K2View Data Fabric organizes fragmented data from disparate systems according to Digital Entity™ data schemas – one schema per business entity – customer, location, party, device, or anything else that’s important to the business. Each entity's data is stored in it's own, unique hyper-performance Micro-database™.
The digital entity unifies everything a company knows about the business entity – including all interactions, transactions and master data. It creates a common business language for data, regardless of the underlying source systems, their technologies, and data formats.
The data fabric ingests, transforms, enriches, orchestrates, and secures data into Micro-databases™ – one micro-DB is managed for every instance of a business entity. Web services componentize and expose data from the micro-DBs, for consumption by external applications.
The data fabric can also update data into the source systems, and is scalable to support hundreds of millions of micro-DBs concurrently, in a distributed, high-performance architecture, and may be deployed on-premise or on-cloud.