Replicate information between heterogeneous data stores
IBM® InfoSphere® Data Replication replicates information between your heterogeneous data stores in near real time. It provides replication with transactional integrity to support database migration, application consolidation, warehousing, master data management, business analytics and data quality processes.
InfoSphere Data Replication provides:
Faster, simpler data replication
Centralized, easier-to-use platform
Support for heterogeneous data
InfoSphere Data Replication
Details regarding hardware and software requirements for InfoSphere Data Replication can be accessed via the product version specific link below.
- Data integration
- InfoSphere Business Glossary
- InfoSphere Business Glossary for Linux on System z
- InfoSphere Change Data Capture
- InfoSphere Change Data Capture for z/OS
- InfoSphere Classic Data Event Publisher for z/OS
- InfoSphere Classic Federation Server for z/OS
- InfoSphere Classic Replication Server for z/OS
- InfoSphere Clinical Analytics
- InfoSphere Data Architect
- InfoSphere Data Replication
- InfoSphere DataStage
- InfoSphere DataStage MVS Edition
- InfoSphere Discovery
- InfoSphere FastTrack
- InfoSphere Federation Server
- InfoSphere Information Analyzer
- InfoSphere Information Server Enterprise Edition
- InfoSphere Information Server Enterprise Hypervisor Edition
- InfoSphere Information Server for Data Integration
- InfoSphere Information Server for Data Quality
- InfoSphere Information Server for Data Warehousing
- InfoSphere Information Server for System z
- InfoSphere Information Server
- InfoSphere Information Server Ready to Launch for SAP Applications
- InfoSphere Information Server Workgroup Edition
- InfoSphere Information Services Director
- InfoSphere Metadata Workbench
- InfoSphere Optim Application Repository Analyzer
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