Accelerate Data Acquisition
FACT speeds unloads up to 7x with parallel query technology. Performance scales linearly in volume, allowing you to extract billions of rows in minutes.Learn more
Data Ready for Everyone
FACT produces flat files that any application can use. Plug into and feed ETL operations and offline reorgs, archive your data, migrate your databases, and more.Learn more
FACT Use Cases
"We have used FACT for almost 10 years to speed Oracle table unloads. We tried multiple alternatives and nothing could beat FACT\'s extraction speed."
Faster Data Movement
"FACT helps us move data between massive DB sources and targets efficiently. We see FACT as an integral performance piece of our data warehousing operations."
The Big E in ETL
"FACT is an essential component of our banking application because it, along with CoSort, runs faster and cheaper than any legacy ETL technology can."
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Speed Multiple Databases and Applications
Fast Extract Tables from:
- DB2 UDB
- SQL Server
FACT is Critical for:
- Data Archive
- Data Migration
- Data Protection
- Data Replication
- DW ETL
- DW ELT
- Offline Reorgs
- Offline Reporting
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- Are you a data warehouse ETL / ELT architect, or DBA needing faster extraction?
- Do you experience unload, query, or load bottlenecks with large transaction tables?
- Are you responsible for DB archive, replication, migration, or subsetting operations?
- Upgrading or leaving Oracle, DB2, Sybase, MySQL, SQL Server, Altibase, or Tibero?
- Noticing slower query response times from unordered rows or fragmented table space?