Structured Data

ETL, Migration, Masking, Reporting, Prototyping

For more than 40 years, IRI software has been manipulating 'big data.' IRI began using that term in 2004 to describe its customer's input sources.


IRI software can address structured data in mainframe sequential and other flat-file formats database tables, and web logs, plus many other data sources through native connectors to streams like KAFKA or MQTT, silos like Amazon S3, NoSQL DBs like MongoDB, and network protocols like HTTP/S, and S/FTP.


The most relied-upon corporate and open data exists in these forms, and IRI software works with it in many ways through a simple metadata, supported in Eclipse:


extracts very large database (VLDB) tables to flat files or pipes

IRI CoSort

sorts, joins, aggregates and otherwise transforms data in multiple sources, and creates multiple targets (including custom reports) at once

IRI NextForm

converts and replicates data types, file formats, and database table structures for platform and application migration, data federation, etc., and structures unstructured data

IRI FieldShield

mask data in files and tables at the field level with encryption and many other protection functions

IRI RowGen

generates big test data in structurally and referentially correct RDB table, flat-file, and formatted-report targets

IRI Voracity

discovers, integrates, migrates, governs, analyzes, and curates all kinds of data throughout its lifecycle