About IBM DB2
As a hybrid data approach, the IBM Db2 suite of products integrates all aspects of data management and analytics – for both relational and object-oriented data models – within a single, highly-compatible family of tools and technologies. IBM Db2 offers RDBMS, data warehousing, and data engine tools for cloud-based systems and on-premises systems. Plus, with Integrate.io’s native Db2 connector, you can instantly connect to any piece of the IBM Db2 toolkit to leverage Db2's capacity to share, access, and analyze both structured and unstructured data – no matter where it is located.
Integrate.io can help you connect the dots by pulling data out of NetSuite, preparing it for new use cases, and sending it off to your other critical business apps. Explore our data ingestion solutions to learn more.
Popular Use Cases
Bring all your NetSuite data to Amazon Redshift
Load your NetSuite data to Google BigQuery
ETL all your NetSuite data to Snowflake
Move your NetSuite data to MySQL
IBM DB2's End Points
IBM Db2 Database
Db2 Database is a relational database management system (RDBMS) optimized for high-performance transactional workloads. As an operational database management system, Db2 Database is not only highly performant and reliable, but it also allows you to derive actionable insights from your operational data. Db2 Database delivers advanced features like in-memory technology, storage optimization, continuous data availability, workload management, and cutting-edge management and development tools. Db2 Database is compatible with Windows, Linux, and Unix.
IBM Db2 on Cloud (IBM Db2 Hosted)
Db2 on Cloud is a fully-managed, SQL-based transactional database that runs on the cloud. One of the defining characteristics of Db2 on Cloud is its high-availability option, which delivers 99.99% uptime (according to IBM). This cloud-based database offers automatic security updates and independently scalable storage and processing, which automatically scales resources up and down based on usage requirements. Available on AWS and IBM Cloud, Db2 on Cloud delivers advanced features for backup and recovery, encryption, and data federation. Through its private networking features, you can also deploy Db2 on Cloud on a private network accessible over a secure VPN. Db2 Hosted is the hosted, unmanaged version of the Db2 on Cloud SQL-based cloud database.
IBM Db2 Warehouse
As a data management system optimized for high-speed read operations, data aggregation, and analysis, IBM Db2 Warehouse has evolved over time to offer a range of advanced analytics and data management features. Db2 Warehouse allows you to combine data from various transactional and operational database systems, and analyze it to find deep insights, patterns, and hidden relationships. Db2 Warehouse supports a range of data types, machine learning algorithms, analytical models. For example, Db2 Warehouse supports relational data, non-relational data, geospatial data, multi-parallel processing, predictive modeling algorithms, in-memory analytical processing, Apache Spark, RStudio, XML data, embedded Spark Analytics engine, and more. Db2 Warehouse runs on-premises, on the private cloud, and on various public clouds as a managed or unmanaged solution.
IBM Db2 Warehouse on Cloud (dashbDB for Analytics)
Db2 Warehouse on Cloud (formerly known as “dashDB for Analytics”) is a fully-managed, highly-scalable, cloud-based data warehouse management system. IBM optimized Db2 Warehouse on Cloud to perform compute-heavy data analytics and machine learning processes at scale. The product offers autonomous cloud services with Db2's autonomous self-tuning processing engine, in addition to its fully-automated database monitoring, uptime monitoring, and operations monitoring. Db2 Warehouse on Cloud also includes capabilities for column-based storage, querying compressed datasets, data skipping, and in-memory processing. Finally, Db2 Warehouse on Cloud delivers in-database geospatial data and machine learning features – including algorithms for ANOVA, Association Rule, k-means, Naïve Bayes, Regression analysis, in-database spatial analytics, support for Esri data types, and it natively includes Python drivers and a Db2 Python integration for Jupyter Notebooks. To access these and other features, you can deploy Db2 Warehouse on Cloud via AWS or IBM Cloud.
IBM Db2 BigSQL (IBM SQL)
Db2 BigSQL (formerly known as “IBM SQL”) is a high-performance SQL data engine on Hadoop featuring a Massively Parallel Processing (MPP) architecture. Also known as “Big SQL,” this highly-scalable data engine offers ease and security while querying data from multiple sources across your enterprise. Big SQL can rapidly query data from the widest variety of sources such as RDBMS, HDFS, WebHDFS, object stores, and NoSQL databases. As a hybrid ANSI-compliant SQL engine, Big SQL is highly performant when running queries on unstructured streaming data. Finally, Big SQL is compatible with the entire suite of Db2 products, in addition to the IBM Integrated Analytics System.
Db2 Event Store
Db2 Event Store is a data management system optimized for storing and analyzing high-speed, high-volume, streaming data. Use-cases for Db2 Event Store include Internet of Things (IoT) networks, financial services systems, telecommunications networks, industrial systems, and online retail business systems. The solution offers high-speed analytics and data capture features that allow you to save and analyze up to 250 billion event records daily using only three server nodes. Db2 Event Store integrates IBM Watson Studio technology to support artificial intelligence and machine learning analyses. The solution was also built on Spark, so it works with Spark SQL, Spark Machine Learning, and other compatible tools. Finally, Db2 Event Store supports Go, ODBC, JDBC, Python, and other languages.
NetSuite's End Points
Table of Contents
- Connect your NetSuite data for a single source of truth
- Shift your NetSuite data to any destination in minutes
- Integrate.io has the NetSuite integrations API that you need
- How Integrate.io customers power growth with NetSuite data connectors
- Get started analyzing your NetSuite data in minutes
- Why choose Integrate.io for your NetSuite data integration
- Explore our NetSuite Data Integration resources
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Your NetSuite Data Can be a Single Source of Truth
NetSuite's unified business management toolkit provides a CRM system, ERP/Financials, and Ecommerce functionality for over 30,000 businesses, all with flexible pricing. However, with a host of concerns surrounding data privacy, getting the right information from NetSuite and to the marketing department can prove challenging.
A data integration platform like Integrate.io can help you:
- Enrich customer data with additional insights that can only be found by tapping into the CRM side of NetSuite, giving you a better understanding of your audience.
- Tap into the financial data housed by NetSuite to give your marketing team new numbers surrounding customer lifetime value (CLV), sales activity, and more.
- Bring NetSuite's Ecommerce capabilities center stage by extracting relevant data about website visitors, shoppers, carts, orders, and inventory to inform your future marketing campaigns.
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Shift Your NetSuite Data to Any Destination in Minutes
Data teams lead business intelligence initiatives, but why should they be bogged down by coding or maintaining connectors? With Integrate.io, low- and no-code connectors make it easy for anyone on your team to connect NetSuite to your other data sources while deciding exactly what information to extract, what to do with it, and where to send it.
Integrate.io offers ELT/CDC capabilities
, giving you a wealth of tools for data preparation
Deep Ecommerce capability means that Integrate.io is the perfect complement to NetSuite to manage data relating to orders, inventory, and invoicing.
Your data team can effortlessly connect to any data source in mere minutes using pre-built connectors, including NetSuite connectors, giving you fast and secure access to important information.
Read more about how low-code tools benefit Ecommerce businesses on our blog
Integrate.io Has The NetSuite Integrations You Need
Integrate.io makes it easy to pull from NetSuite and send the data along to other tools within your tech stack, whether you use it for reporting, analysis, decision-making, or to store it for future use. It also empowers you to combine data from a variety of SaaS within your data warehouse, ready for analysis. Businesses can combine their NetSuite information with data from sources including:
- Amazon S3 and other Amazon Web Services offerings
Integrate.io can help you easily connect NetSuite to all of these data sources and more. Find all of the integrations in our integrations library
How Integrate.io Customers Power Growth With NetSuite Connectors
NetSuite holds a wealth of data, be it about your customers, their orders, or your inventory. Therefore, you will need to extract NetSuite data and send it off to many places, but what are the most common use cases for Integrate.io and NetSuite?
While there are hundreds of ways to use Integrate.io to tap into your NetSuite data, some of the most common use cases include sending data from NetSuite to Amazon Redshift, Google BigQuery, Snowflake, or MySQL.
Get Started Analyzing Your NetSuite Data in Minutes
Designed as a low-code platform, Integrate.io tries to make the integration process as accessible and user-friendly as possible throughout every step. In addition to pre-built connectors, you can also create a custom connector using your Consumer Key, Consumer Secret, Token Secret, and Token ID. You can find the info you need within your NetSuite account. After setting up your NetSuite account ID and other necessary information, just mark the checkbox, click "save," and Integrate.io's system will handle the rest.
Once you have validated the connection, it's time to choose the endpoints, which control the type of data that NetSuite shares. The next step is using Integrate.io's data movement tools, such as ELT (Extract, Load, and Transform), to help you prepare data by changing how data is formatted, removing certain elements, or re-ordering the set. For NetSuite, you also have the option of using the integrated reverse ETL solutions.
Why Choose Integrate.io for Your NetSuite Integration?
The speed, reliability, and low-code, low-maintenance aspects of Integrate.io are truly just the beginning. With a host of features, Integrate.io is the platform of choice for NetSuite users who want to unlock the power and versatility of data integration for their business needs. Here's a look at some of the reasons to choose Integrate.io:
- You can use Integrate.io to connect NetSuite with virtually any tool in your tech stack.
- Thanks to simple API creation and management, your team will have to do minimal coding.
- Powerful data collation and transformation capabilities make it easy to prepare your data for any use.
- Integrate.io is also a lightning-fast CDC platform with deep Ecommerce capabilities, making it highly versatile.
Are you looking to enable features that improve automation and workflows within your business processes? Integrate.io makes it easy to create and manage integrations with Oracle NetSuite and nearly any other tool in your tech stack, allowing you to put data to work for your company.
Our easy-to-use interface makes it fast and easy to utilize intuitive ELT tools so you can get your NetSuite data ready for ingestion by your BI tool of choice. If you want to see for yourself, Schedule an intro call
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