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A Checklist for Effective Operational Data Integration Solutions


A variety of IT initiatives call for the integration and synchronization of transactional data between operational business systems: IT infrastructure upgrades and migrations, data center/database consolidations and B2B integration are some examples where integrating OLTP data across the enterprise and constituents is necessary.

To support today’s 24/7 operations, technology solutions for operational data integration require a number of key criteria to be met, including moving data with low latency and supporting heterogeneous environments.

Join this webcast to review a checklist of 5 key requirements for implementing high-performance and reliable solutions to integrate data across your operational systems. Attendees will also learn how Oracle Data Integration products – particularly Oracle GoldenGate – enable real-time, low-impact operational data integration across a variety of customer use cases and industries.


Irem Radzik Director of Product Marketing, Data Integration, Oracle Corporation

Irem Radzik is Product Marketing Director for Data Integration products at Oracle. Prior to that, she worked at GoldenGate Software as the Product Marketing Director. She has more than 12 years of product management and marketing experience in software, financial services and consulting industries. Before GoldenGate Software, she held product management and marketing positions at Siebel Systems Inc. (now part of Oracle Corporation), TIBCO Software Inc and Enkata Technologies.

Chris Lawless Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle GoldenGate, Oracle Corporation

Chris Lawless is a Senior Principal Product Manager for Oracle. Previously, Chris worked for GoldenGate Software as a Director of Product Management and as a Software Analyst for GoldenGate's Technical Services team. Previously, Chris was a Senior Database Instructor for Oracle Corporation. In 2003, Chris received Oracle's DBA West "Instructor of the Year" award, and he also received Oracle's "Gold Club" award for consistently achieving customer satisfaction ratings exceeding 95.5%.

Oracle Corporation
May 4, 2010, 14:00 EDT (18:00 GMT)

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