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DataMirror Supports Microsoft SQL Server 2005

Originally published November 16, 2005

DataMirror, a provider of real-time data integration, auditing, and Java protection solutions, recently announced that Transformation Server, DataMirror’s real-time, bi-directional data integration solution, fully supports Microsoft SQL Server 2005.  Transformation Server provides seamless integration with SQL Server 2005 so organizations can increase productivity, enhance performance and make better decisions.

With Transformation Server, SQL Server 2005 customers gain a scalable and high performance change-data-capture solution that extends SQL Server 2005 data warehousing and operational business intelligence initiatives. Transformation Server integrates transactions between mainframes running legacy applications and SQL Server-based data warehouses, to provide real-time business intelligence and enhanced reporting. Data also flows in real-time to Web-based applications hosted by SQL Server 2005, letting customers and employees access up-to-date information and enabling developers to create new web applications within the Microsoft .NET environment.

"DataMirror, a Microsoft partner, has more than 10 years of experience with real-time data integration software that supports and extends the benefits of SQL Server,” said Stewart Ritchie, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales, DataMirror. “With the right software in place, organizations can develop products quickly, deliver superior customer service, improve performance, and enable efficient business processes.”

DataMirror Transformation Server integrates seamlessly with SQL Server 2005 and provides bi-directional data integration into SQL Server systems from other relational databases-such as Oracle, DB2, UDB and Sybase—and data stores running on a range of platforms including OS/400, z/OS, AIX, Solaris, HP UNIX, Linux and Windows. DataMirror’s scalable; high-performance Change Data Capture (CDC) technology immediately detects changes to source data and flows them into SQL Server in real time.

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