Fiorano Vs. Oracle - Integration Server Comparison
Learn how Fiorano outperforms Oracle by over 350% for the most common integration patterns
The entire flow for database consistency integration takes less than 10 minutes to develop on Fiorano. The flow consists of two database components connected via ‘routes’, with a simple transformation component in the middle to ensure that the data formats are consistent. Further, the Fiorano environment allows the flow to be modified dynamically, even while running; changes to the flow do not require the flow to be stopped and �redeployed�. Each individual component can also be independently reconfigured on-the-fly.
This whitepaper compares the performance and ease-of-use of the Fiorano and Oracle SOA platforms in the deployment of one of the most popular patterns in integration: the database consistency integration pattern. In this pattern, an update to a table in a source database (DB1) results in an update to another table in a target database running on a different machine. Information flow is one-way, from source to target, and asynchronous.