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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 3.12.5 is released! Combined with the 3.12.4 release, this fixes 24 issues and adds 9 improvements. Here are some highlights:

  • Improves multi-primary replication for initial loads and handling of conflicts on busy systems
  • Fixes auto resolution of data conflicts on PostgreSQL 9.5 and newer
  • Fixes for bulk loaders on Oracle and SQL-Server
  • Fixes sporadic illegal state exception from staging during extraction
  • Handling of more special types and indexes in initial load DDL for SQL-Server and Postgres
  • Used "create or replace" for triggers to eliminate momentary missing trigger on SQL-Server
  • Dependent libraries are upgraded for latest fixes

Download SymmetricDS 3.12.5 now!

See the 3.12.5 change log for more details.

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SymmetricDS 3.12.6 is now available! Released on 2021-01-11.

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