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NTI – a single strategy for DRNet® to deliver data to where it is needed now!


 “By focusing on data as it has done for quite a long time, NTI is aware that just over the horizon, and only now coming into view, are (heavy) demands being placed on data. While much of the press eloquently portrays an upcoming tsunami of data following IoT connecting to our networks, it is the expectation that enterprises will be able to transform away from being reacting to where they are more likely to be predictive and prescriptive. And by this, it is NTI’s belief that a variety of tools already in use will demand greater access to data of every kind, be that from sensors on machines to transactions on terminals.”

If it’s been a while since you last checked out the latest feature article published in the digital publication, NonStop Insider, then you would have missed seeing the above that was part of the March, 2019, issue. And while it is NTI’s belief that a variety of tools already in use will demand greater access to data of every kind it’s equally NTI’s belief that any strategy associated with maximizing the value locked away in data provides enterprises with multiple options as to how best to retrieve, distribute and integrate data. When it comes to NonStop systems, DRNet® offers these enterprises a path forward for not just replication but a data-centric platform spearheading data created on NonStop to be available to wherever it is needed.

One of the best examples of just how well this data-centric platform that is DRNet® today is moving forward in support of this strategy is the availability today of
DRNet® VISION.The news coming from NTI that it is now bringing to the market DRNet® VISION – our support for better NonStop integration with Splunk – is only just the beginning. Splunk already has a tremendous following among those who want to make sense of data of all types and from all sources.” This too appeared in the March feature article just published in the March, 2019, issue – it’s indicative of just how rapidly NTI is filling in the pieces to ensure data is never left to lie dormant on NonStop systems.

DRNet® has been all about replication and it provided leadership when it came to embracing Change Data Capture (CDC) techniques – the first to do so in the NonStop world. However, CDC in support of replication is only the beginning as now NTI has added integration, is addressing transformation and, very soon, will be including distribution to ensure all NonStop users can capitalize on the growing need to provide access to mission critical data wherever there is a requirement – and data from Mission Critical Systems is in big demand.

Anticipate reading more about this single strategy for NTI as it embraces the key aspects of replication, distribution, integration and transformation. And to read the full article published in the March, 2019, issue of NonStop Insider, check out this link -  

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