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HVR stands for High Volume Replication. The technology is renowned for helping enterprise customers implement real-time data integration between database sources and targets in complex heterogeneous environments. In this market, HVR often supports SAP ERP systems as a source like…

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Transforming SAP Data into
Insights with HVR and Snowflake (Part 1)

SAP applications are rich sources of extremely high value data for any organization running SAP applications. But this data is not only valuable to the company running the SAP application. It’s just as important, if not more important, to the…

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Modeling SAP Data in Snowflake (Part 2)

As a platform, Snowflake supports your data modeling technique of choice including Data Vault, Kimball dimensional modeling, Inmon, some combination of techniques, or whatever you choose to build on your own. In Part 1 of this two-part post, we explain…

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HVR and HANA Views

Organizations around the world work with us to integrate data from SAP to a target analytical data platform. Beyond the requests to replicate data for the physical (‘raw’) SAP tables, we’ve experienced an increase in demand to source from (HANA)…

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AWS Quick Start for HVR is a Go!

AWS Quick Start for HVR is available in the Amazon Web Services (AWS). What is HVR Quick Start? AWS Quick Start for HVR is a set of publicly available AWS CloudFormation templates that include high availability, security, and other necessary…

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Modernizing Multiple Legacy Systems for Real-Time Analytics with Snowflake and HVR

PITT OHIO, a family-owned transportation company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, established its legacy over 40 years ago with its Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) service. Since then, the organization has expanded to provide transportation, logistics, freight transportation, ground services, and supply chain solutions…

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“What about SAP Long Text?”

In data warehouse projects, integrating SAP data, one particular question usually pops up a couple of months into the project: “What about SAP Long Text?” Long Text (also referred to as SAPscript texts or text objects) are the containers attached…

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Data Replication Performance: Compare Best Practices

Business users access replicated data to offload complex queries from a transactional system or to consolidate data from multiple systems. Data warehouses and data lakes succeed or fail based on the ability to provide data that the business can trust….

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Securely and Efficiently Transforming the Healthcare Industry with Cloud Technologies

You may have heard the term “digital transformation,” but what does it mean to transform a business? How can you maintain a competitive advantage, keep customers happy, and meet the bottom line? It all comes down to data. During the…

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Data Replication Performance: Capture and Integration

Achieving maximum data replication performance is not easy. You run into many dependencies. Some are due to the environment and related to the source technology or target technology. Others are related to what you want to replicate. And finally, how…

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Overcoming Data Silos to Realize the True Potential of One Source of Truth

After several acquisitions, a leading e-tailer expanded its portfolio of brands and wants to unite the data collected across the enterprise. The entire portfolio is represented on the eCommerce site, however, things look very different on the backend. The data…

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Data Replication Performance: Refresh

The first blog in this series discussed a general approach to achieving maximum performance. In the second blog, I highlighted HVR’s distributed architecture and its performance and scalability benefits. This post focuses on the initial—or one time—load: Refresh. Subsequent posts…

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Data Replication: Performance Architecture

In the first blog of this series, I shared general concepts about data replication performance. This second post is about recommended performance architecture when deploying HVR. I will use real-world analogies to illustrate why the architecture is ideal for optimal…

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Data Replication Performance

This post is the first in a series of five to discuss data replication performance. This blog post focuses on performance objectives and general aspects of data performance. In the second post, we discuss HVR’s performance architecture. The remaining three…

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Streams

When Oracle Streams came out in Oracle 9i, it seemed that the Oracle world was about to change. Oracle had replication products beforehand. There was Oracle Replication in Oracle 8 and Advanced Replication since Oracle 7.3.4. DBAs had longed for…

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Accelerating Business Growth by Digitally Transforming the Retail Industry

With limited face-to-face interactions due to the COVID-19 pandemic and an increasingly competitive landscape, retail companies are working to digitally transform to maintain a viable business and keep customers happy. You may have heard the term “Digital Transformation” being thrown…

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