Attunity Ltd., a leading provider of information availability software solutions, announced today the availability of Attunity Replicate for Exadata, a new data replication solution designed to enable quick loading of Big Data into and out of Oracle Exadata. The solution further expands Attunity¹s reach into the Big Data Market and features targeted optimizations that result in high performance and rapid implementation. Attunity Replicate for Exadata enables organizations to deliver initiatives such as Big Data business intelligence (BI) and enterprise analytics, and will be unveiled at Attunity Booth #3220 during the Oracle Open World event in San Francisco, CA, from October 1-4, 2012.
Attunity Replicate for Exadata is designed to empower Oracle customers to quickly load data from heterogeneous data sources and maintain the changed data continuously and efficiently. The latter function is facilitated via log-based change data capture (CDC) technology; streaming changes captured from the source databases to the data warehouse with very low impact on the source.
Attunity Replicate for Exadata features:
• High-performance full loads and continuous change data capture
• Support for a wide range of data sources including relational databases & legacy systems
• Drag-and-drop graphical user interface for designing and monitoring replication tasks
• Automatic schema generation and implementation of metadata changes on the target
• Transparent data type transformations between source and target
“Attunity is pleased to add support for Oracle Exadata, one of the most widely-used data warehouses in the world, as well as continue to expand on our ever-growing market,” explained Matt Benati, VP Global Marketing at Attunity. “Increasingly, we meet customers that are challenged to load Big Data quickly into highly parallelized data warehouses due to the Big Data transfer bottleneck. It¹s gratifying to know that we¹ve been able to respond swiftly to this industry need and assist customers to use Big Data for enterprise BI and analytics.”