AWS Schema Conversion Tool (SCT) and Ora2PG allow for automating database migration from Oracle to PostgreSQL. Which tool would you prefer to use in real migration project for enterprise accounts? Read this blog post to find the answer.
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In Oracle, you can specify virtual columns in a table definition. However, when migrating your Oracle database to Microsoft SQL Server, you need to utilize computed columns. You may want to use SSMA to automate the conversion. The problem is that SSMA does not correctly convert source Oracle virtual columns to SQL Server. So, you will need to update the converted code manually.
Read this blog post to discover our proven solution to Oracle virtual columns conversion to Microsoft SQL Server.
When migrating Oracle databases to Microsoft SQL Server, you need to define a naming convention for the conversion of packaged procedures and functions. This step is as important as setting the schema mapping and data type mapping. This is an architecture-level decision that you should make at the very beginning of your migration project. Read this blog post to discover the importance of this decision and the possible issues it may cause.
When migrating a customer’s Oracle databases to Microsoft SQL Server I often face the problem of updating relevant applications. A broad range of our customers use the Oracle Call Interface (OCI) to develop their database applications.
This interface is specific to Oracle and you can’t use it to connect to any other database platform. Read the blog post to discover the right path to effectively remediate Oracle’s С or C++ applications to the Microsoft SQL Server.
When converting Oracle database code to Microsoft SQL Server, I often face the problem of correctly mapping Oracle data types to SQL Server data types. I regularly use SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) to automate Oracle database code conversion to SQL Server. However, SSMA’s default data type mapping for Oracle procedure and function parameters uses the maximum possible size for each specific data type to prevent data loss. This approach causes unintended consequences with application code.
How can a world-leading multimedia content producer migrate Oracle to Amazon EC2 with minimal downtime while also reducing licensing costs? In this blog post, we discuss how we saved our customer 28% in Oracle licensing costs, implemented a reliable HA/DR solution, and migrated their immense environment to the AWS cloud with near-zero downtime using Oracle Data Guard. To better understand the client’s existing infrastructure, requirements, and potential limitations, let’s explore the customer’s environment prior to our successful migration. The Situation […]
One of our customers decided to modernize their Oracle database to Microsoft SQL Server. However, the thousands of SAP Crystal Reports connected to their existing Oracle database presented a huge challenge to their migration effort. They reached out to DB Best to develop an automated way to convert all of the connection information from Oracle to SQL Server and, more importantly, develop an automated solution that can extract the Oracle PL/SQL statements in the reports, convert them to SQL Server […]
One of the world’s largest multimedia content providers was looking for a way to increase the level of user satisfaction by improving the performance of their enormously huge database system. They wanted to leverage operational best practices to increase resiliency/uptime, performance, and scalability at the lowest possible cost. DB Best provided the customer with the day-to-day operational data management services both on-premises and in the cloud, as well as configured the new architecture for their cloud-based system. Discover the benefits […]
A global pharmaceutical company has been supporting hundreds of applications on the Oracle platform. Their complex system became outdated over the years with 90% of end of life or extended support Oracle versions with very expensive contracts. They needed a cost effective solution, so they looked for a way to move their workloads to a higher value SQL Server solution. See how we helped our customer determine Oracle migration ROI (Return on Investment) for their highly complex environment. Let’s see how […]
Our customer needed to reduce the licensing costs of their Oracle database. We came up with a comprehensive solution by migrating their database to SQL Server platform. We also remediated all affected application components. As a result, our customer benefited from obtaining higher value SQL Server platform with enhanced scalability and high availability approaches.