San Francisco – December 8, 2017 – Datometry, the pioneer in Adaptive Data Virtualization, today announces general availability of the latest version of its flagship SaaS offering, Datometry® Hyper-Q™ version 3.1 with support for Teradata Data Warehouse macros.
Macros are commonly used in data warehouses to perform complex, pre-defined tasks primarily around analytical reporting and periodic maintenance operations. With Hyper-Q version 3.1, macros from existing Teradata data warehouses can be created and executed immediately on any modern data warehouse in the cloud.
Mohamed Soliman, Chief Architect at Datometry, says, “Adding support for macros in this latest release of Hyper-Q has eliminated the time, cost, and risk associated with devising an alternative framework for pre-defined tasks, porting existing macros to the new framework, and integrating the new framework with existing applications and tools. Instead, all existing macros in the mature data warehouse are transferred to the modern data warehouse seamlessly as part of the automatic schema migration performed by Datometry qShift™ and are immediately available for execution on the modern data warehouse.”
Mike Waas, CEO and Founder of Datometry, adds: “With the new functionality of automating support for existing macros on modern data warehouses, enterprises will find once more that Hyper-Q is continuing to streamline and speed up cloud-first data warehouse replatforming initiatives. Enterprises can realize significant CAPEX and OPEX savings immediately.”
Datometry partners with leading cloud service providers and database vendors including Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Pivotal, and Snowflake and is available on Microsoft Azure Marketplace, AWS Marketplace, and Pivotal Network.
Datometry (www.datometry.com) is revolutionizing how global enterprises can gain competitive advantage by up-leveling their data management to become cloud-native quickly and effectively. Datometry Hyper-Q is a category-defining solution that accelerates the digital transformation of enterprise IT by eliminating the costs and risks of adopting new data management technologies and lets the enterprise realize significant savings, innovate faster, and increase the speed of business. Hyper-Q is powered by Datometry’s proprietary technology developed by an expert team of database researchers and engineers. Datometry is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
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