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Back to Basics With Dbvisit Replicate – Part II

In Part I of this series we talked about the initial set up and some of the components of dbvrep. We walked through the few questions needed prior to asking about your databases.  Now we will look at setting up the replication for your databases, of which there are usually two, referred to as source […]

Back to Basics With Dbvisit Replicate – Part I

A few of my recent blogs have talked about the new features of Dbvisit Replicate 2.7.  I want to now change track and get back to basics.  The next series of “back-to-basics” posts  are going to be exactly that, starting at the beginning.  So let’s go over exactly how to set up Dbvisit Replicate and […]

Why you should be thinking about Disaster Recovery right now!

  Let’s face it, DR – the business of disaster recovery planning – is not the most glamorous of topics in the I.T “universe”, and often times is treated as a poor cousin. But its relative reticence in speaking up for itself doesn’t make it any less important! There are forces at work ‘out there’ […]

When No Locks Are A Good Thing

One of the most powerful features of the Dbvisit Replicate 2.7 release is the No Lock feature.  This feature will allow you to truly take advantage of zero down time migrations as well as not taking any downtime at all during setup.  Before we dive into the No Lock feature let’s review a bit about […]

Unplug and enjoy the benefits of a rested mind…

In a world where mobile devices are part of daily living, where we search out mobile wifi hot spots in our regular movements and as a society we are ‘always’ available it can be extremely refreshing to ‘unplug’. I just got back from a 7 day trip where I had no access to email or […]

Getting Creative With Dbvisit Replicate Scripts

A few customers have asked me about scripting and other ways of interacting with Dbvisit Replicate.  Here are two of my favorite ways. In prior versions of Dbvisit Replicate you would have had to list out all the tables that you wanted.  This could become cumbersome if you had a schema with 1000 tables and […]

Now Here Comes Oracle

Set in the beautiful, temperate city of Seattle, #KSCOPE14 (June 22-26) promised and delivered: we enjoyed a rich feast of technical sessions for the manager and the hands’ on crowd, had our heads turned with a thought-provoking keynote speech, and, no joke, scarfed down some of the best conference food I’ve ever had. And, as […]

Dbvisit Replicate 2.7 Is Here!

We are happy to announce that Dbvisit Replicate 2.7 is officially released.  Once again we hit our target date! For those that are involved with releasing software hitting your release date is always an opportunity to pause and smile.  Coming off an on-time release for 2.6 we are happy that  Dbvisit Replicate 2.7 makes it […]

Can I migrate my Oracle DB to the cloud seamlessly without wings and a 1000 mile trek?

Oracle database migrations don’t have to be long arduous journeys. As spring returns to New England the birds are migrating back to their breeding grounds here in New Hampshire and further north.    Looking out of my window I watch them fly past my barn.  I see them move north through the clouds.  This image reminds […]

The Right Ingredients for a Dbvisit Replicate Proof of Concept (PoC)

A Proof of Concept (PoC) can be a vital and decisive factor before implementing any solution in a live production environment.  Having access to technical support from the vendor can speed up the PoC phase and reduce the overall project timeline – resulting in a happy project manager and putting you on the path to […]

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