Relational Database Integration

A relational database is a digital database whose organization is based on the relational model of data. This model organizes data into one or more tables (or “relations”) of rows and columns, with a unique key for each row. Because each row in a table has its own unique key, rows in a table can be linked to rows in other tables by storing the unique key of the row to which it should be linked thus representing relationships existing both among the columns within a table and among the tables.

Stone Bond’s Relational Database AppComms offer the broadest range of integration options available today – enabling users direct access to data in operational systems, federate and sync data in warehouses or marts without staging, and design your architecture to address the unique information needs of all your users.

Relational Database Integration

Easily perform simple and complex SQL-based data queries and streamline SQL development and deployment

Examples of supported relational databases

  • Oracle RDBMS
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • IBM DB2
  • MySQL
  • PostgreSQL
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Use Case Examples:

True data integration or database integration implies the ability to access any source of data within or outside your enterprise and use this information in virtually any application or mission-critical system. Data may be stored in relational or non-relational/hierarchical database formats such as Oracle, DB2, SQLServer, MySQL, or any other type Relational Database.  Information may also be stored in ERP systems such as SAP. Access to the data is usually in the form of a query, reporting system or dashboard, but can also include update capabilities, and can happen in bulk, real-time, or near real-time.

For organizations using big data to improve business performance, relational database integration is the crucial step in delivering complete and accurate big data sets. Superior database integration capabilities enable organizations to combine information from widely disparate sources – relational databases, ERPs, CRM systems, cloud databases, on-premises databases and NoSQL databases – in order to provide the most comprehensive and accurate view of enterprise data.

How It Works:

Relational Database integration is made possible using our intelligent and patented AppComms. These powerful application communicators can read to and write back using innovative API configurations and metadata. The simple drag and drop interface of Enterprise Enabler provides users with a relational view of any existing relational and non-relational databases on any imaginable platform.

Advantages and Benefits
  • Perform daily development and administration tasks with speed and accuracy
  • Customizable reports and analytics
  • Visual mapping to simplify object management/transformation and relational data mining
  • Solution can be scaled up or down easily
  • No staging database to create data latency