WhereScape RED Valuable Features

GaryM
Data Architect at a non-profit with 1,001-5,000 employees
Documentation has excellent potential as it provides the capability to generate data lineage and a complete set of rich documentation and output in multiple formats. The tool supports multiple target update methods. Support for multiple design methodologies including Data Vault. View full review »
Kevin Marshbank
BI Architect at a healthcare company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Automated creation of documentation, quick time to market, ease of use, code standardization and support for Data Vault 2.0. View full review »
Jim Mihalick
Sr. Technical Consultant/Architect with 11-50 employees
* It does all the code generation for you. It has very easy code to read, and it is efficient. * Auto documentation feature * Plenty of additional custom documentation features * It has a built-in automatic scheduling environment. * Naturally produces a way to easily debug your DW data solutions. View full review »
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Daniel Sprague
Director Information Systems & Software Development at a healthcare company with 501-1,000 employees
Documentation (both user and technical): With so many moving parts, it is hard to keep track of the gazillion databases, tables, columns, and sources. RED generates comprehensive documentation and regenerates it as quickly as things changes, but it also provides impact documentation (quickly indicating where and what objects derive from and where they are consumed downstream). View full review »
Chris S
Software Developer at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
WhereScape's deployment package is a fantastic feature. The application allows for selecting specific objects that you would like to deploy from one environment to another rather than deploying the entire database. This allows us to easily work as an agile team. At deployment time, WhereScape determines how to make the objects in the selected destination match the objects in the deployment application (through create and drop, then create and alter, etc.). Therefore, regardless of the state of the destination, we can be confident that the deployed objects will match the objects that we intended to deploy without disturbing anything else in the database. This is a huge benefit to our process because we can quickly create these packages, handing them off to teams who will be deployed to testing and production environments. All they have to do is deploy the package as-is. View full review »
Angel Johnson
Director, Corporate Systems with 5,001-10,000 employees
Documentation and the ability to track back/forward from fields, processes, etc. Data transformations and rollups are easy to accomplish. View full review »
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