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Aqua Data Server is designed to help organizations simplify and lower the cost of their Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing environments by streamlining the development and production deployment of ETL (Extract Transform Load) tasks, Data Migrations, Reporting, Dashboards and Form based web applications. Database Administrators, Software Developers, Data Analysts, Statisticians and Quality Assurance Engineers can centralize and automate various data processing tasks in a simple and unified product. Aqua Data Server is a flexible cross-DBMS and cross-platform application server, fully integrated with the universal desktop database administration tool, Aqua Data Studio.
With Aqua Data Server, the data processing scripts deployed on the server can be executed by many users from a centralized location. Results will only be distributed to intended recipients in the form of emails, HTML reports or Excel spreadsheets.
The Open APIs behind the script engine allow users to query and modify multiple server connections from a single AquaScript, even when dealing with multiple relational database management systems from several vendors.
Aqua Data Server works with Windows, Mac OS X and Linux on the Java 1.6 Platform. It is based on the Apache Tomcat application server and MySQL database for application metadata. The web based GUI of Aqua Data Server supports IE, Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Safari web browsers. Aqua Data Server supports native connectivity with all major DBMS servers: Aster nCluster, Apache Derby, DB2 LUW, DB2 iSeries, DB2 zOS, Informix, MS SQL Server, MySQL, Netezza, Oracle, PostgreSQL, Sybase ASE, Sybase IQ, Sybase Anywhere, Teradata. Other databases are supported through generic ODBC and JDBC drivers.
This section explains how all of this works by exploring the following Aqua Data Server Basic Concepts: