“We saw immediate benefits and a strong ROI by cutting implementation time
and costs as well as improving the dashboards and reporting needs of management and senior leadership.
This in turn has directly resulted in helping the company make timely and accurate business decisions.”
Enzo Unified is a proxy that centralizes complex SDK/API processing so that any application/device, on any O/S and development stack, can leverage the same logic through REST and native SQL Server requests.
Because cross-concerns and complex SDKs implementations are centralized with Enzo Unified, complex code development is performed server-side. This allows any client, such as IoT devices, tablets and websites to communicate with Enzo Unified through simple authenticated REST requests, regardless of the language used or the Operating System used on the device. In addition, Enzo Unified implements important cross-concerns, such as logging, caching, async calls and scheduling.
Enzo Unified also implements the SQL Server protocol to enable simple data extraction from complex data sources. Databases can now directly query external systems, such as SalesForce, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Flat Files on an FTP site, and much more.
This white paper explains how companies can compress development and data integration project timelines, improve data quality, and increase operational efficiency by solving some of the most complex real-time data consumption challenges with the Enzo Unified platform
Build views from multiple hybrid systems, and make them available to mobile devices, databases and analysts.
Access any data in real-time to help you make better business decisions and streamline your operations.
Build an edge cache to make your data faster to access, and reduce the load on your underlying systems.
Transform you data strategy by making information available securely to mobile devices and databases transparently.
Access data sources from the cloud or within the enterprise easily by centralizing access control and auditing data access.
Write your own adapters using the .NET framework easily, and expose them as data sources through REST and SQL.