Zero Downtime Migrations Using Logical Replication Tools
The VMSIG next webinar is on Zero Downtime Migrations Using Logical Replication Tools.
Upgrading hardware, software, versions of the database or versions of the application are all facts of life. Moving to the Cloud is now happening at an increasing rate. Too often companies put these migrations off because they can’t afford downtime. Learn how to do a migration with zero or limited downtime using logical replication products. We will discuss how logical replication works, move through how a migrations happens and then talk about some of the major roadblocks to avoid.
Featured Speakers: Chris Lawless, VP Product Manager, Dbvisit
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