Eliminate the data connectivity bottleneck without custom coding.
Progress® Corticon® Enterprise Data Connector lets you connect decision services to external data sources such as relational databases for seamless access to all organizational data sources.
Eliminating costly, time-consuming integration and custom coding lets you execute more decisions faster and reliably, gain efficiencies through minimized integration effort, and comply with decision-related regulations efficiently and consistently.
Enterprise Data Connector works in concert with Corticon Studio and Corticon Server to execute data access requests built into decision services. When used together, these products help manage the lifecycle of decisions across the enterprise.
Get a direct data connection without complicated, time-consuming coding.
Enterprise Data Connector uses a unique, model-driven approach to data connectivity that automatically generates the optimized SQL needed to perform database operations.
Enterprise Data Connector links decision services to multiple data sources from relational databases by creating a virtual, unified view of the data accessed by the decision service. It includes administrative tools for efficient configuration and control of data access during runtime, making it straightforward to apply your data access and update policies to executing decision services. The result is state-of-the-art, model-driven, enterprise-wide data access and integration for your business rules.
Through smart-mapping technology, you can design business rule vocabularies in Corticon, and still maintain the naming conventions in your data sources. When Corticon marshals the data needed to process decision services, it automatically interprets the mapping to the appropriate terms in your database. And when the business rules change, you don’t need to change your applications to retrieve additional information that rule authors have added to decision services.
Key features of Corticon Enterprise Data Connector include:
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