The Qlik February 2020 release has been delayed by a couple of weeks due to a security vulnerability that recently surfaced with Node.js, which is impacting a large portion of the software industry. The release is expected to be delivered before the end of the month, with a target date of February 25th, as Qlik is actively running tests to ensure that the February GA release is stable and not affected by this security malware. To read more about this vulnerability:
Qlik Replicate empowers organizations to accelerate data ingestion, replication, and streaming between a wide variety of heterogeneous databases, data lakes and data warehouse platforms. Trusted by hundreds of enterprises worldwide, Qlik Replicate’s agentless software moves your data easily and efficiently - without impacting the performance of production data systems.
Qlik Replicate’s intuitive graphical interface minimizes the administrative burden by enabling database administrators and enterprise architects to quickly configure, control and monitor data replication without the need for manual coding.
Optimized for all source and targets, Qlik Replicate’s high-performance change data capture (CDC) technology remotely scans transaction logs and rapidly delivers real-time data updates. Data and metadata changes can be streamed across hundreds or thousands of systems – including any major RDBMS, legacy system, data warehouse, data lake or streaming platform – all through one pane of glass.
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