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  • December 4, 2019

MV2ADB: move data to Autonomous Database in "one-click"

Ruggero Citton
Product Development Architect

MV2ADB: move data to Autonomous Database in "one-click" (Doc ID 2463574.1) is reaching version 2.0.1-73 introducing new features and capabilities Move to Autonomous Database (MV2ADB) is a new tool is permitting the load data and migration from “on premises” to Autonomous Database Cloud leveraging on Oracle Data Pump and within one command (!).

Data Pump Import lets you import data from Data Pump files residing on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage. You can save your data to your Cloud Object Store and to load them to Autonomous Database Cloud using “mv2adb”. MV2ADB is supporting ATP-S (ATP Serverless), ATP-D (ATP Dedicated) and ADW. MV2ADB is also integrating "Oracle Autonomous Database Schema Advisor", making very simple to analyze the current Oracle Databases and report any concerns that may arise during the migration. MV2ADB when in used with ATP-D is also supporting "--netlink" feature for which you could skip the dump creation/upload to the OCI Object Storage. The dump upload can be automatic or a separate step leveraging on Rest-API or on OCI-Client

Last but not least, MV2ADB is for free (!)

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