SMT Data Router

The powerful technology of Cribl, plus the experience and expertise of our Data Directors. Get all your data, all the time with absolutely zero development work, lock-in or technical maintenance.

Data transformation

20% data

upon activation


Insight in
your data streams

1 central place

To govern your
data streams

Take back control

No more custom integrations. No more engineering. No more RFPs, RFCs and months of lost time. Just hook up your data sources and start consuming data for real insights.

Select and filter

Get granular control over what goes where. Filter, select, anonymize and transform without a single line of code and without ever losing sight of any of your data pipelines.

Lower your costs

Are you paying for ingestion of data you’ll never use? The SMT Data Router delivers ROI by only ingesting what you really need and storing the rest in cost-effective cloud storage.

Break the silos

Integrate new data sources easily and provide the data to all your departments and systems. It’s like turning on the kitchen tap: your data will be there when you need them.

Be in full compliance

Worried about personal data going to outside partners or insecure systems? No more. The SMT Data Router lets you see and control every detail of what goes where.

Go all-in, worry-free

We deliver the technology, we implement it, we maintain it and we provide you with your very own Data Director to build your use cases.

No more vendor lock-in

The SMT Data Router separates data ingestion, selection, filtering and distribution from your data platform completely. This makes switching data platforms or even running multiple platforms in parallel completely painless.

Simplify your data landscape

The SMT Data Router eliminates all custom ‘A to B’ data routing, centralizing all ingestion instead. This takes your data landscape from unmanageable complexity to free-flowing simplicity in one fast, custom code-free step.

Learn how (and why) it works

In our whitepaper, we show you how a Data Router finds you the answers to any business question. Without building custom integrations and dealing with technical issues over and over and over again…


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