The Supported Databases Spreadsheet (specific versions) and the table below are constantly being updated. Contact us for the availability of additional database and operating system support.
|Operating Systems||Source Databases and Environments2||Target Databases and Environments2|
|HPE NonStop (formerly Tandem) Kernel (Guardian), S, H, J, and L Series||Application Log Files||Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) Extracts/Formatting|
|HPE NonStop Open System Services||Flat Files||Generic Interprocess Message Delivery/Notification|
|HP-UX||HPE NonStop Enscribe||Generic ODBC Targets (Please Contact Us)|
|IBM AIX||HPE NonStop SQL/MP||HPE NonStop Enscribe|
|Microsoft Windows||HPE NonStop SQL/MX (Native ANSII Tables)||HPE NonStop SQL/MX (Native ANSII Tables)|
|Oracle Linux||HPE NonStop SQL/MX (SQL/MP Tables)||HPE NonStop SQL/MP|
|Oracle Solaris||IBM Db2®||HPE NonStop SQL/MX (SQL/MP Tables)|
|Oracle Solaris x86||Microsoft SQL Server||IBM Db2®|
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux1||Oracle Database Enterprise Edition||Microsoft SQL Server|
|SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES)1||SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (SAP ASE)||Middleware Feeds/Messaging Feeds|
|Oracle Database Enterprise Edition|
|SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (SAP Sybase ASE)|
|1Additional Linux variants are available.|
|2Shadowbase “Consumptive” User Exits
Shadowbase software is extensible and supports a “consumptive” model, where the user can create and utilize Shadowbase User Exits to directly interface with a database or other target platform not on this list. In these cases, the customer takes responsibility for testing Shadowbase software and its custom user exits with the target environment, including whenever the respective vendor(s) release new versions.
HPE Shadowbase Software offers the option of a DBaaS. With DBaaS, companies can fully recognize the benefits of fault-tolerant computing at the extreme availability levels that HPE NonStop provides. They can also manage their existing database environments (e.g., Linux, Oracle, SQL Server, etc.) through the DBaaS interface, which provides identical commands to their existing environments.