Attunity Announces Higher Performance Replication and CDC for Oracle 12.2

Achieve higher performance with Replicate v6.0

New Attunity Replicate v6 adds advanced optimizations supporting extreme transaction processing and higher performance replication for Oracle systems.

Burlington, MA, October 2, 2017 — Attunity Ltd. announced today that its new release of flagship offering Attunity Replicate v6.0 now provides enhanced performance optimization for capturing changes in very large scale Oracle database systems. The Attunity solution supports many versions of Oracle databases including the latest 12.2 release, and will be demonstrated live this week in Attunity booth #2220 at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, CA.

The new and advanced optimizations of Attunity Replicate, providing universal data replication with log-based change data capture (CDC) technology, enable scaling to support the world’s largest Oracle systems generating many terabytes of data log volumes daily. Attunity Replicate processes these data volumes with low latency and little to no impact on the Oracle systems, enabling better performance with lower risk.  Attunity Replicate can deliver the changed data to the widest variety of targets including data lakes, cloud data store and streaming platforms.

Gartner co-authors Ehtisham Zaidi, Eric Thoo and Ted Friedman note in a recent Gartner report: “Modern data integration architectures need to be designed to include multiple data delivery modes, including traditional batch/bulk-oriented data movement, creation of in-memory virtualized views of data, and low-latency capture and propagation of events and changed data.” *

“As the world’s largest organizations modernize their environment with data lakes, Cloud platforms and streaming architectures, they need to integrate data in real-time from their core business systems, many of which run on Oracle,” explained Itamar Ankorion, Chief Marketing Officer at Attunity. “With Attunity v6 we now offer industry-leading support for many enterprise databases as well as high-performance optimizations to accommodate extreme throughputs generated by very large Oracle systems.”