Decentralized Integration In Data Integration Security
Feb 28, 2022
This article was written by Teja Bhutada from Exalate.
Businesses today generate a jaw-dropping amount of data every single year. This data is being stored and processed by numerous applications running in the business ecosystem, which in turn are used by various teams like marketing, sales, development, and so on.
If this gamut of data lying in different systems is brought together and collated, it would bring forth strategically vital information available to everyone in the organization. But the major hindrance in this arrangement is ensuring the data remains secure, safe, and untampered.
Well, for this sole reason, we are targeting how a decentralized approach towards data integration can increase its security in this article.
But before that, let’s see what data integration is and why you need it in the first place.
Table of contentsData Integration and its BenefitsHow to Ensure Security in an Integration Setup What is Decentralized Integration (Autonomy)Exalate: a Decentralized Cross-Company Integration Solution Conclusion Data Integration and its Benefits
Data integration can sound scary, but it just boils down to a simple concept: bringing together data from different source systems and integrating it to give a unified view to whoever wants access to it.
As such, it is an integral part of B2B integration. The reason I’m clearing the air here is that, at the core,