Oracle has made the announcement as below a while back regarding the deprecation of Oracle Streams and Advanced Replication.
Oracle 12c will sound the death knell for Oracle Streams and Advanced Replication, and Oracle’s recommended alternative GoldenGate whilst great for Oracle financial results it isn’t the modern alternative for those wishing to stay on the Oracle stack or moving to public clouds.
The writing was on the wall when Oracle released 12c and credit to Oracle for its early warning of an imminent deprecation. Due to a multitude of reasons, not least the costs of upgrading, organisations continue to kick the can along until a fork in the road appears where there is a real urgency to take action. Well, we have arrived at that fork, as Oracle announced 11g versions will go into extended support and premier support as per link below (https://blogs.oracle.com/UPGRADE/entry/premier_support_for_oracle_11).
In the new world of 12c there is no Oracle Streams and the recommended GoldenGate alternative isn’t exactly light on the corporate wallet, not an easy sell to your CFO in this budget constrained environment.
The smarter alternative is BryteFlow, ready-made for enterprise grade replication which is upto 4 times faster than GoldenGate and half the cost. It’s modern click-to-replicate GUI means there is zero-coding and faster uptake. On top of that, the flexible deployment options ensure future-proofing for public cloud destinations. And whatever destination your organisation chooses, BryteFlow’s Advanced Encryption options protect your most sensitive data.
We have plenty of clients like Origin Energy who chose the smarter alternative. Be the hero of your organisation and contact Bryte for a demo.
Bryte is excited to partner with Microsoft with offerings for Azure SQL Data Warehouse
Bryte Systems partners with Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics software vendor, Yellowfin, to deliver a scalable cloud-based Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Big Data Analytics solution for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
We are delighted to be featured on the Rust Report as one of the “Companies to Watch” – “The Who’s Who of Aussie ICT”
The Rust report : Since its inception in 1999, The Rust Report has built a strong following amongst an influential group of readers throughout Australia, New Zealand, and beyond.
Recipients include senior executives of most of the industry’s major buyers and suppliers, venture capitalists, government departments, and young entrepreneurs at the cutting edge of technology.
We are proud to announce that Bryte has been named as a finalist in the CeBIT 2013 Business awards. We have been nominated as a finalist in the “Top Business Solutions” category for the innovative BryteFlow product which will be on show at CeBIT.
CeBIT Australia announced its CeBIT.AU Business Awards 2013 finalists. CeBIT.AU Business Awards recognises excellence, innovation, and achievement in the information and communication technology industry. The 2013 edition of the Awards attracted a record number of entries. Bryte was a finalist for the CeBIT Business Solution Award, thanks to its innovative BryteFlow product. The Awards carry the full weight of the CeBIT brand, one of the most recognised non-vendor technology brands in the world.
The “Top Business Solution” award category was the most competitive category, with the other nominees being Splunk, Xero Australia, AirWatch, Good Technology, iflow Australia, KORE Wireless, NICTA & 1-Stop: Container Control.