DataMirror, a provider of enterprise application integration and resiliency solutions, announced a new version of its market-leading iReflect high availability and resiliency software for Oracle business environments. DataMirror iReflect empowers Oracle customers to build a resilient, near zero- latency enterprise that is virtually impervious to downtime. The enhancements in Version 1.5 extend iReflect's core functionality, enabling organizations to heighten Oracle availability, reduce administration and gain a rapid return on their software investment.
The key differentiating features of iReflect Version 1.5 include:
- DDL Refresh iReflect's DDL support and object refresh functionality has been extended to include the ability to refresh an object's definition before refreshing its data. The ability to refresh, replicate and audit data definition language used to create and modify database objects greatly reduces the time and effort required to perform common administrative tasks.
- Master-to-Master Replication Enterprises that employ application load sharing between servers can use iReflect's bi-directional data replication to maintain data integrity. Enterprises can maximize their investment in existing systems through the ability to easily distribute Oracle data and workload across multiple servers.
- Sync Check Verify data definition and content of objects between source and target Oracle systems to ensure data integrity. Sync Check ensures that vital data is available and consistent across all Oracle systems and reduces system vulnerability.
DataMirror iReflect uses intelligent database-level mirroring to achieve superior uptime and availability for data assets on Oracle9i. The iReflect log- based solution mirrors Oracle database transactions from the primary system to the backup system in real-time, and supports cross-platform replication between Sun, Hewlett-Packard and IBM pSeries systems. It has the ability to detect primary system failure and invoke operational switching to enable highly available business operations in Oracle environments.
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