VIDEO | How To Move Data From Oracle to Postgres in Near-Real Time

by Caroline Maier

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May 12, 2020 12:00pm

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Equalum and PostgresConf discuss Moving Data from Oracle to Postgres in Near-Real Time

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Replicating live data (thousands of events per second) from Oracle to Postgres doesn’t have to be difficult. But the latency and complexity of traditional solutions, such as ETL, legacy CDC and homegrown scripts, have proven to be costly and inefficient. When you are replicating live data from one data platform to another, the process should be simple, inexpensive and as near real time as possible in order to provide a positive impact on decision making and reporting.

The Equalum approach of using tried and true open source data frameworks is not only required for the sophisticated Postgres professional, it is paramount to the stability and extensibility of the Postgres software. Equalum allows enterprises to succeed with known protocols, excellent flexibility and true production quality deployments of mix-platform data pipelines.

In this webinar, PostgresConf and Equalum demonstrate how to accurately and safely move data from Oracle to Postgres.


We discussed:

  • The importance of extremely scalable data ingestion
  • Why real time data transformations are critical
  • Why complexity is no longer acceptable
  • and how to radically simplify data ingestion.




PRESENTER:






Alton Dinsmore, Senior Data Architect, Equalum

Alton is a data veteran (Oracle, Dell EMC, MariaDB and more) with over 40 years of design and architect experience around enterprise data solutions and applications. He has helped many companies implement successful projects around large data, high performance, large number of users, large number of transactions, clustering, as well as high availability and disaster recovery. Alton has led engineering teams, projects, and data operations, helping companies redesign or improve upon implementation to achieve their desired objectives


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