This article focuses on IRI Workbench execution options for scripts based on the SortCL program language, which covers IRI Voracity ETL, CDC, SDC, pivoting and subsetting jobs, as well as its constituent product jobs; i.e.,
The “New Reformat Job” wizard in the IRI Workbench NextForm menu virtualizes disparate data sources to produce immediate, fit-for-purpose views. This feature provides a simple and free or low-cost data federation vehicle for IRI NextForm, IRI CoSort, or IRI Voracity platform users.
The IRI Voracity data management platform now supports the MarkLogic NoSQL database as a source for structured data discovery (classification, profiling, and search), integration (ETL, CDC, SCD), migration (conversion and replication , governance (data cleansing and masking), and analytic (reporting and wrangling) jobs.
This article looks at sets from an informational processing perspective; what they are; how they are constructed; and, distinct ways in which data can be drawn from sets within IRI software products using the SortCL data definition and processing program; i.e.,
In the course of legacy platform and/or application migration, COBOL users often need to convert their binary and index files into a human-readable, ASCII-numeric target. One of these older formats is the ACUCOBOL Vision1 file, which we discussed previously in this article.
Data architects and data scientists, as well as DBAs and governance teams, may need to use or migrate data in legacy file formats and databases. Additionally, the ability to mash-up those sources with newer file and database repositories is important in data integration (ETL) and analytic projects, as well as in data profiling for data loss prevention and privacy law compliance.