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In situations where DBMS vendor networking is already in place, Single-Tier Drivers provide ease of installation and configuration since you are only required to install a single client component that inherently depends on existing DBMS specific networking for remote data access.
Zero Config based Auto-Discovery of database instances across local area networks simplifies configuration and administration of database connections
Single Sign-On (including Windows NTLMv2 authentication support) reduces data costs for administrators, developers, and end-users
Our enterprise-ready Multi-Tier drivers have been deployed in environments with hundreds of concurrent connections, having provision for controlling server-side resource-allocation.
Secure data transmission between applications, services, and data-sources applies both to authentication of logon credentials and actual data transmission between client and server, using industry-standard SSL.
Our Multi-Tier drivers include a sophisticated rulebook that enables construction and enforcement of DB session rules based on client and request attributes (user name; client application, operating system, and IP address; target database/schema; among others) which then govern all database sessions. Such rules may over-ride client-set connection attributes, including enforcement of read-only access, result set size limits, and more.
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