Striim Announces Partnership with Google Cloud to Offer Database Migration Service

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According to a new press release, “Striim®, provider of an enterprise-grade platform for streaming data integration with intelligence, announced today that it has entered into a partnership with Google Cloud to offer a database migration service to facilitate moving data into databases running on Google Cloud Platform. This migration service simplifies database migrations by enabling streaming data pipelines from multiple open source and commercial databases – including Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, and MySQL – to cloud databases – including Google Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL and MySQL, as well as Google Cloud Spanner.”

The release goes on, “There is significant demand for database migrations to the cloud as shifting workloads to the cloud becomes a core requirement for next-generation data initiatives. Particularly for databases supporting mission-critical applications, avoiding downtime is a key requirement during migrations to minimize both risk and operational disruption. Striim’s migration data pipelines allow online migrations where mission-critical applications continue running without incurring downtime, while data is continuously replicated between on-premises and cloud databases. Striim offers an enterprise-grade, real-time database migration service to streamline the movement of real-time data to Google Cloud databases. Launched today at Google Cloud Next ’19 in San Francisco, this service is now available for Google Cloud customers.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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