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Orchestra Networks EBX: Product Overview and Insight

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Bottom Line

Suitable for large enterprises in a variety of industries, Orchestra Networks EBX is a master data management (MDM) platform that emphasizes flexibility.

Specifically, it runs on multiple platforms, in the cloud or on premises, and it makes it easy for organizations to create their own data management applications. It is clearly designed for today’s IT operation that deploys a mixed enterprise system.

Company Description

Although it is more than fifteen years old, Orchestra Networks is less well-known than some of the other MDM vendors. It’s a pure-play data management company with just one product—EBX. Its headquarters are in Boston, Massachusetts, and Paris, France, and it has offices in 23 other countries.

The company is privately held. According to Crunchbase, it has raised $2 million in funding.

Product Description

EBX offers a model-driven approach that allows enterprises to design their own data management applications. It includes data modeling, data validation, matching and merging, versioning, security, hierarchy management, workflow, graph visualization, digital asset management, integration and KPI and dashboard capabilities.

Users deploy it on top of a relational database, but it adds features that provide some of the flexibility of NoSQL and graph databases.

Key Features

  • Semantic data store
  • Temporal data management
  • Spatial data management
  • Data-driven application metamodels
  • Model-driven engine
  • In-memory engine
  • D3 distributed architecture
  • Native iOS and Android apps
  • Runs on many different platforms

Editions Available

N/A

Integrations

Informatica Powercenter, IBM Datastage, Oracle ODI, Talend ETL, Microsoft SSI, WebMethods ESB, Oracle OSB, Tibco ESB, IBM ESB, MQ, MuleSoft, Aurea (Progress) Sonic ESB, Microsoft BizTalk, Informatica Data Quality, IBM Quality Stage, Tibco BusinessWorks, WebMethods BPM, IBM JRules.

AI Capabilities

N/A

Delivery

On-premise or via AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure or Oracle Cloud.

Security

Fine-grained, role-based security permissions that incorporate with third party single-sign on systems. Support for HTTPS/SSL, HTTP-Authentication and WSSE.

Target Market

Large enterprises

Customers

Aramark, AXA, Burger Kind, Citi, Credit Suisse, Danone, Faurecia, HunterDouglas, Michelin, National Bank of Canada, Panera Brea, Paramount Pictures, Sabre, Sainsbury’s, Ameritrade, United Technologies, Viacom

Pricing and How to Buy

Pricing available on request.

Orchestra Networks EBX Features Chart

Orchestra Networks EBX
Editions Available N/A
Key Features • Semantic data store
• Temporal data management
• Spatial data management
• Data-driven application metamodels
• Model-driven engine
• In-memory engine
• D3 distributed architecture
• Native iOS and Android apps
• Runs on many different platforms
Integrations Informatica Powercenter, IBM Datastage, Oracle ODI, Talend ETL, Microsoft SSI, WebMethods ESB, Oracle OSB, TIBCO ESB, IBM ESB, MQ, MuleSoft, Aurea (Progress) Sonic ESB, Microsoft BizTalk, Informatica Data Quality, IBM Quality Stage, Tibco BusinessWorks, WebMethods BPM, IBM JRules
Delivery On-premises or via the major cloud vendors
Target Market Large enterprises
Price Available on request

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