GoldenGate Software, a provider of data integration services, has launched version 10.0 of GoldenGate, a transactional data management platform which enables real-time business operations.
With the release, GoldenGate expands support for heterogeneous databases, provides improved performance and manageability, and introduces new data integration functionality with Java Message Service (JMS) integration to support event-driven architectures and service oriented architectures.
To realize the full potential of SOA, applications should be able to access business data in a consistent and accurate manner, regardless of the source system and its format. The GoldenGate JMS capability allows subscriber systems to consume the transactional data when they need it, and in the format that they need it in, to more effectively participate in business processes, added GoldenGate.
According to the company, GoldenGate version 10.0 also offers a feature known as Delayed Apply, which allows the target database to be updated with a user-defined delay, and keeps the secondary system at an earlier point in time than the primary system. A configuration such as this would provide enhanced data protection by avoiding replication of erroneous or malicious operations to the secondary system, as well as the ability to take snapshots or data reports at specific points in time.
Sami Akbay, vice president of product management and marketing at GoldenGate, said: Database and platform heterogeneity is a fact of life for today’s global enterprise, regardless of industry sector. Because of this, GoldenGate has fully aligned with our leading database and platform partners to provide our customers with optimal functionality and support so they can easily decide on which environment to deploy their most critical systems and seamlessly migrate with minimal business impact.