Migration Guide:

Automated migration from Oracle to Yellowbrick with Nexus Server

Replace Oracle with Yellowbrick for 100X performance at a fraction of the cost

  • Industry-leading economics: While Oracle is expensive to scale and involves complex licensing that makes virtualized environments extremely costly, Yellowbrick delivers the best price/performance in the industry along with MPP scalability. Our subscription service plans offer predictability and full transparency of included features and support.
  • Simpler operations: Oracle requires highly specialized DBAs and solution architects with many years of experience. In contrast, Yellowbrick can be up and running in a day, integrates with your existing data flow, and ANSI SQL and PostgreSQL compatibility means little to no learning curve or need for specialized skills.
  • Peak performance out of the box: Yellowbrick delivers peak performance out of the box – no manually created indexes, partitions or query tuning required; just load and go. And advanced workload management makes it easy to control queries in a granular way.
  • High performance at scale for mixed workloads: Oracle was designed for online transaction processing (OLTP) and struggles with mixed workloads at scale, resulting in concurrency and latency issues. With Yellowbrick, you can run high performance analytics 24x7 and support hundreds of concurrent users. Yellowbrick also excels at mixed workloads (batch and interactive queries/reports).
  • High availability designed for big data: Yellowbrick natively offers a full spectrum of business continuity tools, including a real-time geo-replication capability. With our disaster recovery service, you only pay per use, lowering the cost of a business continuity solution.
  • Consistent experience across clouds: Yellowbrick provides the same performance and user experience across private and multiple public clouds and is easily managed with a unified control plane.
  • Open ecosystem: Yellowbrick supports open-source interfaces (Spark, Kafka, Postgres) and fits right into enterprise BI and data motion ecosystems.