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DataMirror Releases Transformation Server 5.3

Originally published November 28, 2005

DataMirror, a provider of real-time data integration, protection and Java database solutions, recently unveiled DataMirror Transformation Server 5.3, delivering improved conflict resolution, complex transformation and usability to help businesses lower their total cost of ownership. The enhancements also expand the capabilities of the solution for Master Data Management, and SOA and web services applications.
Transformation Server, DataMirror’s high-performance real-time and bi-directional data integration solution, uses industry-leading log-based Change Data Capture (CDC) technology to capture changed data from existing database recovery logs, avoiding the overheads and risks associated with trigger-based and table-scan based solutions. Data changes are captured in the source system as they happen and flow immediately to the target database systems or middleware message queues, keeping distributed information up-to-date and in sync. Transformation Server 5.3, DataMirror’s latest version, supports OS/400, z/OS, AIX, Solaris, HP UNIX, Linux and Windows platforms.
 “An organization’s success depends upon the integrity and reliability of its business information,” said Herman Wallenburg, Chief Scientist, DataMirror. “By incorporating conflict resolution and complex transformation capabilities into Transformation Server 5.3 today’s businesses are able to better manage master data and can also improve business decisions. Effective Master Data Management helps our customers run smoother operations and win new customers and partners while saving money on their information technology investment.”

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