Friday, September 18, 2009

Sybase Raises the Bar on Database Replication

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Database Replication

Enterprises have been replicating data among databases for decades to support various business requirements such as data integration, high availability, disaster recovery, and reporting. Today, database replication must be highly reliable and run across heterogeneous database management systems and platforms.

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