authentication service.
Our encryption algorithms can be made FIPS-140 compliant using the FIPS Compliance mode (leverages Bouncy Castle as the security provider). Account lockout policy is enabled by default in accordance with Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) low- and medium-risk guidelines.
"Hybrid Data Pipeline is very exciting because it is taking the ability to expose a common OData protocol over a variety of sources and allowing customers to host that themselves"
Mike Pizzo, Microsoft
"I was excited particularly about hybrid connectivity. Our customers have on-premises offerings or a mixed offering of on-premises and SaaS. I am curious if this is going to help them solve the problem of aggregating their offering into a single SaaS offering "
Sean Devlin, Servoy
“Best use of Tech – Big Data award”
“Best Cloud Integration”
“Software - Big Data”
"Companies that Matter Most in Data"
Hybrid Data Pipeline is a lightweight, embeddable data gateway service that will simplify integration by connecting directly to the data. This provides applications the ability to use SQL or OData to perform real-time access to on-premises and cloud data.
This video takes a brief look at the connectivity challenges created when a wide variety of data types and applications reside in different environments, then demonstrates how Hybrid Data Pipeline addresses those challenges.
In this session we discussed best practices and lessons learned in accessing external data sets in Hadoop or Spark using Salesforce Connect and DataDirect Cloud, a product that was a precursor to Hybrid Data Pipeline. This enables you to leave your big data behind the firewall but still provide users on-demand access to big data insights using External Objects via Salesforce Connect.
As BOARD International moved to the cloud, on-premises connectivity was a major roadblock for adoption by its customers. BOARD adopted DataDirect Cloud, a precursor to Hybrid Data Pipeline, and expects 75 to 80 percent of its customers will migrate to the cloud over the next few years.
SAP BusinessObjects provides Business Intelligence for enterprises. In their latest article, the author describes the entire process of connecting Salesforce with Business Objects.This tutorial produces OData from Salesforce and then access it from SAP BusinessObjects using DataDirect Cloud, a precursor to Hybrid Data Pipeline.
Experts from Progress® DataDirect® covered:
1. Common hybrid data access scenarios for cloud applications
2. Common approaches to accessing business data behind the firewall
3. How our vendor agnostic gateway allows cloud ISVs to securely connect to data behind the firewall
The existing DataDirect Cloud SaaS deployment option, hosted by DataDirect, will be migrated to the self-hosted model of Hybrid Data Pipeline. Hybrid Data Pipeline is our self-hostable hybrid connectivity solution that you can run in the cloud or on-premises. Just like DataDirect Cloud, HDP gives you access to data in the cloud or on-premises behind a firewall. Connect through a standard interface—SQL (ODBC, JDBC) or REST (OData 2 or OData 4).
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