When integrating data from one database to another, sometimes the schemas are not the same. JumpMind has come across a number of projects where there was a need to transform a very denormalized database into more of a canonical or normal form.

Read more Data Normalization using Transformations

 

Evaluating a new software product can be quite a challenge with so many products on the market and limited time and resources during the evaluation process. Through this blog I hope to present to you a quick overview of the fundamental building blocks of SymmetricDS in order to get your evaluation off on the right track.

Read more Crash Course on Concepts

Over the last several years, we've designed, implemented, tested and supported hundreds of synchronization scenarios. We've recently updated our design document templates that we use to get projects started the right way.

Read more Designing Your Synchronization Scenario

Having just returned from the National Retail Foundation's “Big Show” in New York City (where we also rooted on our hometown football team in the national championship game!), I thought it might be a good time to reflect on SymmetricDS's roots in retail.

Read more Database Synchronization for Retail

Let's sync data to the cloud with Amazon Redshift and SymmetricDS Pro. I'll take you through the steps to launch a cluster, sync data to it, and enable S3 for fast bulk loading.

Read more Syncing Data to Redshift

When to use local vs remote nodes...

One of the first decisions users come across while setting up SymmetricDS is how many instances of the software need to be installed and where to install them.

Read more Local vs Remote Nodes

Here we will walk through the steps to send data from a relational database to MongoDB using SymmetricDS. Since SymmetricDS is trigger based and there are not triggers in MongoDB data can only synchronized to a MongoDB instance.

Read more Sync Relational Databases to NoSQL like MongoDB