Traditional data integration products use the Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) architecture to run data transformations. In this architecture, a dedicated proprietary engine is in charge of the data processing. This engine introduces additional complexity, cost and network load – and frequently becomes a performance bottleneck.
Bryte Data Integration uses a more efficient ELT architecture that was designed to leverage the processing power of the destination platform. It delivers vastly superior performance by transforming data directly by using set & bulk operations. This architecture also lowers infrastructure costs and reduces network load by removing the need for separate staging infrastructure or servers.
Bryte Data Integration software automatically scales with the size of the deployment and delivers cluster-reliable and efficient ETL transformations at all data volumes.
BryteFlow software can be installed either on premise or on your designated servers. Comprehensive maintenance, support and professional services are provided for both deployment options.
Bryte provides services to assist with infrastructure set-up, access and security. We also provide cluster set up and performance tuning services to help clients achieve faster query results.
Leverage the existing power of DBMS hardware engines, rather than relying on external staging servers & scale with ease
Allows users to Integrate all types of data without writing any code through a codeless development environment increasing developer productivity.
Works with the chosen web service platform allowing users to manage large data volumes at an unprecedented low cost.
Use default templates for common transformations like Star Schemas and integration techniques eliminating time spent on tedious tasks.
Complex Data Parsing capabilities are built into the tool – Access and parse complex data types including Web logs, JSON and XML files.
High speed performance – the technology does not work on data row by row like traditional ETL products, but does so in set and bulk operations.