DataVirtuality Launches Pipes, a Cost-effective Cloud Service to Integrate Data

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DataVirtuality, a data integration company specialized in building agile data infrastructures, announced the launch of Pipes. Within 5 minutes,  developers can now access data from more than 150 databases and cloud-services and securely schedule data imports to analytical storage, such as Amazon Redshift, Google Bigquery, MySQL, Exasol or HP Vertica. No coding or maintenance of APIs are required.

After years of helping companies with data integration, Pipes is a big step towards our vision to enable any developer in any small, medium and large  business to build a secure, agile and scalable data infra structure in minutes.“ said DataVirtuality CEO and founder Nick Golovin. “Starting in the low  hundred Euros per month, developers can instantly integrate any data without the need to manually build data pipelines and maintain API’s. Pipes is  a huge time and cost saver helping companies on their way to become data champions.”

Pipes is not only a quick and easy way to build a data infrastructure. It is the most scaleable. While it offers Business Intelligence starters a powerful  solution to consolidate data, it is upgradable to become a fully managed data warehouse solution. Upgraded, users can access data in real-time, model data in a virtual data layer and define their own extraction logic.

When it comes to data security Pipes has a unique offering: Neither data will be stored nor does DataVirtuality has access to its customers data.  Hosting can be provided locally or in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud hosted in USA and Germany.


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