Take a Closer Look at Voracity


Inside the Power of the Platform

Voracity's core data management capabilities leverage the functionality of the IRI CoSort SortCL data definition and manipulation program.

 

As one of the original and few remaining viable fast processing alternatives to Hadoop, SortCL packages, presents, and provisions big data. It combines: data cleansing, extraction, transformation, loading, masking, reporting -- and even synthetic test data generation -- in the same job script and multi-threaded I/O pass in your existing file system.

 

If however, you still need the scalability and capability of Hadoop, however, you are covered. Voracity supports the execution of SortCL jobs in MapReduce 2, Spark, Spark Stream, Storm, and Tez. Compare that to Hadoop distributions you are considering, or to the disjointed Apache projects you are trying to coordinate.

 

All of that work in the middle starts with data discovery. Only Voracity provides at least four data profiling tools. And it ends with analytics, where you have three choices: 1) embedded BI, 2) BIRT and Splunk integrations, and/or 3) robust data preparation for your chosen data visualization platform.

As the above schematic illustrates, Voracity supports the design, deployment and management of all these activities from a single Eclipse pane of glass, IRI Workbench:

Only Voracity delivers multiple job design and deployment options in the same Eclipse IDE. And only Voracity uses the latest CoSort engines while also supporting multiple Hadoop engine alternatives from that same GUI which require no additional coding.

 

So, by embedding CoSort's mission-critical data integration, migration, and governance capabilities, supporting Hadoop engines, and front-ending discovery, EMM, MDM, and workflow in a conintually developed Eclipse IDE, Voracity is not only functionally comprehensive, it's uniquely ergonomic, scalable, and future-proofed for growing data sources and enterprise information needs.