Press release

Syncsort Delivers Unrivaled Solution for Building Streaming Enterprise Data Pipelines

Sponsored by Businesswire

Syncsort, the global leader in Big Iron to Big Data software, today
announced the delivery of Connect CDC, a new real-time change data
capture and data replication product that enables organizations to
stream application data from diverse on-premises and cloud sources,
including mainframe, with guaranteed data delivery. By making all
mission-critical application data accessible in real time, organizations
can empower business users across the enterprise to make decisions based
on information when it’s most relevant and valuable.

“In a recent Syncsort
exploring top IT challenges, making data accessible across
the enterprise was among the top three priorities, and only half of
respondents called their organization very effective or somewhat
effective in getting data insights to business users,” said Dr. Tendü
Yoğurtçu, CTO, Syncsort. “Streaming data pipelines present an excellent
way to address this challenge, enabling advanced analytics, machine
learning and AI for a wide range of business use cases, from hotel
bookings to marketing campaigns and fraud detection.”

“When streaming data in real time, however, enterprises need to be
certain the data will not be lost or duplicated in the event of a system
or network failure,” continued Yoğurtçu. “This is particularly
challenging in hybrid cloud or multi-cloud environments. Connect CDC
leverages advanced data replication technology to help ensure data
delivery, even when network issues occur, avoiding any disruption to the

Connect CDC is part of the Syncsort Connect family of data integration
products, designed to meet the needs of the largest enterprises in the
world. It is a highly resilient, fault-tolerant product that replicates
data across relational databases, streaming frameworks like Apache Kafka
and Amazon Kinesis and cloud data stores. It integrates with the Kafka
schema registry to support data governance and protects data in motion
integrating with security frameworks such as Kerberos.

Highlights include:

  • One product to support a variety of use cases for sharing data
    across the organization to power real-time insights and better
    , including:

    • Streaming application data from traditional systems and legacy
      databases – including complex mainframe data (Db2/z, VSAM) – to
      business applications and analytics platforms that demand the most
      up-to-date information.
    • Seamlessly moving data across hybrid cloud deployments.
    • Keeping data lakes in sync with enterprise data stores,
      on-premises and across multiple cloud environments.
    • Modernizing, re-platforming and consolidating databases.
  • Resilient, fault-tolerant data delivery that automatically
    recovers from network or server outages without manual intervention or
    resynchronization. Monitors for collisions and resolves conflicts to
    ensure data integrity.
  • Enterprise-grade features that support data governance with new
    Kafka schema registry integration, in addition to existing Cloudera
    Navigator and Atlas support, to provide comprehensive insights into
    where the data comes from. Maintains an audit trail for compliance,
    keeps data secure and minimizes system and network resource
    utilization with log-based change data capture.

To learn more about the new Connect CDC software, view our webcast, “New:
Syncsort Connect CDC Real-time Data Replication
,” and read our blog,
which includes a short video.

About Syncsort

Syncsort is the global leader in Big Iron to Big Data software. We
organize data everywhere to keep the world working – the same data that
powers machine learning, AI and predictive analytics. We use our decades
of experience so that more than 7,000 customers, including 84 of the
Fortune 100, can quickly extract value from their critical data anytime,
anywhere. Our products provide a simple way to optimize, assure,
integrate, and advance data, helping to solve for the present and
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