Data management platforms that bring together disparate data sources have been around for years, first with the data virtualization products of the 2000s, and now with a host of PaaS offerings.
Immuta, however, takes a different approach from the pack. Instead of building a data management platform to support application requirements, the company built their platform from the ground up to support analytics.
Data scientists are a core audience that can take advantage of Immuta. For this audience, the platform provides self-service access to heterogeneous data sources without the need to write any code.
For data owners, Immuta provides a data catalog, enabling them to explore data and data sets and audit data access, again without writing code.
Immuta also provides additional compliance capabilities, with the ability to create and enforce rules consistently across data sources and automate compliance reporting – once again, without coding.
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