Solution » Cloud Enablement

Transition to the cloud with no disruption and greater security.

Problem

Logistics and cybersecurity challenges inhibit every cloud migration.

Migrating applications to the cloud is challenging to IT logistics as well cybersecurity. Corporate IT has no more crucial, and underappreciated, function than maintaining, and ensuring continuity for foundational applications such as those that manage billings, transactions, logistics and customer relationships. Years or decades of crucial history with millions of customers or SKUs means petabytes of stored data.

Conventional migration solutions require sophisticated ETL approaches, and physical data transfer through magnetic tape or burned CDs, which must be orchestrated in precious “downtime” moments when the data is not constantly changing … a near impossibility in today’s 24/7/365 business environment. Add to that the risks from new attack surface areas available to internal or external bad actors in cloud infrastructure.

Infographic of K2View Fabric real time data sources
Solution

Data abstraction, with real-time availability and micro-database encryption

At K2View, our approach to data management helps enterprises easily migrate to the cloud and integrate all their applications, whether they’re in a public, private or a hybrid cloud environment.  With an architecture that creates micro-databases organized around what’s most important to you (business entity views), K2View Fabric enables atomic ETL, full SQL support and row-level security in a distributed architecture. This offers a unique solution to the ever-expending realm of SaaS, and for the integration of core business applications to the cloud. 

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How it Works

Virtually no risk of mass breach

Row level security, along with organization of the data by business entity in individually-encrypted micro-databases means worries about being internally or externally compromised are a thing of the past.

Atomic ETL

K2View Fabric synchronizes data at the individual “business entity” data element level in real time, so data throughout the system is always current.

Full SQL Support

The micro-databases maintain transparency to the underlying source data structures, enabling programming each through use of standard SQL queries and API calls.

Continuity for 24/7 operations

K2View Fabric synchronizes data at the individual “business entity” data element level in real time, so data throughout the system is always current.

Secure micro-databases

Each business entity data element is stored, and accessible through, its own micro-database which can be access through standard APIs and SQL calls, and is individually-encrypted, so there’s virtually no risk of a mass breach.

Non-disruptive access to any source

K2View Fabric acts as an overlay to existing systems, so no changes or downtime are required to synch with crucial legacy applications, and provisioning and access can be controlled down to the level of user and record.

Migrations in weeks, not years

Real-time data synch means no more overnight shipments of massive amounts of physical storage media. That, with data setup and mapping tools and support for existing standard SQL calls means migrations can happen in a few short weeks.

Enable whatever you want

Since K2View Fabric creates 360º data on anything, after your first cloud migration you’ll rapidly begin enabling other transformations like omni-channel customer experiences, mobile applications and cross-platform cost saving programs.
Case Study

A Fortune 500 company needed to securely migrate to the cloud and enable on-going synchronization of data with Salesforce.

  • Deployment in 3 months
  • Highest level of data security
  • Real-time integration with multiple legacy systems
  • No change to Saleforce or internal self-service applications
White Paper

What’s the best way to migrate to the cloud and integrate enterprise data across different business applications?

This white paper shares advice and best practices that have helped many of the world’s largest enterprises successfully migrate to the cloud.