EasyMorph Server is a data transformation (ETL), integration, and automation server designed for self-service, privacy, and simple administration. It is installed on-premises (e.g. on a cloud VM instance) and is accessed via a web-browser. The Server runs workflows designed in EasyMorph Desktop. Its typical use cases are:
Extract data from databases, spreadsheets, files, corporate applications, and web APIs. Run complex automated workflows that consolidate, transform, and aggregate data using more than 150 various actions. Integrate with external systems in a few clicks using dozens of available integrations. EasyMorph Server is a powerful enterprise-grade ETL tool designed from the ground up for ease of use and simple administration.
Enable self-service data automation and foster citizen developers in your organization by providing business users with an easy-to-administer, auditable automation server. Let your non-technical colleagues and teammates create, publish and schedule data automations tasks in a self-service manner to help them achieve their business goals. Intergrate with other no-code solutions using the Server's web API.
Organize and access your internal and external data sources with a centralized searchable data catalog. Let your business users retrieve data from files, databases, enterprise applications, web APIs, cloud storage through a simple uniform user interface. Find and access BI reports or any other supported data asset right from the catalog. Publish and share new data sources in a governable self-service manner.
Send data and near real-time notifications from cloud applications or IoT devices to on-premises databases and internal APIs with the help of our end-to-end encrypted cloud gateway*. Pass data and trigger on-premises workflows in EasyMorph Server from automation services such as Zapier or Power Automate or on events (webhooks) from cloud applications.
* EasyMorph Gateway is an optional cloud-based service billed separately.
A 7-minute video overview of EasyMorph Server shows creating and running parameterized ETL tasks, uploading and downloading files, and configuring spaces.