Sybase Replication Server

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Sybase Replication Server for Linux enables organizations to deliver live information to remote locations and consolidate information from autonomous units across the enterprise. It provides continuous or high availability operation despite hardware or software failures or planned downtime for maintenance, while also allowing real-time access on the replicate systems. Replication Server allows replication of data among heterogeneous platforms (from ASE on Solaris to ASE on Linux bi-directional), enabling organizations to take full advantage of lower cost and scalability of Linux. Enterprises can take advantage of Sybase Replication Server and ASE on Linux to cluster multiple Linux hosts to provide a true distributed system. Sybase Replication Server allows multiple Linux hosts on distant locations to host multiple data servers, enabling enterprises to create global data repositories at affordable costs. Unlike other products where performance degrades as scaling goes up, there is no limit and no performance penalty on the scalability that Sybase provides. Take advantage of Sybase products on Linux to drive the cost down, use your replicate sites as production and turn your data into information anywhere.

Refer to: Sybase's Replication Server page for more info.