AquaFold Extends Its Reach to Data Warehousing Analytics and Advanced
Multi-Database Modeling with Aqua Data Studio 8.0
AquaFold, Inc. has released Aqua Data Studio 8.0, a major upgrade to its universal database
administration software that makes it simple to visualize and manipulate multiple relational
databases from within a single interface.
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) October 19, 2009 -- AquaFold, Inc. has released Aqua Data Studio 8.0, a major
upgrade to its universal database administration software that makes it simple to visualize and manipulate
multiple relational databases from within a single interface. With every release the application has proven even
more valuable to Business Analysts, Software Developers and Database Administrators (DBAs) worldwide, who
save time and money by consolidating the design, development and maintenance of enterprise relational databases
into one versatile application.
Version 8.0 of Aqua Data Studio extends native support for the leading data warehousing and high-performance
relational databases, including: Teradata, DB2 for z/OS, Sybase IQ 15 and nCluster from Aster Data Systems.
This means that users will benefit from all the features and functionality they are accustomed to when working
with Aqua Data Studio's already extensive support tools for Oracle, DB2 for LUW, DB2 for iSeries, Microsoft
SQL Server, MySQL, Sybase, Informix, Apache Derby and PostgreSQL.
"Data warehousing experts asked us why analytics software in their field isn't as affordable or comprehensive as
Aqua Data Studio has always been," explains AquaFold's CEO and leading software architect, Niels Gron. "So we
listened to their needs and extended Aqua Data Studio's robust feature set to make version 8.0 the leading ad hoc
analytics tools for data warehousing."
Aqua Data Studio's popular Entity-Relationship Modeler has also been extended this time around, now with the
ability to convert or translate an ER model from one database to another.
"This feature will absolutely transform the multi-d