Migrate Oracle Database Lite to Sybase SQL Anywhere

Migrate Oracle Database Lite to Sybase SQL Anywhere

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Oracle Database Lite Client, Branch Office and Web-to-Go have been removed from Oracle's technology price list and are no longer being actively developed.  Now you are faced with a migration project.

How can you minimize the impact?  What solution will protect you from similar disruptions in the future?

Sybase, the industry leader in enterprise mobility software, offers the database and synchronization technology that integrates with your Oracle environment.  Sybase SQL Anywhere is the database of choice for many companies, including Intuit, because of its integration with Oracle, robust technology, and long-term roadmap for databases embedded in mobile, desktop and branch office environments.  SQL Anywhere data synchronization allows data-driven applications to integrate with all enterprise servers, including Oracle Database, IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Sybase, and more.

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José Ramos Product Manager for Sybase, an SAP Company

José Ramos is a Product Manager for Sybase, an SAP Company and is responsible for direction and life cycle management of SQL Anywhere, the leading data management and enterprise synchronization solution for applications that operate outside the traditional data center. With more than ten years of experience delivering product demonstrations, technical and industry presentations, and authoring many articles, Jose understands the technology requirements of today’s application vendors.  In addition, José holds a Bachelor of Mathematics in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo in Canada and a Master in Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada.

Vendor:
Sybase, an SAP company
Posted:
31 Mar 2011
Premiered:
Mar 31, 2011
Format:
Audio
Type:
Podcast
Language:
English
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