Its the data gods that say, “Go Forth and Pivot”. The Nexus has 1,000 features on 1,000 different database platforms, and feature number 942 is pivoting. Business users and senior management love to see a pivot report, especially when it has sum totals, subtotals, and horizontal and vertical grand totals.Read More
We are proud to offer Universal ODBC – our new connection method that allows users to connect to and interact with any current or future ODBC data source in the universe.
Nexus has always been able to interact with over 25 major data sources natively, but not brand-new data sources. With Universal ODBC, users can now connect to any data source, display the database layout in our Unified Systems Tree, execute SQL, and interact with result sets in exactly the same way they can from any of our native connection methods. All that is needed is an ODBC driver.
There are so many new and exciting databases emerging daily, but until now, users have had limits to using the simple vendor-supplied “afterthought” query tools designed specifically for those systems. Nexus Universal ODBC allows users to query new cloud or on-premises databases on the day they’re released.Read More
Moving data between systems is called ETL, which stands for Extract, Transform, and Load. The ETL team almost always does the moving of data because load scripts are easier to learn than Latin, transformation is more difficult than brain surgery, and computing resources are about as easy to manage as cats.Read More
Is Teradata still king of the jungle? Is their roar as loud on the cloud? Why are they great and where have they failed? Find out more by reading this post.Read More