New erwin DM NoSQL Option Expands Any2 Approach, Enables Enterprises to Model and Manage Unstructured Cloud Data as Effectively as Traditional Data Sources
MELVILLE, N.Y., June 19, 2017 – erwin, Inc., the data management experts, today announced the expansion of the company’s “any-squared” (Any2) approach – any data, anywhere – with erwin DM NoSQL, an extension of the company’s market-leading erwin Data Modeler solution. With erwin DM NoSQL, enterprises can model and manage unstructured cloud data with the same rigor and effectiveness as traditional data sources, reducing risk and dramatically enhancing enterprise governance and collaboration.
“Today’s enterprises are faced with challenging digital transformation initiatives, necessitating rapid deployment of new, innovative applications and migration of infrastructure from premise to the cloud. These initiatives require a new approach to data management that enables enterprise IT and business users to leverage the latest NoSQL database technologies while maintaining the integrity, quality and governance of their underlying data,” says Adam Famularo, CEO of erwin, Inc. “Our new erwin DM NoSQL solution was engineered to deliver against these emerging customer needs.”
“We’ve seen growing demand for NoSQL solutions among our customers as they look to transform traditional databases to the cloud,” says Bob Kane, SVP, Insight Enterprises. “We are excited to partner with erwin to deliver their new NoSQL data modeling solution to help us capitalize on the compelling market opportunity.”
The initial release of erwin DM NoSQL features native, relational modeling support for MongoDB, the world’s fastest-growing NoSQL database platform. Key capabilities of erwin DM NoSQL for MongoDB include:
Concludes Famularo, “At erwin, we know that as the world changes, data management requirements will go beyond the effective scope of traditional relational databases. We built the new erwin DM NoSQL with this challenge and our enterprise customers in mind, and we are excited to see their broad adoption of the solution over the coming months.”