Equalum service offers change data capture to users of legacy solutions


Data integration startup Equalum Ltd. today announced a new service that allows users of legacy solutions to gain access to a more significant feature set on-premises or in private clouds.

The Equalum Competitive Replacement Program brings the company’s Change Data Capture solution to users of legacy solutions such as HVR, Striim and StreamSets, providing the CDC at a substantially more compelling price point. The service enables organizations to track real-time data movement across on-premises and hybrid cloud environments.

Equalum says its service offers easy-to-orchestrate data pipelines that deliver CDC performance for the most data-intensive operations. Equalum’s CDC is said to differ from others on the market by focusing on simplicity, replicating subsets of data and ever-changing schema with ease. With the need to capture data and changes only once, the service proceeds to replicate, or extract, transform and load the CDC data to the corporate data warehouse or data lakes or analytics, or for other purposes.

Additional features in Equalum CDC include real-time replication of data from source to target; robust, real-time streaming ETL workflow design and execution; and a modern, quick-to-install CDC, powering real-time replication, in-flight transformations and enterprise-wide use.

For interaction, Equalum CDC uses a no-code user interface that is said to save development time and relieves unnecessary programming burdens on the information technology department through its ease of use.

“Equalum’s new Competitive Replacement Program offers enterprise customers the assurance they can architect their CDC solution in the way that best supports their organization without concern over the changing product strategies of their vendor,” Erez Alsheich, co-founder and chief product officer of Equalum, said in a statement. “This is an excellent option for users who wish to maintain an on-premises CDC solution instead of migrating to a potentially insecure and less performant cloud-only option.”

Equalum was last in the news in August when it raised $14 million to support international growth, product development and demand from organizations developing new processes or transforming old ones in the cloud. Investors included Planven, United Ventures, Innovation Endeavours, Saints Capital and SpringTide Ventures.

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