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OData is an open standard to allow the creation and consumption of interoperable RESTful APIs
React quickly and speed time-to-value with faster deployment of OData connectivity
Increase value by incorporating any of your user’s data via OData standards
Don’t see your data source? Build your own API solution with OpenAccess SDK
Read/write support for OData entry points with support for GET, POST, $search and more
Achieve high performance, regardless of where your data resides
Access OData without having to traverse a firewall, eliminating risk and technical implementation
Easy to implement and configure, whatever your technical expertise
To simplify the process of building and consuming their REST APIs, many enterprises have increasingly adopted OData, an OASIS/ISO approved standard. In the wake of new data privacy laws such as GDPR, organizations are once again looking for powerful REST APIs to access their systems of record in real-time without duplicating or moving sensitive customer data from their enterprise databases.
OData, introduced by Microsoft a few years ago, is a standardized REST interface that is quickly gaining ground for its open source approach as well as its exceptional scalability. Here’s how you get started with OData 2 and OData 4.
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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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