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More than just a step-by-step guide, this book offers examples, tips, and tricks that are all discussed in detail, providing the reader with the knowledge and confidence to implement them. Supporting diagrams, illustrations, and screenshots promote understanding and enhance the overall reading experience. The author's onsite experience in implementing Oracle GoldenGate in the financial sector is thoroughly reflected in this book. This book is for Solution Architects and Database Architects who wish to learn about the functionality and efforts required in implementing a data replication, migration or integration solution using GoldenGate. It is also designed for System Administrators and Database Administrators who want to implement, or those who have already implemented, Goldengate and who want to explore its advanced features. An intermediate understanding of Oracle database technology is assumed.
|Publication date:||22nd February 2011|
|Author:||John P. Jeffries|
|Publisher:||Packt Publishing Limited|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Information technology: general issues,|
Originally from a development background, John P Jeffries has worked for Oracle Corporation since the Siebel acquisition in 2005. His time at Siebel was spent developing ETL solutions for Data Warehouses, later moving to Oracle Consulting and then Oracle Advanced Customer Services as a Senior Principal Consultant, earning the internal title of 'The UK's Data Replication Expert'. Now a freelance consultant, he can be found onsite in many of the world's most respected financial institutions in London, consulting on Oracle GoldenGate, Streams, and Active Data Guard. With over 15 years of Oracle experience, and an OCP since Oracle 8i, he has extensive ...More About John P. Jeffries