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IBM DB2 on z/OS

Continuous real-time data replication and integration

IBM DB2 on z/OS

IBM DB2 on z/OS is a relational database management system that runs on the mainframe.

HVR support for IBM DB2 on z/OS

HVR retrieves change data through a stored procedure to a Linux environment where the actual log parsing takes place. HVR minimizes MIPS to perform CDC.

What you get with an HVR subscription:

Key Features: See how change data capture, data validation and repair, and reporting all in one tool simplify data integration management.
Table Creation and Initial Load. Mapping data between source and target is automated and made easy.
Log-based Change Data Capture. Only the changes are moved between source and target, a low impact way to move data.
Data Compare. Have assurance your data is accurate. HVR includes the ability to compare data before consumption.
Insights: This tool gives you the ability to view how data is moving in real-time, be proactive and identify chokepoints.

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Whether you’re moving your data to a data lake or data warehouse, from on-prem to the cloud, we support it.

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SAP HANA
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Microsoft SQL Server
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Microsoft Azure DLS
Oracle
IBM DB2 LUW
IBM DB2 on z/OS
IBM DB2 iSeries (AS400)
Salesforce
HDFS
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Ingres
SharePoint
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