Oracle GoldenGate is Oracle’s flagship logical data replication product for Oracle and heterogeneous database environments. While it excels at data replication, when you combine the Oracle GoldenGate for Java adapter’s native JMS integration with Solace message routers, you can really unlock the full potential of your data.

Once the real-time events are on the Solace message routers, they can be delivered to a host of new applications like business intelligence applications, complex event processing engines, data grids, and more. Applications can be added on the fly by simply connecting to the Solace message routers and consuming the data stream. Once the data is on the Solace message routers, it’s easy to access.

Additionally, Oracle’s JMS Capture enables enterprise applications to use the enterprise message bus to persist information to the database, instead of directly performing database updates, decoupling these applications from the database updates and unlocking higher performance. And you can do all this while simplifying your existing distributed GoldenGate architectures.

This video describes and demonstrates how this works.

Solace message routers can also improve the performance and reach of Oracle GoldenGate to make real-time data synchronization across many databases easier and more efficient. If your Oracle GoldenGate infrastructure struggles to replicate your massive volume of data across the wide area network, then allowing Solace message routers to optimize and accelerate your WAN distribution offers another compelling reason to combine these two great products. This next video shows you when and how Solace message routers can help you improve wide area network performance.

Mark Spielman

Mark Spielman is a product leader with 15+ years of experience helping customers become event driven while building the products they need to become more successful. His current passion with Solace is making sure PubSub+ Cloud is the right choice for everyone looking to modernize their business and embrace event-driven transformation.

Throughout his career, he has had experience and interest in a wide range of topics including large-scale enterprise architecture, cloud platforms, developer engagement, SaaS, agile teams, cross-functional team building, operations and process improvements, product go-to-market, pricing strategies and data-driven product design.

Mark holds a B.A.Sc. in Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo and always enjoys learning new things.