March 24, 2008 – GoldenGate Software Inc. announced the availability of GoldenGate Veridata 2.0, a software product that compares data between two active databases and identifies discrepancies for data quality assurance in compliance and auditing, acceptance testing for upgrades and migrations and disaster tolerance solutions.

 

GoldenGate Veridata is a data comparison engine that identifies and reports data discrepancies across databases, without impacting the availability or performance of the business applications that they support.Veridata 2.0 includes a new intuitive Web-based user interface with increased flexibility in reporting, enhanced manageability in handling large databases and role-based security.

 

"Since launching Veridata in 2005, we have received an overwhelming response to the technology from customers across a number of industry sectors," said Sami Akbay, vice president of product management and marketing for GoldenGate.

 

Inaccurate data can create a range of risks to the business if not discovered and addressed in a timely manner. Data discrepancies can arise due to a variety of reasons during day-to-day operations and IT teams can spend a significant amount of time and effort identifying and correcting these issues. In many cases, most data inconsistencies are uncovered when an end-user realizes the problem and after the business has been impacted.

 

Using GoldenGate Veridata, companies can audit and verify large volumes of data across different business applications. GoldenGate Veridata 2.0 introduces several enhancements to the product architecture and user interface that improve usability, security and manageability. The new Web-based user interface has improved support for typical navigation and workflow patterns, and flexible reporting increases ease-of-use by refreshing automatically and providing new filtering capabilities.Role-based access improves security, and the new Web Services communication between the Veridata Web and the Veridata server enhances manageability by allowing the monitoring of comparison jobs from other applications, making it a natural fit for service-oriented architectures.

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