Unlock the value of data with
an all-in-one dataops platform
Agile Data Engine helps you move quickly and reliably from data to value in a rapidly changing world.
- Take a productive leap in data development and operations
- Make the most of your data platform
- Achieve higher data quality with lower costs
- Empower data teams to build sustainably
- Match the demand from business with limited resources
- Increase data maturity and shift toward truly agile data work
What is Agile Data Engine?
Agile Data Engine is an all-in-one DataOps platform for designing, deploying, operating and managing data products and pipelines, making the most of your data warehouse. ADE combines data modeling, transformations, continuous delivery and workload orchestration for improved data development and operations.
What is DataOps Management?
DataOps Management is the core philosophy of Agile Data Engine. It is about implementing, operating and managing analytical data products and the data platform, so that productivity is maximized, operation costs are minimized and the investments on data continue to pay back longer.
ade users have achieved
Head of Data and Analytics, DNA (part of Telenor Group)
Why agile data engine?
With the help of our DataOps platform, you get faster business value, better quality and lower costs over the data platform lifecycle.
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