Augment’s Data Integration Module

Augment’s data integration module reduces the time it takes to ingest data from any source to your cloud data lake or data warehouse from months to days, significantly lowering development costs.

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Benefits of Augment’s data integration solutions

Whether you’re planning to build a new data warehouse or need to ingest or automate data, Augment’s data integration capabilities enable you to seamlessly integrate, source, and manage your data pipelines within a fully-managed ETL architecture.

Improved performance

Augment creates efficient data transfers that can quickly handle big data requirements with ease.

Intuitive user interface

Augment natively integrates with your existing applications like Talend or Informatica, providing an easy, seamless user experience.

Flexible data capture

Augment’s data integration system designs and automates pipelines for all your data needs – batch, slowly changing dimensions, or master data – in minutes. Pipelines can be operated continuously for master or transactional data loads.

Automated scheduling

Augment replicates your process after the initial run and provides you with an option to schedule future runs on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis – freeing you to focus on delivering insights, instead of fixing data leaks or pipeline issues.

Metadata search

Augment automates the metadata-driven search at your source, extending reusability for schema changes.

Supported source and target databases:

This augmented data integration process supports nearly all on-prem and cloud connectors. Be it flat files or semi-structured JSON, Augment leverages distributed processing to move your data to your destination in the format you prefer in just minutes.

  • MySQL
  • SQL Server
  • Oracle Database
  • Amazon Aurora
  • PostgreSQL
  • Amazon Redshift
  • Snowflake
  • Filesystem (S3/HDFS/Local)
  • Databricks

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