Attunity, Ltd. , a provider of enterprise-class Integration Platforms for real-time and on demand data integration, announced that it has proven solutions for real-time data integration that extend to Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006. Continuing its commitment to support BizTalk Server, Attunity has had its adapter suite and change-data-capture products successfully tested to ensure compatibility with the new BizTalk Server 2006 release.With many customers currently using BizTalk Server 2004 with its Attunity Connect and Attunity Stream integration services, Attunity has begun to offer these solutions to new customers and those customers planning to upgrade to BizTalk Server 2006.
Attunity Connect supports BizTalk Server 2006 by providing bi-directional integration with legacy systems, including Mainframe and AS/400, which simplifies and reduces the cost of legacy integration. In addition, Attunity Connect provides users of BizTalk Server 2006 seamless access to enterprise data sources with its Database Adapter and its XML Data Services technology. This simplified integration accelerates projects and reduces risk by allowing customers to use off-the-shelf, proven and certified integration components.
Attunity Stream captures and delivers the changes made to enterprise data sources in real-time with event-driven integration based on changed data capture. With Attunity Stream, users of BizTalk Server 2006 can build solutions that receive data changes and process mainframe, Oracle and other enterprise operational data in real-time. This technology is especially suited for initiatives such as application synchronization and real-time data integration.
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