Ten Tips for Change Data Capture

March 21, 2018

Find out how to maximize your data integration value in analytic and operational systems by applying change data capture (CDC) methodologies.

Many organizations think of data integration as simply merging or copying data from one system to another. However, data integration can be the underlying linchpin to a host of critical business processes and applications. Using data integration strategies and specialized functions make the job of accessing fresh data cost-effective, quick to achieve and easy to manage. This paper will describe how change data capture (CDC), a specialized function of data integration, can optimize value in both analytical and operational systems within a data-driven environment.

This white paper provides ten examples where CDC can be effectively applied to improve analytic and operational velocity.

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