HVR Announces New Feature for Monitoring Data Integration Performance

A new press release reports, “HVR, provider of real-time data integration technology, today announced that it has launched Insights, a powerful, intuitive, graphical interface for monitoring data integration performance. Included as an enhancement to HVR’s existing solution, this new capability will enable organizations to move beyond simply monitoring and reporting on their real-time data integration health, giving them more control in managing their complex data transfers. ‘Integration scenarios today are increasingly complex, as organizations are trying to move data from multiple sources into multiple destinations often involving cloud-based architecture,’ said Mark Van de Wiel, Chief Technology Officer for HVR. ‘Insights gives our customers another tool to better visualize and manage how the data is moving so that they can ensure decisions are being made with the freshest data possible’.”

The release continues, “Created in direct response to customer need, Insights enhances the existing product, delivering information about data movement straight out of the box, direct from process and event logs, eliminating the risk and complexity of creating your own custom reports. Vertically aligned, graphically illustrative statistics contain details about latency, rows, changes, and transactions, and give customers the ability to see everything at a glance, or drill into individual data flows or table details. Timeframe controls allow customers to see how data configurations have performed historically as well as presently.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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