Geographic Distribution

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

Read 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

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