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Fast & Flexible Database Replication

SymmetricDS is open source database replication software that focuses on features and cross platform compatibility.

Cross Platform
Replicate data across different platforms, with compatibility for many databases. Sync from any database to any database in a heterogeneous environment.
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Scale Out Performance
Optimized for performance and scalability, replicate thousands of databases asynchronously in near real time, and span replication across multiple tiers.
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Flexible Configuration
Configure which tables and columns to sync, and in which direction. Subset rows and distribute them across databases. Combine, filter, and transform data.
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SymmetricDS 3.10.4 is released. This release includes 18 bug fixes and 12 improvements. Here are some issues to highlight:

  • Performance improvements for initial load extract
  • Support for Firebird 3
  • LookupTableRouter will optimize when initial load select is used
  • Better handling of zero date on MySQL
  • Support service install on MacOS X
  • Upgraded Jetty to latest version for security fixes
  • Upgraded to latest Oracle driver
  • DbSql can run statements from a file

There's a lot packed into this release, so see the 3.10.4 change log for more details.

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SymmetricDS 3.10.4 is now available! Released on 2019-08-23.

There were 344 downloads this week.

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  • Scaling SymmetricDS For Many Clients
    Written by Josh Hicks

    SymmetricDS was originally designed to support a use case with numerous client nodes spread out geographically in order to replicate to a centralized server.  The out of the box properties and configuration are optimized to support many other use cases and may not be sufficient when you need more than a couple dozen client nodes.   Check out some of the helpful hints below to assist in a successful synchronization rollout to numerous clients.

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