erwin DM NoSQL is highlighted by Database Trends and Applications magazine as a top data management and analysis product.
MELVILLE, N.Y., Dec. 6, 2017 – erwin, Inc., the data management experts, today announced its NoSQL data modeling solution appears on Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) magazine’s fifth annual list of top products.
The list, “DBTA Trend-Setting Products for 2018,” recognizes products in the marketplace that are both innovative and effective in helping customers address evolving challenges and opportunities in data management and analysis.
erwin DM NoSQL is the only enterprise-class data modeling solution for MongoDB, the world’s fastest-growing NoSQL database platform, providing rapid app deployment, cloud infrastructure migration and reverse-engineering. Key capabilities include native design and deployment for NoSQL data structures, discovery and visualization of NoSQL databases and on-demand modeling.
In addition, erwin DM NoSQL features erwin Query-Optimized Modeling™, patent-pending technology that automatically guides users in effectively building MongoDB schemas that support application data access requirements, ensuring optimal data performance for every MongoDB application.
“We’re thrilled to see erwin DM NoSQL listed among the top 100 trend-setters DBTA recognizes in its special December edition,” says Martin Owen, erwin’s vice president of product strategy. “We appreciate being acknowledged for helping enterprises model and manage unstructured cloud data with the same rigor and effectiveness as traditional data sources, maintaining the integrity, quality and governance of their underlying data. While the first version of erwin DM NoSQL supports MongoDB, we anticipate support for other database platforms to follow soon.”
“Businesses rely on IT to deliver a competitive edge,” remarks Tomas Hogan, group publisher of DBTA. “However, it has become very difficult to sift through all the hype and identify products that produce results in the real world. We created this list to do the heavy lifting for you, pointing out the products that are really transforming enterprise data management and analysis.”