Eliminate Silos for One Version of the Truth
If your business operates on a global or multi-national level, you are likely not storing all your application data in a single database. Many legal, organizational and/or technical reasons prevent the creation of a single database instance.
Challenges of not storing data on one instance include:
- Data silos
- Different versions of the truth
- Latency when moving data
Learn more about how Lufthansa airlines uses HVR for flight planning around the world.
With the combination of flexibility, performance and robustness, HVR has proven to be a very good choice to embed in our flight planning system.
– Senior Database Software Architect, Lufthansa Systems Airlines Operations Solutions
Multi-Directional Data Movement
HVR allows you to use a single database instance across your global organization by delivering multi-directional replication.
HVR supports active/active replication, which enables geographic distribution, using log-based change data capture on all supported database sources. The concept of a location group means replication design remains the same whether two, five or fifty databases are in the active/active setup.
HVR’s easy-to-use GUI (graphical user interface) ensures an easy setup of active/active replication, whether you have two, tens or even hundreds of active databases. HVR provides innovative compare and repair capabilities as well as a monitoring dashboard to keep any number of active databases in sync.
Using HVR for geographic distribution, you can:
- Simplify set up using one command center
- Scale deployment for complex geographically distributed environments
- Quickly and efficiently move high volumes of data with compression capabilities and log-based change data capture