Syncsort Delivers Unrivaled Solution for Building Streaming Enterprise Data Pipelines

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According to a new press release, “Syncsort, the global leader in Big Iron to Big Data software, today announced the delivery of Connect CDC, a new real-time change data capture and data replication product that enables organizations to stream application data from diverse on-premises and cloud sources, including mainframe, with guaranteed data delivery. By making all mission-critical application data accessible in real time, organizations can empower business users across the enterprise to make decisions based on information when it’s most relevant and valuable.”

The release goes on, “Connect CDC is part of the Syncsort Connect family of data integration products, designed to meet the needs of the largest enterprises in the world. It is a highly resilient, fault-tolerant product that replicates data across relational databases, streaming frameworks like Apache Kafka and Amazon Kinesis and cloud data stores. It integrates with the Kafka schema registry to support data governance and protects data in motion integrating with security frameworks such as Kerberos. Highlights include: (1) One product to support a variety of use cases for sharing data across the organization to power real-time insights and better decision-making, including: (i) Streaming application data from traditional systems and legacy databases – including complex mainframe data (Db2/z, VSAM) – to business applications and analytics platforms that demand the most up-to-date information. (ii) Seamlessly moving data across hybrid cloud deployments. (iii) Keeping data lakes in sync with enterprise data stores, on-premises and across multiple cloud environments.(iv) Modernizing, re-platforming and consolidating databases. (2) Resilient, fault-tolerant data delivery that automatically recovers from network or server outages without manual intervention or resynchronization. Monitors for collisions and resolves conflicts to ensure data integrity.”


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