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Making waves with grids at Oracle User Group

After more than a year of stealth investigation and preparation, CEO Robin Purohit took the first step to publicly launch the company and its breakthrough database synchronization technology at the Northern California Oracle Users Group (NoCOUG) on February 22, 2018, in Pleasanton, California.

About 150 Oracle database administrators, application developers, and architects from northern California registered for the conference, according to Iggy Fernandez, NoCOUG board president. The user group is one of the longest running and most active in the Oracle user community.

The conference included technical sessions and vendor exhibits. In his presentation, Purohit began by reviewing the disruptive impact of hybrid cloud projects on enterprise data.

“Organizations need a comprehensive solution for integrating on-premise and cloud resources that goes beyond today’s point-to-point solutions”, said Purohit. Purohit quoted research predicting that 83% of enterprise workloads will be cloud-based by 2020, and that today over half of enterprise organizations need data synchronization between cloud and on-premise databases.

Purohit went on to describe the capability of the SaaS service to synchronize heterogeneous databases across clouds of various types. creates sophisticated multi-node grid topologies in minutes such as many to one, one to many, and many to many. Using, topologies can be modified during runtime without service interruption and new sources or destinations can be added dynamically.

Purohit shared a preview of the upcoming spring SaaS release through two short videos. These videos are now available on the blog. The first video shows how to automatically convert data between heterogeneous databases, clone the source and then synchronize each transaction to the destination. The second video demonstrates how to create sophisticated multi-node grids in minutes.

Purohit wrapped up by inviting attendees to participate in the upcoming free beta test beginning in late March. Interested users can register on the webpage

Purohit’s entire presentation, as well as other presentations from the conference, are now on the NoCOUG website

The next meeting of the NoCOUG will be Thursday, May 17, at PayPal Town Hall in San Jose. Registration and speaker information is located at  We look forward to sharing more news from then.

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