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Salesforce shops, including ourselves, have been eagerly anticipating external object support with reports. Starting in Winter ’17, you can build native reports with on-demand access to external data sources such as Oracle, SQL Server, Greenplum, Amazon Redshift, IBM DB2 or Hadoop Big Data Platforms.
External objects are powered by Salesforce Connect and provide clicks-not-code data access for admins, devs and general users. But is all of this too good to be true?
During this on-demand webinar, you’ll get:
Progress DataDirect Hybrid Data Pipeline Just Launched! Data connectivity has been completely disrupted by the proliferation of cloud applications, and this launch will disrupt that disruption by providing direct SQL (ODBC or JDBC) and REST (OData) standards based data access for hybrid cloud and on-premises architectures.
During this on-demand webinar you will:
Get a preview of the main product features, including real-time access to data sources, behind a firewall or in the cloud; single API to any data source across SQL or REST; flexible deployment to popular cloud platforms; and firewall friendly data access without any network configuration.
In the race to keep pace with clients’ evolving expectations, financial services organizations are focusing more closely on digitally transforming their operations to enable an omni-channel customer experience.
Shelia Reed, CMO of Aspire Financial Services, and Melissa Puls, CMO of Progress, examine these challenges and how the industry is responding. They explore:
Progress DataDirect will completely change the way public and private clouds access data.
Learn how to securely access data behind the firewall, without requiring SSH tunnels, reverse proxies or any changes to the firewall. This allows public or private cloud applications to access data stored within your organization. Data is accessed using industry standard interfaces for SQL (ODBC or JDBC) and REST (OData).
Finally, get an opportunity to sign up for a preview of “Project Mustang” which is creating a storm of disruption in the hybrid integration space.
Apache Sqoop is the standard tool for loading and exporting data between Hadoop and traditional data stores, such as relational databases or SaaS applications, through a standard JDBC interface. Sqoop serves as the data access layer for the Hadoop ecosystem to connect external structured data. What could go wrong connecting a massively distributed data processing system with your core business data?
Watch this on-demand webinar to:
One of the most complex parts of a realtor’s job is determining what forms to use, when to use them and for what transaction. For the California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.), providing forms advice to members was an ongoing challenge. Today, C.A.R. helps its members filter a mind-boggling number of form combinations through the use of a technology—a Business Rules Management System (BRMS).
By using a BRMS, service calls went down 30% and member form compliance achieved 100%.
Watch this on demand webcast, as Josh Sharfman, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer at C.A.R. discusses:
It is easier and more secure than ever to deliver the robust SaaS solutions the market is clamoring for.
We invite you to our SaaS Fireside Chat, where Progress OpenEdge General Manager and VP Colleen Smith, and Richard Stone, Senior, Partner Development Manager, discuss how the SaaS market has evolved and why the time to develop this lucrative business model is now.
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