The winner of DBTA Readers’ Choice Award for Best Change Data Capture (CDC) solution goes to Attunity Replicate for the third time
The DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards are selected each year by the readers of Database Trends and Applications magazine and DBTA.com. This year, there were 28 categories in which products could be nominated and ultimately voted upon.
Used by hundreds of enterprises worldwide, Attunity Replicate is a universal data integration and ingestion platform featuring real-time CDC technology. It enables users to accelerate data availability across all major databases, data warehouses, data lakes, streaming platforms and cloud environments. Attunity Replicate moves data easily, securely and efficiently with an agentless design that allows for minimal operational impact.
“Today, more than ever, businesses are looking for ways to manage and leverage their information resources to create new opportunities and deliver a real competitive advantage,” said Tom Hogan, Group Publisher of Database Trends and Applications magazine. “There is an expanding array of solutions for storing, protecting, integrating, enhancing, and analyzing data. The DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards play a key role in spreading information about products that are providing a unique value to customers. Our congratulations go out to all the winners and finalists.”
“Change data capture is a critical enabler for modern data architectures and analytics, enabling real-time, efficient and low-impact data delivery. We are proud that DBTA readers have chosen Attunity Replicate as their favorite CDC solution,” said Itamar Ankorion, Chief Marketing Officer at Attunity. “For over a decade, we’ve continually optimized our CDC technology to help our customers support more data platforms and accelerate what is traditionally one of the most challenging parts of enabling analytics – data integration. This recognition is testament to our customers’ affinity for our solution and our continued commitment to innovation.”
The full list of winners can be found in the August/September issue of Database Trends and Applications magazine and online here.