Data Warehousing
NISHAN Data-warehouse is a powerful, configurable and comprehensive solution that can access virtually all data sources; extract, cleanse, transform, conform, aggregate, load and manage data; support data warehousing, migration, synchronization and federation initiatives; support both batch-oriented and real-time Master Data Management solutions; and create real-time data integration services in support of service-oriented architectures. Top-Notch companies today have implemented Enterprise Data Warehouse systems that provide the following features:
Interactive data integration development environment
Simplify the construction, execution and maintenance of enterprise data integration processes.
Enterprise connectivity
Leverage all data, regardless of source.
Metadata management
Provide centralized definition, storage, analysis and management of enterprise metadata.
Data cleansing and enrichment
Profile, cleanse and augment data to create consistent, reliable information.
Integrated support services
Create your own data integration services that can be called in real time, near real time and batch modes.
Extraction, transformation and loading (ETL)
Extraction, transformation and loading (ETL)
Migration and synchronization
Capture and propagate data changes in real-time to ensure data integrity, consistency and credibility.
Data federation
Query and use data across multiple systems without the physical movement of source data.
Master data management support
Quickly and reliably create a unified view of enterprise data from multiple sources.
Today’s highly competitive marketplace and newly created lines of business are driving organizations to reconsider their enterprise data warehouse architecture. As the ability to compete on analytics has become increasingly paramount for every global organization today, enterprises need to consider whether or not they have the right data warehouse platform to support their needs. At the same time, the technology landscape has changed considerably since the original principles and methodologies of data warehousing were first defined. With the advances of commodity computing, networking, and parallel database systems, it is critical that these factors be taken into consideration when evaluating an enterprise data warehouse strategy. KARSHAN provides companies with the opportunity to leverage its tremendous price-performance, scale, and flexibility advantages, and implement enterprise data warehousing systems that are much more agile, practical, and effective.
Benefits
Always access the data you need.
From older legacy systems to the latest ERP applications, data from virtually any hardware platform or operating system can be accessed and processed. New source systems can easily be added and security managed centrally. This saves time, shortens learning curves and gives decision makers the information they need.
Leverage/reuse work by others.
A common repository enables the centralized storage, management and reuse of work based on user authorizations, reducing both development and maintenance time.
Improve productivity.
A GUI environment that is easy to use provides a standard interface for building and documenting work. Collaboration is encouraged and manual coding is available when needed. New team members can get up to speed quickly on work done by others, which is important when documentation is inadequate or missing.
Manage security and administration at all levels.
Reusable templates make it quick and easy to provide role-based authorizations and administrative privileges at the user, department or enterprise level.
Meet time constraints even within decreasing windows of availability.
Organizations can take advantage of the grid-enabled load-balanced, multithreaded parallel processing architecture that can quickly process, transform and move data between different platforms and systems.
Deliver consistent, trusted and verifiable information.
A GUI environment that is easy to use provides a standard interface for building and documenting work. Collaboration is encouraged and manual coding is available when needed. New team members can get up to speed quickly on work done by others, which is important when documentation is inadequate or missing.