Relational Junction for NetSuite is an Enterprise class integration solution that offers scalable, reliable NetSuite reporting, compliance, and data integration. Create a local data warehouse that is a mirror of your NetSuite data. No programming is required, and the data warehouse is always in sync with your NetSuite data. Relational Junction for NetSuite has patented technology which allows you to load tens of millions of records. Our largest customer has over a terabyte of data.
- Relational Model supports all Reporting and Business Intelligence products.
- Timestamp-based incremental replication for lowest footprint
- High performance, fault tolerant
- Supports custom objects and custom fields
- Supports pick list reference fields
Ease of Use
Leverages existing in-house database skills
Intuitive web user interface
Short time-to-deploy with minimal training required
Developers are productive within minutes
Increases productivity — development time typically 2 tables per day, including data mapping, ETL setup, unit testing
Compatible with source control tools – all definitions stored as XML on the file system
Hardware: 4-core 8GB RAM standalone server
Minimal training and support needed
Captures and logs rejected records
Restarts at point of failure
Allows immediate termination at point of failure or bypass error and continue with error logging
Reports extensive load statistics
- Java provides complete cross-platform support for all UNIX 64-bit (Linux, Solaris, HP-UX, IBM, etc.) and Windows 64-bit platforms. Java is compiled once and will work on virtually all hardware platforms without the need for platform-specific modifications, meaning that all of our customers have the exact same distribution.
- Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) is an application programming interface (API) for Java, that defines how a client may access a database. Relational Junction's JDBC interface with drivers from database and third party vendors is what gives it the ability to access on-premise relational databases, cloud databases, unstructured data, and API-driven applications.