HVR Features Enable Complete and Successful Database Migrations
By using HVR for your migrations, you gain a flexible and easy-to-use solution that simplifies setup and management of your database migrations.
Organizations use our solution for various migrations scenarios and to eliminate downtime. HVR’s bi-directional replication feature allows systems to run concurrently for zero downtime. If an error is found, you can reverse the replication even after migration. As a last failsafe, the compare and repair function ensures your data is always in sync.
With HVR, you can:
- Reduce risk
- Prevent data errors
- Ensure high availability
I’ve had a really good experience using HVR recently. It was surprisingly easy to get setup and running, and the error messages were very helpful in terms of figuring out which configuration issues were blocking. I’m doing a one-time Oracle to PostgreSQL migration without any continuous replication.
– Senior Scientist, Pharmaceutical Company
Reduce Risk and Minimize Downtime During Data Migrations
Technological changes, added data sources, and new business initiatives are a few of the many reasons for data migrations.
Your organization may be looking to execute one of the following common types of migrations today or in the near future:
- Upgrade to the latest version of a database for compliance reasons
- Migrate to a different database vendor to reduce cost
- Migrate to another OS (i.e. large endian to small endian, or vice versa)
- Changing to another hardware vendor and/or adopting virtualization
- Move data from on-premises to the cloud
During these migrations, your challenge is to reduce or eliminate downtime while extending the time available for a successful migration.
Best Practice Guide to Successful Database Migrations
Reduce or Eliminate Downtime While Extending Your Migration Timeframe
You will learn:
- How to extend your timeframe for migrations
- Reduce or eliminate downtime
- Mitigate data loss