Query Offload and Live Reporting
Scale real-time BI and analytics with zero production impact
Enterprises can optimize operations and capitalize on business opportunities by using fresh data from production applications for reporting and analytics. To protect production application SLAs, data availability and cost, they must efficiently copy live replicas to separate reporting and analytics databases. But enabling real-time access to the data while reducing impact on source systems can be complex or costly to achieve. Attunity can help with its database replication software.
Attunity Replicate easily and efficiently creates live replicas for reporting or analytics databases. Our enterprise class change data capture (CDC) technology eliminates interference with mission-critical operations while improving the efficiency and scale of analytics initiatives.
With Attunity Replicate, you gain:
- Fast implementation. Leverage an intuitive and configurable GUI to quickly and easily set up data replication with no manual coding. See video
- Broad Database Support. Offload queries from many databases including Oracle, DB2 and mainframe to similar or other databases
- Fresh data for BI and Analytics. Replicate data continuously with Attunity log-based CDC technology
- Reduced Impact on Production systems. Offload BI workloads and minimize impact on the source database with proven log-based CDC technology
Check out the Attunity Replicate Data Sheet
Swiss Life France used Attunity Replicate to implement their “Vision 360” initiative, aggregating customer data multiple backend systems into a search engine index to provide a single, consistent customer view to all channels and data users.
“Without Attunity, we could not have done the project since it would have been too costly for us in terms of development work,” said Christian Phan-Trong, Architecture Director. “We would have been forced to give up on our real-time data propagation requirement.”
Query Offloading with Change Data Capture
DB2 for Linux, UNIX, Windows
DB2 for IBM System i (i Series)
DB2 for IBM z/OS (z Series)