Rocket Data Replicate and Sync (formerly tcVISION)
For Mainframe-to-Cloud Data Replication
Are you looking for a solution that allows your legacy mainframe environment to continue while replicating data – in real time – on a variety of newer Cloud and Open Systems platforms? Rocket Data Replicate and Sync (RDRS) provides mainframe data replication between Db2, Adabas, VSAM, IMS/DB, CA IDMS, CA DATACOM, or sequential files, and many Cloud and Open Systems targets, including AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Kafka, PostgreSQL, Snowflake, etc.
Realize Limitless Possibilities With Your Mainframe Data
The RDRS solution focuses on changed data capture (CDC) when transferring information between mainframe data sources and Cloud and Open System databases and applications. Explore an impressive variety of supported data sources and targets, both on-premise and Cloud-based.
Many have seen the announcement that Rocket Software has acquired BOS DigiTec GmbH, developer of tcVISION (now RDRS), which Treehouse Software markets, sells, and supports worldwide. We congratulate both companies on this exciting move to grow the product’s presence in the enterprise modernization market. Please note that Treehouse Software, Inc. was not mentioned in that announcement, because Treehouse is not part of this acquisition. However, our customers, partners, and prospects that we do business with should not be concerned and can be assured that Treehouse Software is still your source and point of contact for the RDRS product for years to come.
The High Availability Framework discussed in this blog provides for a Failover EC2 instance to automatically pick up RDRS processing should the Primary instance (running in another Availability Zone) go down.
Whether your enterprise wants to take advantage of the latest Cloud services, such as analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), scalable storage, security, high availability, etc., or move your data to a variety of newer databases, the transition doesn’t have to be a sudden big bang.