Latest Release Highlights
HPE Shadowbase for Other Servers, Version 6.300 was released for General Availability (GA) for the following platforms:
HPE Shadowbase for IBM AIX, Solaris, and HPE/UX, Version 6.300 is scheduled for release later this fall. Highlights for Version 6.3 include:
More information on these enhancements and the myriad of other enhancements and fixes included in the release can be found in the release SOFTDOC.
Development is also wrapping up HPE Shadowbase for HPE NonStop, Version 6.4 and heading into Quality Assurance. It includes several important new features:
Of course, the normal bi-directional cutoff processing still happens; the cutoff only applies to events generated outside of replication from the source to the target. This enhancement was of particular interest to active/passive RDF customers when they migrated to HPE Shadowbase software.
Additional features to note:
I would like to remind everyone that the current release of the HPE Shadowbase for NonStop includes support for the first phase of our synchronous replication and zero data loss software, HPE Shadowbase ZDL. While we are still working with HPE on the product rollout details, it is available for qualified accounts for testing purposes only in this release (as an HPE Shadowbase “TCD” release). Please contact Shadowbase Support if you are interested in testing synchronous replication.
For our customers who purchased Shadowbase software through HPE, all of the GA releases are available through HPE NonStop Scout. (All other customers can receive the releases directly from Gravic; contact Shadowbase Support for instructions on downloading the release.) Please visit our website page, HPE Shadowbase Product Releases (SPRs) Available from HPE Scout, for tables that list the most recent SPRs for the HPE Shadowbase product line. These tables will assist with determining the components and their latest GA versions, organized by HPE Product ID/SKU, and by HPE Shadowbase part number (T#), which correlates to its respective operating system.
Looking forward, we continue to improve the HPE Shadowbase product suite with HPE Shadowbase ZDL. Synchronous replication is an ongoing development focus with several releases planned in the coming years.
While we work on enhancing synchronous replication, we are not ignoring our core asynchronous replication products. Other planned enhancements include:
As always, please keep us abreast of your future technology direction, needs, and wants in the data replication, data integration, and data synchronization space so we can plan to meet them accordingly.
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