You're a bank. You just updated your mortgage Database with a product rate change. What else do you want updated with that new rate?
Well, we have 4 other legacy databases (say 2 Oracle, 1 DB2, 1 NoSQL) that need to be updated with that rate. Fine. We need 6 important HTML pages updated as customers need to see the new rate. Fine. We need 2 PDF files updated. Fine. All based on a single update DB record? Correct. Does DBUpdate need access to our databases? No.
DBUpdate.net allows you to take advantage of making any kind-of Database change to automate tasks which rely on that data. You can update other disparate Databases with that change, you can update critical HTML webpages, you can update PDF documents, you can update Open Banking information. In fact, you can turn that single Database change into any format you require.
DBUpdate.net uses tried and true technologies (SQL, XML, XSL, XSLT) to automate the necessary and envisioned down-stream processes of a single DB change. Read our
on the underlying services.
The four main benefits of DBupdate are:
- It provides a low-cost centralised-managed synchronisation process for your heterogeneous DB environment.
- It removes human coordination issues between updates of DBs and the separate maintenance of critical HTML/PDF files.
- It does away with the need for external or vendor synchronisation programs/processes to connect to internal DBs thus eliminating firewall/security issues.
- Change your DB structures or HTML/PDF files? Just update the associated XSL files all within DBUpdate.
An enterprise solution of DBUpdate coupled with an event-driven messaging system such as
is a powerful combination.
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