Migration of Oracle DB (on-premise) to AWS redshift DB (Cloud)

A.V.R.L Anji Prasad, Nagaratna P. Hegde


“Migration of Oracle Db (On-permise) to AWS redshift DB (Cloud)” is one of the solution for Database Freedom Service initiated by AWS focused on accelerating enterprise migrations from commercial database engines (Oracle, SQL Server, Teradata etc.) to AWS native database services like Amazon Redshift, Amazon Aurora, Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon ElastiCache, their by saving overall cost spent by business in terms of database licenses.

The main objective of this project is to Assess and identify the challenges in migrating Oracle database to AWS redshift DB. Provide, implement and test the solution to overcome the challenges.


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