Welcome to our SQL Replication Resources
We have compiled our SQL Replication related resources so that you can easily find more information about how to integrate data to or from an SQL Database for a wide range of source and targets.
On this page you will find:
- SQL Replication Blog Posts
- SQL Data Replication
- Data Replication Between MSSQL and Oracle
- SQL Server Replication: SQL Transaction Logs
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Data Sheet: HVR’s SQL Server Database Support
HVR supports SQL Server Database as a source for change data capture, and as a target for data delivery.
The SQL Server Database is a very commonly used database, often running very demanding and mission-critical workloads. SQL Server is a common data source for analytical environments and data lakes. This data sheet describes HVR’s support for the SQL Server Database as a source for change data capture, and as a target for data delivery.
Case Study: Mobicom – Offload Data from Oracle to SQL Server
How a Growing Telecom Company leveraged HVR to Manage a Growing Customer Network
About: MobiCom Corporation (Mongolian: Мобиком Корпораци) is the largest mobile phone operator in Mongolia. Established in 1996, MobiCom pioneered mobile technology in Mongolia where it today has 33 percent of the mobile service market. MobiCom has been pivotal in transforming Mongolia’s economy by providing essential telecommunication services including long distance and local telephone services, facsimile services, TV and public card payphones, internet services, and prepaid card services.
- Handling data loads as network coverage increased
- Providing BI solutions group real-time information
- SQL Server
- Database Replication
- Real-Time Analytics
Case Study: Epsilon Marketing – High Volume Data Movement from Oracle to SQL Server
About: Epsilon Marketing is a U.S.-based marketing services company that uses engagement and direct response marketing to lead its clients’ customers through the purchase funnel. Epsilon’s goal is to help its clients deliver the right message at the right time to the right prospect. It has succeeded in this approach by analyzing up-to-date and accurate customer data to gain customer intelligence.
Challenge: Real-Time Data Replication Between Oracle Production Databases and Microsoft SQL Server-Based Data Warehouse
- MS SQL Server
Use Case: Real-Time Data Replication
Demo: Oracle Replication to SQL Server
This recorded demonstration shows HVR Software’s data integration solution. The demo starts with software download and all the way through installation to getting a first working real-time replication scenario setup between an Oracle source database and a SQL Server destination.
Demo: Heterogeneous, Real-Time Replication SQL Server to PostgreSQL
Using HVR, real-time data replication in heterogeneous environments is extremely easy. This recorded demonstration shows an end-to-end demonstration of HVR 5 to setup and perform real-time data synchronization of a SQL Server database into open source PostgreSQL, with an active workload running on the system.
Video: SQL Server to Redshift and Kafka
This is a 30 min demo walk through how to use HVR to quickly setup capturing real-time changes from an on-premise SQL Server database and sending them to both Amazon Redshift and Apache Kafka hosted on AWS.
SQL Replication Blog Posts
SQL Data Replication
The SQL Server Database is a very commonly used database, often running very demanding and mission-critical workloads. SQL Server is a common data source for analytical environments and data lakes. This post describes HVR’s support for the SQL Server Database as a source for change data capture, and as a target for data delivery.
Data Replication Between MSSQL and Oracle
We thought that, instead of writing about some deeply technical issue in this blog, we would answer a couple of the first questions that we get asked by prospective new customers. Those questions are “What are your most common use-cases?” and “Why wouldn’t we just use…
SQL Server Replication: SQL Transaction Logs
In preparation for a presentation session about transaction log fundamentals at a past Silicon Valley SQL Saturday event in Mountain View, I looked into understanding more detail about the SQL Server transaction log. To date, I have been more familiar with Oracle’s transaction log…