Ultimate Data
Mapping Tool

The best data mapping tool for rapid, user-friendly, collaborative mapping of complex business objects for accelerated source-to-target data migration.

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Conventional Data Mapping is Broken

Traditional data migration specification and mapping are too expensive and error-prone due to the limitations of outdated mapping tools and techniques.

Studio is designed for modern, agile methods of data migration

We grew tired of wasting time and money with outdated mapping techniques and complex ETL tools, so we reimagined the data migration journey from the ground up.

STUDIO Features

  • Easy To Learn

    Unlike most mapping tools, hopp Studio is simple to learn and deploy, even for business users with limited technical ability. It has all the migration mapping capabilities you will ever need, even for the most complex data migration requirements.

  • Business Objects Simplifies

    Conventional mapping relies on laboriously linking attribute-to-attribute relationships, making them difficult to understand and a barrier to agility when strategies or priorities shift. Hopp Studio is different, making it easier to map, migrate, and reuse—even for non-technical users.

  • Transformation & Validation

    Typically, data mapping is separate from the build phase, which means mappings could be flawed and undetected until late in the migration. Studio allows rapid deployment of validation and transformation rules that can be instantly tested, creating a much more accurate, faster, and cheaper migration.

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What Studio Brings

Studio helps reduce development costs and accelerates your data migration go-live date. It delivers a unified application for specification and mapping with supporting functionality for team collaboration and version control.  

Empowering Teams

Eliminate the need for expensive integration and migration development teams

Data migration costs would traditionally ramp up during the development phase.

However, Hopp Studio eliminates the need for an expensive and highly skilled technical team by providing an easy-to-use mapping environment that automatically transforms mapping specifications into executable code through seamless integration with the hopp Core component.

What's more, your source and target mappings are 100% reusable for further integration and migration functions.

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The Studio is our specification and mapping component.

Collaborate with other users to create a highly structured mapping that is ready to be turned into code by the Core code generator.  

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Maximum Transparency, Quality and Reuse

Target MAp

  • Based on the target requirements - precisely what the target system needs to work as intended
  • Eliminates internal references and data that can be derived from other data and exposes the data that cannot be derived and, thus, must be received
  • Implement a wide range of runtime validations to ensure the highest quality possible of the target data being produced by the data migration
  • Closely linked to the target system, this mapping can be reused in all migrations to the same target system
  • Directly available for reuse, from project to project

Our unique approach to data mapping creates and maintains clarity and consistency throughout even the largest and most complex data migrations. 

Mapping Using Studio

Studio is a well-structured way of specifying mapping, validation and transformation for any data migration

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Studio provides complete support for the users to manage the volume and complexity as the migration project progresses, facilitating the production and maintenance of high-quality, durable mapping.


Normally, in a data migration setup of any significant size, the Core Runtime will run on one or more dedicated servers.

However, in a tiny setup, it is perfectly possible to establish and execute the Core Runtime on a local machine as well. A complete Core setup leveraging the full execution facilities of the Core includes the ability to iterate concurrently over separate data migration projects in the Core setup.

In this full-scale scenario, the Core can execute several isolated migration projects on one or more dedicated servers in so-called Tracks. One server may host multiple tracks, and the Core can handle multiple servers – each with multiple tracks.

Yes, definitely. This software component is made to work with rules of all levels of complexity, so developers can implement rules that fit the needs and details of their projects.

All elements of hopp are centered on Business Objects. A business object represents all the data flowing through the migration-related to one specific item in the business being migrated. Examples of business objects of course depend on the nature of this business, but could be Customer, Account, Policy, Patent, Mortgage, etc.

Business Objects are organized in hierarchies providing a set of root business objects each with a recursive hierarchy of sub-business objects. Business Objects are the basis for the mapping, for the actual iterations of the migration executions, and for the surfacing of the migration iteration results and events. When executing, every business object passes through the migration steps as one unit

The Target Map is founded on the description of the Target data.

The Target Map eliminates internal references and data that can be derived from other data and exposes the data that cannot be derived and, thus, must be received. In addition, the Target Map can implement a vast host of runtime validations to ensure the highest quality possible for the target data being produced by the data migration.

The Target Map is strongly linked to the target system, and this mapping can be reused in all migrations to the same target system. The value of improving/extending the Target Map is retained over time, from project to project.

The Source Map is based on both the source data descriptions as well as the data requirements exposed by the Target Map.

While the target mapping exposes the data that must be received, it does so in the terms of the target system. In addition, all validation is founded on value sets known by the target system.

On the other hand, the Source Map describes how – based on the source data – to produce the data required by the target map.

Finally, the export can be exported from the Studio as a complete, structured specification as input for the engine generator generating the export engine.

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