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Technical Briefs

HPE Shadowbase Data Definition Language (SBDDLUTL) Technical Brief

The HPE Shadowbase Data Definition Language Utility (SBDDLUTL) provides a powerful interface to convert and map the Enscribe DDL data structures (records, fields) into SQL equivalents (tables, columns). SBDDLUTL supports a variety of target SQL databases, including...

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    HPE Shadowbase Data Loading Methodologies

    A database must first be loaded before it is of any use (for example, when installing a new backup system for business continuity, or when performing a system/software upgrade or migration)...

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    HPE Shadowbase Data Protection Technical Brief

    Data is one of a company’s most valuable assets, and cyber thieves want it. Whenever data is moved between systems, a window of opportunity for data theft opens, which opportunistic hackers will be quick to exploit. But whether it is data at rest, or data in motion, the window of opportunity...

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    HPE Shadowbase Support for IBM Db2®

    This brief explains how Gravic dramatically improved the support of HPE Shadowbase for Db2 as a source in data replication environments. With the latest release, HPE Shadowbase software makes it easy and cost effective to integrate your Db2 databases into the rest of your data...

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      Managing Latency Technical Brief

      Managing Latency is One of the Most Critical Aspects of Data Replication Performance The two most important types of latency are replication latency and application latency. Replication Latency Replication latency is the elapsed time between when a data change (e.g., insert, update, delete) is committed to the source system database, and when it is applied...

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      Shadowbase Mapping Facility (SBMAP)

      Shadowbase User Exits have long been a feature to embed custom logic into the replication engine. Prior to SBMAP, all data mapping logic had to be manually programmed as a User Exit. Now, SBMAP automatically...