Tungsten Replicator offers technically savvy users advanced features like parallel replication, multi-master operation, transaction filtering and heterogeneous data movement between MySQL, PostgreSQL and Oracle. The real-time integration provided by Tungsten Replicator moves data from MySQL to Oracle without touching existing applications or data. Since it reads changes in real-time from binlogs, Tungsten Replicator is far more efficient than traditional batch-oriented ETL approaches, which commonly require application changes. Tungsten Replicator with packaged support is also extremely cost effective compared to expensive solutions offered by traditional enterprise products, such as GoldenGate by Oracle or DataMirror by IBM.
Heterogeneous replication can be complex to set up and manage. Continuent packaged support offers the following benefits that make MySQL-to-Oracle a practical solution for all users:
- Expert technical consulting to set up replication from MySQL to Oracle
- Scripts, documentation and templates for management and monitoring
- Outstanding 24/7 technical support for questions and problems
- Quick build turnaround to fix bugs.
“Our e-commerce system runs on Amazon cloud via RightScale using MySQL 5.1 databases. We needed a fast and reliable solution that can replicate the data from the cloud into our Oracle 10g data mart at our datacenter for deeper analysis and reporting," said Thomas Koshy, Director of Operations, Direct2Consumer, Sony Music Entertainment. “After our internal attempts failed, we approached Continuent with this unique request. They were very quick to understand our needs and come up with a solution in a very short timeframe. We couldn't have moved forward on this project without the help of such a wonderful product.“
Continuent is hosting a live webcast demonstrating MySQL-to-Oracle replication in operation on Thursday, November 11th at 10 am PT. Tungsten Replicator MySQL-to-Oracle support packages are available today with prices starting at $10,000 for initial setup and $5,000 per deployed Oracle server per year.