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Transfer data to and from Oracle

Quest Data Connector for Oracle and Hadoop is a freeware plug-in to Cloudera’s Distribution including Apache Hadoop that allows for fast and scalable data transfer between Hadoop and Oracle.

Oracle Quest Connectors 1.6

Oracle Quest Connector details

  • Transfer data to and from Oracle up to 5 times faster than Sqoop alone.
  • Can easily transfer data to and from Oracle that has no primary key or was not stored in primary key order.
  • Reduces overhead on the Oracle instance
    • Upwards of 80% reduction in CPU consumption.
    • Up to 95% reduction in IO time.
    • Allows other Oracle workloads to simultaneously run seamlessly without disruption.

Please Note: OraOop has been included in CDH starting with version 5.3. If you're running this or later version, you do not need to download and manually install OraOop. It will be available automatically and invoked if you transfer data between CDH and Oracle with using parameter --direct.


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