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Large Shoe Retailer: Oracle GoldenGate Classic to Microservices Migration


A large shoe retailer evaluated their options to improve their operational readiness and begin to implement real-time reporting; identifying their data integration strategy for improving gains in analytical reporting. Their evaluations determined that the first step would be to improve architecturally and move to the next generation of Oracle GoldenGate. Oracle GoldenGate (Microservices) enables the real-time data feeds needed for this large shoe retailer to grow while ensuring a cost-effective solution for disaster recovery of their data integration environment. Through microservices and the new Oracle GoldenGate deployment models, seamless replication is configured throughout the enterprise.

In this white paper, you’ll see how RheoData helped a large shoe retailer maintain operational readiness while transitioning from Oracle GoldenGate (Classic) to Oracle GoldenGate (Microservices). What will be highlighted will be:

  • • Pre and Post architectures
  • General cut-over process
  • • Operational transition

After this whitepaper, you will have a basic understanding of how this large shoe retailer successfully transitioned from Oracle GoldenGate (Classic) to Oracle GoldenGate (Microservices) with near-zero operational interruption.


As part of every environment, it is best to identify the current architecture before building a new robust architecture. In the case of this large shoe retailer, they had a well-defined Oracle GoldenGate (Classic) architecture that worked for their business needs; however, the problem with the architecture was the lack of recovery when failing between disaster recovery sites. This led a large shoe retailer to relook at how they used Oracle GoldenGate (Classic) to meet their operational needs.

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Table of Contents



  • Pre-Architecture
  • Post-Architecture
  • Deployments

General Cut-Over Process

Operational Transition