In Press Release

Device now available for data monitoring and integration with popular application and infrastructure monitoring tools on premises and in cloud.

HOUSTON – July 17, 2012 – Stone Bond Technologies announces today the release of a deployable device for monitoring data schemas, connectivity, security access changes, etc. in the business enterprise. The device is a product extension of the widely popular Integration Integrity ManagerTM that was developed from Stone Bond’s patented (US7065746) technology. By placing the Integration Integrity Manager Device (IIMD) within the data network, IIMD notifies developers, database architects and network administrators of potential data integrity and integration changes such as missing fields, changes in data structure and additions/deletions to the target schema.

The Integration Integrity Manager Device detects a change in a data source or change to the middleware metadata and alerts the appropriate people, identifying the precise changes necessary to accommodate the change and prevent potentially catastrophic impact. The result is that IIM determines and reports the impact so corrections can be applied immediately in on premises as well as cloud environments.

“An integrated environment implies complex interdependencies,” stated Pamela Szabo, Chief Technology Officer for Stone Bond. She continues, “As a growth component of IIM, IIMD is a sophisticated, user friendly module to insure data integrity and availability. With the current focus on agility, change in infrastructure is imperative. Being able to manage change across the complex interdependencies is essential, whether dealing with intentional or accidental change.  IIMD is another layer of confidence for developers, integration architects and data consumers.”

While IIMD is designed to be used in any environment, using the tool along with the Enterprise Enabler® integration solution provides an even more robust change management environment. IIMD can leverage components from Enterprise Enabler to build and manage metadata and to access and monitor hundreds of types of data sources and destinations.

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