Datometry, a provider of database virtualization, has announced support for Oracle applications in its flagship product Datometry Hyper-Q, a database virtualization platform that makes databases and applications fully interoperable.
Datometry Hyper-Q for Oracle will enable enterprises to run their business-critical applications, originally written for Oracle, on additional platforms without having to perform a database migration.
Datometry says its Hyper-Q allows enterprises to run their existing applications on cloud data warehouses without rewriting or reconfiguring them, providing a significant reduction in time, cost, and risk compared to attempts at manual migration.
Using Hyper-Q for Oracle enterprises can re-platform their data warehousing workloads from Oracle to the public cloud within months.
“IT leaders dependent on Oracle today are increasingly desperate to move to cloud-native alternatives. However, conventional database migrations have long been the bane of the industry: they are incredibly expensive, time-consuming, and highly risk-laden,” said Mike Waas, CEO, Datometry. “Hyper-Q for Oracle changes the dynamics completely. With Hyper-Q enterprises can now re-platform their applications, originally built on Oracle, to a modern cloud data warehouse at a fraction of time, cost, and risk.”
Datometry has pioneered database system virtualization for data warehouse workloads and garnered industry-wide attention for enabling leading Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises to replatform their high-end data warehouse appliance workloads.
With Hyper-Q for Oracle, Datometry brings this technology now also to a much broader customer base beyond the appliance market.
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