What’s new in Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data 220.127.116.11 ?
- New Source - Cassandra
Starting Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data release 18.104.22.168, GoldenGate can read from NoSQL data stores. With this release, you will be able to capture changes from Cassandra which is a columnar NoSQL data store. It can also capture from the beginning or also known as Initial Capture.
- New Target – Kafka REST Proxy
Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data can now natively write Logical Change Records (LCR) data to a Kafka topic in real-time using the REST Proxy interface. Supports DDL changes, Operations such as Insert, Update, Delete and Primary Key Update can be handled. It can support Templates and formatters. It can also provide encoding formats such as AVRO and JSON. It can support HTTPS/SSL layer security
- New Target – Oracle NoSQL
Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data can now officially write to Oracle NoSQL data stores. It can handle Oracle NoSQL data types, mapping between table and columns, DDL changes to be replicated, Primary key updates. It can support both Basic and Kerberos method of authentication.
- New Target – Flat files
Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data has a new Flat file writer. This is designed to load to a local file system and then load completed files to another location like HDFS. This means that analytical tools will not try to access the real-time half processed files and also can do post processing capabilities like transform, merge like calling a native function.
- New Target - Amazon Web Services S3 Storage
Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data can create a local file system and then load completed files to another location like AWS S3. S3 handler can write to pre-created AWS S3 buckets or create new buckets using AWS OAUTH authentication method.
- New Data Formats – ORC & Parquet
Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data can write newer data formats such as ORC and Parquet using the new Flat File handler..
- Newer Certifications like MapR, Hortonworks 2.7, CDH 5.14, Confluent 4.0, MongoDB 3.6, DataStax Cassandra 5.1, Elasticsearch 6.2, Kafka 1.0 and many more !!!
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