Move data to cost-effective databases – without downtime
Oracle Enterprise Edition (EE) can take a huge chunk of your IT budget. But you may feel as if you’re locked in. Plus, it’s familiar, creating the illusion that it’s safer to stay on old technology – despite its high costs. But failing to take advantage of faster, more affordable databases adds up over time and makes it harder to maximize the value of your data.
What if you could safely switch to Oracle Standard Edition (SE) without sacrificing functionality, or even migrate from Oracle EE or SE to open-source and cloud platforms? This means you could dramatically reduce costs while modernizing your IT infrastructure.
With SharePlex® data replication, you can safely and affordably move data to your platform of choice – with zero downtime and zero data loss. And when you’re not using the bulk of your budget to pay for costly databases, you can invest more in resources that drive innovation.
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