Claudio FreireChief Enterprise Architect at a non-profit
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The most valuable features are data virtualization and reporting."
"The most valuable feature is data replication capability."
"The CDC feature is interesting."
"They've recently improved the ease of implementation."
"GoldenGate can connect and collect data from multiple sources, such as SQL Server."
"It moves the data as you set it up, and it works. I am also very impressed with its stability and scalability. It is not super feature-rich, but the new releases have more functionality. It recently had more native integrations with Oracle Database. If you are using it against an Oracle database, it has a lot more functionality."
"The technical support could be a little better."
"It should be easier to integrate this solution with non-Oracle databases, including cloud-based solutions hosted on Azure."
"We struggle with memory. It's limited. However, it may be because of our unique business case and how we use it that it's limiting for us."
"The solution is quite costly, and if they could reduce their pricing, it would be more economical to implement."
"I would like to see the interface more graphical and easier to use."
"Troubleshooting issues is not always the easiest. It should be easier to troubleshoot. Their support can also be improved. They don't read your problem statement and waste a lot of time. GoldenGate for big data is actually a separate license. It is sort of a separate product, but it might fall underneath your GoldenGate category. If we're talking about big data, its interaction with big data sources is poorly documented."
"I think that this product is too expensive for smaller companies."
"The price of this solution is good."
"We have an enterprise license for it. It might be for three years or so. I'm not aware of any additional costs to the standard licensing fee."
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IBM Cloud Pak for Data is ranked 40th in Data Integration Tools with 1 review while Oracle GoldenGate is ranked 7th in Data Integration Tools with 5 reviews. IBM Cloud Pak for Data is rated 5.0, while Oracle GoldenGate is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of IBM Cloud Pak for Data writes "Good reporting, but resource utilization is high and technical support can be improved". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Oracle GoldenGate writes "Good technical support and very stable, but memory is an issue". IBM Cloud Pak for Data is most compared with Azure Data Factory, Palantir Foundry, Denodo, Informatica PowerCenter and SAP HANA, whereas Oracle GoldenGate is most compared with AWS Database Migration Service, Oracle Data Integrator (ODI), Quest SharePlex, Qlik Replicate and Azure Data Factory.
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