HVR’s real-time data replication has been made possible through its ability to read the native transaction logs of a wide variety of systems and deliver the data in the most efficient manner possible by utilizing its proprietary compression techniques that minimize latency. HVR supports the typical data replication
topologies of one-to-one and one-to-many, unidirectional and bi-directionally. It is in the high volume and
complex environments where HVR’s modular and scalable architecture sets itself apart.
In addition to providing professional services, the company also offers 2 levels of support services that
include standard support services, which based on global business hours and round-the-clock enterpriselevel
The company continues to enhance its offerings around the key criteria, including support for
heterogeneous connectivity and optimizations to the core technology to improve performance, while
improving the efficiency alongside. Over the last 2 years, HVR has included new supported platforms for
log-based CDC, including SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL/MariaDB, and SAP HANA. Destinations not
supported as a source also include Hadoop, Hive, HBase, and Kafka.
HVR is deployed and consumed as a single solution (All-in-one Box), which comprises multiple features, covering the end-to-end deployment and data monitoring. HVR supports a wide array of heterogeneous sources and targets, which facilitate the replication of data at scale, whether on-premises or over the cloud.
HVR Presence in Data Integration Software
HVR’s strategic market focus includes the North America, APAC, and EMEA regions. The company’s
strategy is to continually evolve as a scalable and heterogeneous solution that enables fast and efficient
data movement, as data volumes expand and new technologies emerge. This evolution includes feature
enhancements and improved platform capabilities, such capture out of SAP HANA and adding new
supported platforms, such as open source MySQL. Long-term HVR offers a cloud-based/SaaS real-time