Enablement Packs

WhereScape Enablement Packs ensure our tools are perfectly configured for whichever platforms you choose, whether in the cloud, on-premises or hybrid.

WhereScape Enablement Pack Categories

WhereScape Enablement packs contain all the templates and configurations required for WhereScape
3D, WhereScape RED and Data Vault Express to work across all the major platforms.

With WhereScape Enablement Packs data engineers, architects and designers can maximize the use
of automation in delivering data platforms and provisioning data assets to consumers.

Enablement Packs

Connectors for browsing, discovering, and profiling source data for your data platform.

Enablement Packs

Target-specific templates and configurations for generating code for building and populating data models on your data platform.

Design Enablement
Packs & Utilities

Patterns for modeling styles, development lifecycles, DevOps and integrations with broader toolsets.

Database Cloud Vendors and File Types that WhereScape Software Supports

Source Enablement Packs

WhereScape supports extensible, user-definable connections alongside its built-in connectors, en- abling connectivity to any data source that can be accessed via a script (e.g. Python or Poawershell). Once configured, user-definable connections support standard WhereScape functionality for gathering enriched metadata via data discovery and generating integration code for loading data into a target data platform.

Source Enablement packs contain predefined configurations required to set up these new connections.

Download the latest Source Enablement
Packs from our Support portal.

Examples include:

  • Amazon S3
  • Azure Data Lake Storage gen2
  • Azure Blob
  • Google Cloud Storage (GCS)
  • Google Drive
  • File parsers (Parquet/JSON/XML/Avro/ORC/Excel /CSV/TXT)
  • Rest APIs

Target Enablement Packs

WhereScape supports building and deploying Data Warehouses on a wide range of target platforms (see supported platforms). Using metadata-driven templates for code generation and platform configuration, WhereScape enables you to configure Data Warehouse standards to fit your needs.

Target Enablement Packs contain the configurations required for each target platform – optimizing items such as:

> DDL code templates – for deploying physical data models
> Data type conversion rules – for setting data types compatible for your target platform
> Integration code / ETL templates – for generating data pipeline code for loading data onto your target platform
> Transformation code / ELT templates – for generating data pipeline code for transforming data already on your target platform

Download the latest Target Enablement
Packs from our Support portal.

Examples include:

  • Snowflake
  • Azure Synapse Analytics / SQL Pool / SQL DB / SQL Server
  • Amazon Redshift
  • Hive
  • PostgreSQL
  • Google BigQuery
  • Exasol
  • SAP HANA Cloud MySQL

Design Enablement Packs and Utilities

WhereScape supports a number of modeling styles (such as Data Vault and Dimensional), each with its own rules, templates and design patterns. Design Enablement Packs contain the configurations required to use a given modeling style and any associated development lifecycle patterns.
Integrating WhereScape with wider toolsets, including Idera Data Fabric, is possible via integration configurations, deployed via Design Enablement Packs and Utilities.

Download the latest Design Enablement
Packs and Utilities from our Support portal.

Examples include:

  • Operational Data Store (ODS) / Permanent > Staging Area (PSA) patterns
  • Data Vault patterns
  • Metadata import rules
  • Model Validation templates
  • Data Vault PIT table validation
  • Generic physical model validation
  • Third party integrations

Customize your Enablement Pack

Enablement packs are meticulously crafted to accelerate time-to-value for
WhereScape users. By streamlining the implementation process, teams can focus
more on delivering business value and less on technical complexities