User Guide

Ouvvi Online

Ouvvi Online is a new way of using Ouvvi, whereby Simego hosts and maintains the Ouvvi platform for you. This takes away issues regarding hardware and software requirements, how to handle software upgrades, and hosting of the Ouvvi platform.

We can generate an new instance for you and you just browse to the URL, set up the configuration, and then either create projects or import them in from another Ouvvi instance.

Design

Ouvvi Online works by having the Ouvvi Application and underlying database stored in the cloud.

Your data and the functioning of your Ouvvi Online Instance are all processed by the Service Agent which runs on your local hardware. This means that you can be reassured that your data is only handled by you and can therefore only be accessed by you.

The only exceptions to the data processed by the Service Agent are if you make use of Change Sets and Ouvvi Apps, as the data for these is stored in the core database in the cloud. However, the data is encrypted at rest and can only be accessed by an authorised user of your Ouvvi Instance.

Ouvvi Online Design

At a high level Ouvvi contains of Projects, Steps and Triggers these come together to create a powerful operational management platform for your Data Integration Tasks. Every run within Ouvvi is tied to an instance of the log so that you can trace back all the events to a specific execution.

Projects represent a Thread of execution and run in parallel, Steps within a project run in a sequence one after the other within the project thread.

Triggers represent external events such as time interval schedule and data change events. These triggers are attached to projects to invoke the projects to run automatically.

Projects, Steps and Triggers run within the Ouvvi Service Agent. The Ouvvi Web is the management interface and controller scheduling work to be executed by the Agent.

To learn more about how to use Ouvvi and how to get started visit our Ouvvi Training Pages.

Evaluation

We have a Demo Version of Ouvvi Online available. You can read more about how to access this here.