US State Government Agency chooses Software AG’s Event Replicator for Adabas
L&I plans to use Event Replicator to replicate Adabas data in real time to an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). The agency expects to see a significant reduction in CPU usage over their current data replication approach, resulting in substantial cost savings. Additionally, L&I may use Event Replicator in the future to populate an SQL Server database with mainframe Adabas data for business intelligence purposes.
“We are very pleased that the Washington State Department of Information Systems has selected Event Replicator for Adabas,” said Joe Gentry, CTO of Enterprise Transaction Systems, Software AG. “Our long-term customers such as the State of Washington have told us that real-time access to Adabas data is a top priority. We look forward to working with Washington State to implement this important capability that will provide cost savings as well as improved information access in support of L&I’s mission.”
About Event Replicator for Adabas
Event Replicator for Adabas is a highly flexible event-publishing tool that efficiently delivers changed data in real time. It enables business systems to record changes as soon as they occur, so that users of those systems have the most current and accurate information. Event Replicator pushes data to any target DBMS or middleware, regardless of platform, and provides ongoing data changes to standby systems in remote facilities. The product works with all database management systems, including Adabas, DB2, Oracle, SQL, Sybase as well as middleware, such as MQ Series and EntireX Communicator. Additional information about Event Replicator for Adabas is available at the following URL: http://www.softwareag.com/...
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