Data Replication and Integration

Databases and the Internet have enabled worldwide collaboration and information sharing by extending the reach of database applications throughout organizations and communities. Both small businesses and global enterprises have users all over the world who require access to data 24 hours a day. Without this data access, revenue and customers can be lost, penalties can be owed, and bad press can have a lasting effect on customers and a company's reputation. The Oracle database provides key data replication and integration features critical to the success and well being of all enterprises in today's fast moving economy.

Oracle Streams, a built-in feature of the Oracle database, is a critical data replication and integration feature. It provides a flexible infrastructure that meets a wide variety of information sharing needs. Oracle Streams enables the propagation of data, transactions and events in a data stream either within a database, or from one database to another. The flexibility of Streams over traditional solutions for data replication and message queuing, allows customers to select a single information sharing solution, and to deploy information solutions in less time and for less cost. As business requirements change, simply implement a new capability of Oracle Streams, without sacrificing existing capabilities.

Click on the following for a further explanation of Oracle's data replication and integration features

Oracle Streams
 Oracle Database 11g Streams Features Overview
 Oracle Database 11g: Oracle Streams (Technical White Paper)
 Grid Control Streams Management (Presentation pdf)

Data Replication
 Replication with Oracle Streams
 Oracle Streams Configuration Best Practices: Oracle Database 10g Release 10.2
 Oracle Streams Performance Tuning Best Practices: Oracle Database 10g Release 10.2
 Oracle Advanced Replication

Message Queuing
 Streams Advanced Queuing: Overview and Tutorial (Technical Whitepaper)
 Streams Advanced Queuing: Best Practices (Technical Whitepaper)
 Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing and Real Application Clusters: Scalability and Performance Guidelines (Technical Whitepaper)
 Messaging Gateway (Datasheet)
 Message Queuing for Business Integration (eAI Journal Reprint)

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