Avaki Corporation, a leading provider of enterprise information integration (EII) software, announced the availability of Avaki 6, the newest version of its flagship product.  Avaki 6 extends the company's aggressive development of a solution that provides EII Plus, delivering not only the core data federation capability of an EII solution, but also unprecedented flexibility in data integration and a scalable distributed architecture that supports an enterprise-wide data abstraction layer.  Avaki 6 features Avaki Studio, the company's new Eclipse-based data integration modeling environment that streamlines data integration by enabling point-and-click creation of integrated data views. 

Avaki's EII Plus capabilities provide the data integration flexibility to address a broad-range of projects and the scalability to extend a single data layer across a distributed enterprise.  With Avaki, customers leverage an enterprise data abstraction layer (also known as enterprise data services layer) that delivers fresh data to a variety of operational and decision support applications, while reducing the complexity and cost of developing and deploying data-intensive applications.

Avaki 6 enhances productivity for application developers, data architects and other IT professionals whose projects require integration of data from multiple sources.  Based on an intuitive and highly productive data integration modeling environment, Avaki Studio enables data integrators to define integrated views based on metadata from existing data sources.  These integrated views of data represent data from multiple data sources as a single database or data source.  In addition, Avaki Studio provides a library of integration "building blocks" that supports the rapid creation of integrated views using a graphical, point-and-click approach.

Avaki supports a wide range of data sources and provides multiple ways for applications to interact with data through SQL, Web Services (SOAP) and procedure calls.  With Avaki's Enterprise Data Integration Framework, companies can break down the barriers between integration silos by creating one data abstraction layer that supports diverse integration projects--even those utilizing custom integration code or third-party tools for ETL, data cleansing, data profiling and application integration.  The ability to employ a variety of integration approaches gives application and data architects unprecedented freedom to choose the right tool for the project at hand.  Avaki's Enterprise Data Integration Framework helps companies realize the full potential of their investments by providing the best of both worlds: the flexibility of multiple approaches and tools, with the control provided by a single data abstraction layer.

Avaki 6 is available immediately.  Pricing starts at the workgroup level, and scales for enterprise-wide deployments.


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