Choose the information you need from a massive online database. Can’t find what you need? Our easy to use tools will guide you through the process. Forget the need for complicated data modeling software.
Capture the meaning of your data. Clear, concise, and unambiguous documentation makes it possible to actually determine the cost of integration.
Deploy your system with the assurance that it will just work. Don’t worry about messages or middleware. Just configure your data and allow our connect functionality to do the rest.
Once everything is connected, security naturally follows: not as an afterthought, but as a natural extension of the configuration of the system.
We admit it. Developing a scalable systems of systems integration solution is a challenge. Actually, we've been told it's "impossible."
That's our starting point.
Our technology starts where other solutions don't - at the bottom. Instead of attacking the problem from the top-down, we look at systems integration from the bottom up.
And, using our MoDoCon process, we can build systems that scale with calculable integration costs.
Say goodbye to cost prohibitive integrations.
Skayl is here to help you do just that.
The time it takes to model an entity compared to our competitors.
The time it takes to document your interfaces with our tools rather than traditional modeling approaches.
The ability to connect all of your systems and dynamically reconfigure them.
The satisfaction you have in deploying a secure system.
Originally published by The Open Group as part of the March 2017 Technical Interchange Meeting of the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) Consortium. This paper outlines and discusses several real and perceived aspects of data modeling when following a highly prescribed and connected data architecture. We explore where difficulties and effort is currently being expended Read more about Data Modeling Is Hard vs. Data Modeling is Hard[…]
For immediate release Westminster, MD – November 7, 2016 – Skayl, a leading developer and provider of data architecture tools and processes that address the scaling problems and difficulties of system of system integration, announced today that it is a member of the The Open Group Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) Consortium. The FACE Consortium, Read more about Skayl Announces Membership in The Open Group Future Airborne Capability Environment Consortium[…]
For immediate release October 13, 2016 Systems integration startup Skayl receives Navy Phase 1 small business innovation research grant Skayl, a systems integration firm launched earlier this summer, has announced it has received a Navy Phase 1 small business innovation research grant (SBIR). The company plans to use the added resources to address the next Read more about Systems integration startup Skayl receives Navy Phase 1 small business innovation research grant[…]