Partnership offers WANdisco route to accelerate data lake migrations to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

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WANdisco, the LiveData company, has agreed to a pre-pay licence deal with Oracle worth $150k. This is the first deal following the announcement of WANdisco’s deepening strategic partnership with Oracle to provide WANdisco’s LiveData Migrator (LDM) to both Oracle and its customers, announced on 31 January 2022.

This pre-pay deal is an initial rollout across a couple of Oracle customers and serves as an early indication of the desire to strategically prioritise the movement of data to the cloud through WANdisco licences. There is a significant further opportunity for WANdisco to support larger scale data migrations across thousands of existing Oracle customers.

As Oracle will purchase licenses directly from WANdisco for migration projects, there is already a large and defined pipeline that Oracle intends to pursue over the coming year using LDM. 

WANdisco's LDM solution will automate the migration and replication of Hadoop data lakes and cloud environments to data lakehouses on Oracle’s Cloud Infrastructure with zero disruption or downtime. LiveData Migrator will ensure business continuity throughout migrations and accelerate time to business insights to empower Oracle’s customers, offering strong data security and integrity across a variety of data sources.

David Richards, CEO and Co-founder of WANdisco said: “Looking forward, we expect to see our partnership with Oracle continue to strengthen and expand as we support the business and its enterprise customers with critical data migrations to the cloud, helping them to realise their data-first and digital transformation initiatives. This represents a significant further opportunity for WANdisco to support larger scale migrations across Oracle’s existing customer base. 

LiveData Migrator continues to serve as a valuable solution in accelerating growth, reducing costs, and improving data security and resilience, while reducing migration timelines from months or years to a matter of days. This, in turn, is accelerating time to business value for our customers and partners.”

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