MySQL is one of the most popular open-source relational database management systems (RDBMS) globally, known for its use in building websites. It is commonly used as a component of the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Python/Perl) stack, as well as its variations, such as WAMP (Windows, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Python/Perl) and MAMP (Mac, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Python/Perl). These combinations of platforms are frequently utilized to support and deliver advanced web applications.
DBConvert provides software solutions for data migration and replication between the following MySQL wire-compliant RDBMS and popular cloud MySQL database service providers, including:
To synchronize MySQL databases, you can utilize MySQL DBSync tools. Once you have shifted your source database to the target database, it is essential to keep them synchronized. This can be achieved by checking one database for updates and applying those changes to another. It is common for the source database to continue changing even after the initial migration, resulting in a drift between the source and target databases regarding data and schema.
Furthermore, DBSync software offers bidirectional database synchronization between MySQL and other databases. In this scenario, two different databases can simultaneously replicate changes from each other. Bidirectional replication ensures that any modifications made in either database are copied to the other, maintaining synchronization.
DBConvert Streams (DBS) software solution is designed for converting heterogeneous databases and facilitating real-time Change Data Capture (CDC) data replication.
One of the standout features of DBConvert Streams is its exceptional data transfer speed. It features incredibly high performance, transferring 10 million records in just 30 seconds, showcasing its efficiency. Furthermore, it completes the copy of 100 million records from the source to the target database in approximately 6 minutes, further highlighting its impressive performance.
For more detailed information, please refer to the comprehensive DBConvert Streams documentation at https://stream.dbconvert.com