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Skyline announces free availability of DIS

September 6, 2023

Skyline Communications, a provider of end-to-end vendor- and domain-agnostic digital transformation solutions for the ICT media and broadband industry, has announced that its DataMiner Integration Studio (DIS) is now available to all users at no cost. DIS, a comprehensive extension of Microsoft Visual Studio, is designed for DataMiner DevOps Professionals to facilitate the creation and continuous evolution of a broad variety of plug-in components available across the DataMiner platform. It provides seamless extensibility and empowers data-driven organisations to achieve thei goals in an efficient manner.

With the range of powerful features available in DIS, DataMiner DevOps Professionals can build third-party product integrations, across hardware, software, and cloud boundaries, and accommodating any type of interface or protocol. With DIS, users can build connectors to ingest data into the DataMiner platform, implement robust controls, and enrich the standardised DataMiner Digital Twin, which forms the foundation of the DataMiner platform and fuels their entire organisation. DIS also allows users to create and deploy user-definable APIs for platform-to-platform integrations, extensions for ChatOps to empower people throughout their organisation, and custom GQI operators to create actionable insights. They can also use DIS to design cross-operation automation and orchestration routines, to model new process automation activities, and much more.

“At Skyline, we believe that the future lies in data-driven organisations. We envision a world where data is effortlessly converted into value,” said Bert Vandenberghe, Chief Technology Officer at Skyline Communications. “By offering DIS free of charge, we’re providing every individual within an organisation with the unrivaled power to create innovative solutions. This is digital transformation in action.”

A unit-testing framework is also included in DIS, seamlessly fitting into industry-standard CI/CD architectures and enabling DevOps teams to set up robust pipelines that foster collaborative development and continuous evolution in a secure and reliable manner. This way, DevOps teams can adopt the common best practices of test-driven development by leveraging DIS alongside their preferred CI/CD technologies, including GitHub, SonarCube, and many other popular tools.

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