DataTurn is a powerful tool that provides automated transformation of data structures and conversion of data from legacy data stores to relational databases – running either in the Cloud or on premise. It helps liberating valuable business systems from their dependency on non-strategic, legacy and often costly technologies.
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DataTurn supports the migration of following data stores. For each data storage technology, all key functionalities are mapped to equivalents in the target RDBMS.
DataTurn is also used for migrating other data stores, but only in the context of a full Astadia migration project.
DataTurn supports all market-leading RDBMS vendors (Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, PostgreSQL) giving customers the flexibility to choose the product most suited to their needs and standards.
The internal DataTurn repository can also be stored in one of the available RDBMS targets, in its own database or schema. As an alternative for RDBMS targets, DataTurn supports migration of ISAM/VSAM files to files with compliant formats on open platforms, including EBCDIC to ASCII encoding translation.
DataTurn visualizes the original source descriptions and resulting target descriptions. Configuration changes can be checked immediately.
The DataTurn migration process always consists of following five steps, irrespective of the source and target technologies:
As a standalone product, DataTurn enables data migration to a modern RDBMS. On top of that and extensively using DataTurn, Astadia can provide full migration project services, including:
Not only the application data itself is being dealt with, but all aspects on which application code can depend, such as implicit key fields, implicit set order etc., are made available in the target RDBMS.
Two independent mechanisms are provided to verify data integrity:
The latest IT development tools on the market are optimized for quick data access and rapid development on databases. The development of Java, .NET, or other Internet applications will be speeded with the availability of native APIs and programming tools for data access. Because the migration to an RDBMS provides an application with a clear separation of its data-layer, it allows organizations to implement a modern client/server or three-tier networked applications architecture in one easy process.
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