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March 29, 2016


AWS Database Migration Service (DMS) is a new, fully managed service that enables migration of production Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, MariaDB, and PostgreSQL databases from on-premises data centers to AWS with virtually no downtime. DMS is a heterogeneous migration solution, meaning that migrations can be between like databases, e.g., Oracle to Oracle, or alternatively between two different databases, e.g., Oracle to PostgreSQL. If there are advanced schema objects that need to be moved, the AWS Schema Conversion Tool can be leveraged to automate this.

Zoomdata, developer of a data visualization and analytics system optimized for big data, has introduced Zoomdata for Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help users connect, stream, and visually interact with big data from sources in AWS and across the enterprise.

Talend, a provider of big data integration software, has unveiled a new version of its Talend Integration Cloud, an integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) solution, with enhancements to help companies manage on-premises, cloud, and hybrid integration workloads in their Amazon Web Services (AWS) environments.

Infosys, a provider of consulting, technology, and services, announced recently that its Infosys Information Platform (IIP) is now available on Amazon Web Services Marketplace (AWS Marketplace).

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) for Oracle makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale Oracle Database in the cloud. With Amazon RDS, you can deploy an Oracle database in minutes with cost-efficient and re-sizable hardware capacity. The Amazon RDS Multi-AZ feature provides an enterprise class High-Availability option for all Oracle database versions and editions running in the AWS cloud.

Quest IOUG Database & Technology Community News

Taking place in Las Vegas April 10-14, 2016, COLLABORATE 16 will once again help Oracle technology and application professionals gain insight into the trends impacting IT, answer questions about new tools and technologies, and grow their networks within the Oracle user community. For 2016, there will be a special focus on Cloud Computing throughout the week, including key sessions like: