IRI Teams with Oracle to Improve Cloud Data

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IRI Voracity and Oracle

Innovative Routines International’s IRI Voracity data management platform now runs on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).

Voracity in OCI will enable modern PaaS and SaaS options for SMB and enterprise customers seeking faster, more affordable and highly secure cloud execution of extract, transform and load jobs. This is in addition to data masking and synthesis, data quality and migration, and data wrangling for analytics.

OCI is a cloud built to run critical enterprise applications at quality performance, security and cost. Oracle's Generation 2 Cloud is the sole delivery platform for the self-driving Oracle Autonomous Database.

Oracle Cloud provides a comprehensive cloud computing portfolio, from application development and business analytics to data management, integration, security, AI and blockchain.

Voracity is a data management software stack built on Eclipse and powered by the IRI CoSort data manipulation program. 

Voracity combines: 

  • data discovery (profiling, classification, and search)
  • data integration 
  • data and database migration
  • data governance (data cleansing, masking and subsetting, master data and metadata management)
  • analytics (embedded BI or data wrangling) for sources large and small, structured and unstructured


IRI Voracity

Voracity can also run many jobs seamlessly in Hadoop. It can process Oracle Autonomous Database data, including in both transactional and data warehouse repositories, plus a wide range of other Oracle and third-party database options. 

Voracity in OCI runs on Oracle Autonomous Linux for added reliability and security from the self-updating, self-securing operating system. 

“This collaboration with Oracle will give users moving (enterprise data warehouse), data lake and production analytic projects to the cloud the speed, security, savings and (service level agreements) they need,” IRI Senior Vice President David Friedland said.

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