Tag: Kafka

Using Kafka to Replicate Data from Postgres to MS SQL Server: Part 1


    The Challenge You’ve probably heard the expression, “Data is the new oil”.  That’s because data is at the heart of any business decision system of any organization. However, the data you need  isn’t always located in only one…

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Replicating MySQL to Snowflake with Kafka and Debezium—Part Two: Data Ingestion

Here we go again Hello, and welcome to this second part of my “Replicating MySQL to Snowflake” series. If you landed here from a web search and missed part one, you can take a look here: part one. What’s up?…

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Replicating MySQL to Snowflake with Kafka and Debezium—Part One: Data Extraction

What, Snowflake? Yes, Snowflake. While my core skills are based on the Oracle database, lately I’ve been working more on platforms like BigQuery and Snowflake—”lately” being the last one-and-a-half years or so. While this is my very first post related…

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Datascape podcast episode 30 – learn about streaming

In this episode of the Datascape Podcast, we welcome back Danil Zburivsky from Pythian to talk about the new streaming technologies that he and his team are working on. The step up from batch processing to streaming seems to be…

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Streaming Oracle to Kafka – stories from the message bus stop

Fascinated by streaming data pipelines, I have been looking at different ways to get data out of a relational database like Oracle and into Apache Kafka. I have presented about this topic at a number of conferences. There is a…

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GoldenGate 12.2 big data adapters: part 3 – Kafka

In part three of his series on GoldenGate 12.2 Big Data Adapters, Gleb Otochkin, Principal Consultant and Certified Oracle Expert at Pythian, tries out the Kafka adapter.

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