Automated Cloud Cost Management
LeTo takes the complexity out of cloud infrastructure management, saving administrative overhead and unnecessary infrastructure expense.
In addition to providing ease-of-use, LeTo secures your infrastructure by eliminating the need to give cloud console access to multiple internal users.
LeTo works with public cloud (AWS, Google Cloud, Azure), private cloud (VMware), and hybrid-cloud infrastructures.
Reduce manual effort to validate large bodies of data
Build accurate dashboards from large, disparate sets of data
Meet regulatory compliance, such as SOX, HIPAA, PCI, and more
We believe your data should be accurate, no matter how big or complex.
The infrastructure needs of your developers and testers needs vary each month. With LeTo, developers can start and stop instance immediately as needed, without having access to your AWS console and VConsole. This eliminates the need to create complex Security Groups and Policies. As well, the developer does not need to engage IT to facilitate the work. Altogether, LeTo reduces wait time, manual overhead, and keeps your organization compliant.
As a tester, you can set up an entire VPC with instances and security policies on the fly. This would typically take a Cloud Infrastructure Admin days to complete.
LeTo helps you avoid corruption, improperly mapped fields, and bad transformation rules.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What platforms does this support?
Oracle, MS SQL, Informatica, Hadoop, HPQC, and JIRA
2. Does LeTo require training for the entire team?
LeTo is designed to be intuitive and easy to use. It removes manual steps from the Solution Delivery Life Cycle and will require only minor training to implement the automation process.
3. How is LeTo deployed?
LeTo is a containerized solution in Docker and can be deployed on-premise or in the cloud.
4. Does LeTo support automated ETL deployments?
Yes. LeTo supports automated ETL Validation allowing the ETL Developer to quickly validate an ETL Package before submitting for deployment. LeTo also provides the user the ability to validate and deploy without having to submit for deployment.
5. Can LeTo run ad-hoc tests?
Yes. LeTo users can execute ad-hoc queries which are not present in the test suite against databases.
6. Is LeTo application dependent?
No. LeTo’s ETL testing framework is independent of the tool used for ETL. The test cases can be written and executed for any of the ETL tools, such as Informatica, SSIS, Sqoop, Kafka, etc..