Today's approach of data integration represents the metadata in a form that is the lowest common denominator to all formats.
Usually data is visualized in two dimensions.
This leads to a rather poor ability when it comes to transforming and managing the data or the underlying systems.
In this case, the tool does not adapt to the Information System, but it is rather the contrary. This is detrimental to productivity, performance and ease of use.
Today's solutions are not always able to adapt quickly to a new technology. They also have problems when dealing with non relational technologies in a performant and productive way.
It has become necessary to go beyond this approach and to find a new way to represent data and metadata.
Stambia takes advantage from the concepts of Model Driven Engineering (MDE).
Projects will see their quality, productivity and flexibility improved when using these concepts for modeling and developing.
The MERISE and UML methods derive directly from MDE.
MDE is a software development methodology that focuses on creating models or abstractions, which will automatically generate processes, structures, code or program storage formats.
This initiative aims to simplify the development stages, through abstraction and mutualisation of the components.
Stambia's platform uses these concepts at different levels and brings the two following innovations:
Stambia uses a business view (model oriented) to:
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