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Linking Oracle GoldenGate Microservices Architecture to Oracle GoldenGate Classic Architecture

As of August 2017, Oracle has released two distinct architectures for Oracle GoldenGate. The newest of which is the Microservices architecture. These question has to be asked, how can both of these architectures work together? Is that even possible? The answer is yes, you can link the Microservices Architecture to the Classic Architecture and vis-versa. […]

Oracle GoldenGate Processes – Part 3 – Data Pump

The Data Pump group is an secondary extract group that is used to help send data over a network.  Although a data pump is another extract group, don’t confuse it with the primary extrat group. The main purpose of the data pump extract is to write the captured data over the network to the remote […]

Monitor an Import Datapump Job (impdp)

Often time I find myself having to do imports of data and during the import process customers are asking for status on the import.  To help alleviate these questions and concerns there are a few ways to provide a status on the import process.  I will outline them below: Use the UNIX “ps –ef” command […]