How to integrate MySQL CDC in Oracle ADWC
Discover how to integrate MySQL CDC and Oracle ADWC and instantly get access to your data.
About MySQL CDC
MySQL is a popular open-source RDBMS (relational database management system) and offered under two different editions: the open source MySQL Community Server and the proprietary Enterprise Server. The MySQL Enterprise Server is differentiated by a series of proprietary extensions which install as server plugins but is built from the same code base. In databases, change data capture (CDC) is a set of software patterns used to determine and track data that has changed so that action can be taken using the changed data.
About Oracle ADWC
Oracle ADWC is a state-of-the-art cloud data warehouse service built on Oracle’s Exadata Technology, designed to process multi-billion-row data sets. This service leverages machine learning algorithms to reduce complexity as well as human errors and thereby increase reliability, security and efficiency.
What is Data Virtuality?
Data Virtuality enables companies to build an agile BI stack in 1 day. It connects to MySQL CDC, Oracle ADWC and more than 200 other databases and cloud services. All connected data sources can be directly queried with SQL and data can be moved into any analytical database. Customers of the Data Virtuality Logical Data Warehouse are digital businesses with the highest flexibility needs.
IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO DATA
Connect over 200+ databases, cloud services and files (XML, CSV, etc.) in minutes. Query data with your favorite analysis tools.
CENTRAL DATA MODEL
Set uniform definitions for their data and apply them to their analysis tools, regardless of the underlying data source.
ALL QUESTIONS IN SQL
With Data Virtuality you can query all data sources with SQL. NoSQL, CSV or XML File: We transform any connected data source in SQL.
REAL TIME REPORTING
Data Virtuality controls the exchange of data between all databases, cloud services, and analysis tools to help everyone in their organization get the information they need.