Syniti Announces Low-Touch Data Replication Solution

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According to a recent press release, “Syniti, a global data management solution provider, today announced the general availability of the Syniti Data Replication 9.6 software solution. Available on premise or in the cloud, Syniti Data Replication is a low-touch, flexible solution that provides fast up-to-the-minute data replication with real-time change data capture, enabling successful management of data growth, faster synchronization and integration, and analysis of data. The solution supports high volumes of data, making it ideal for replication between a variety of heterogeneous source and targets connections, including data lake initiatives. Through an interactive metrics dashboard, coupled with the change data capture feature, the solution keeps different databases aligned, while minimizing the amount of data required to be transferred from one database to another database or another data structure. Businesses implementing analytics, business intelligence, data warehousing, data migrations, data governance and data management will gain access to accurate, secure, real-time data with the increased ability to drive business intelligence, compliance, insights and revenue.”

Rex Ahlstrom, Chief Strategy and Technology Officer, commented, “Data is a core strategic asset of any organization, serving as the cornerstone upon which companies are launching their digital transformations, addressing regulatory compliance, a true enterprise asset previously untapped… While the usage of cloud databases is increasing by the day, on premise databases continue to be the backbone of production systems.” The solution idealy bridges on premise, other structures and cloud databases, such as databases such as SAP HANA, Microsoft SQL databases, IBM DB2, Oracle, Amazon databases, and Google Cloud — to enable strategic management of big data.

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