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MySQL to PostgreSQL Migration and Sync

Our feature-rich software assists to migrate or syncronize your data from MySQL to PostgreSQL with just several clicks.

Destination database is presented in tree-like view that significantly facilitates to configure customization settings.

Even if you have no direct access to the MySQL or PostgreSQL server, dump files may be generated to get over server access restrictions.

For recurring synchronization and conversion processes use the Built-in Scheduler.

Our Programs can greatly reduce the time and effort requiring for converting and sync the data from MySQL to PostgreSQL.


MySQL vs. PostgreSQL pros and cons:

Both MySQL and PostgreSQL are the most popular Open Source DBMS offered nowadays. They both grant a great set of features and rich functionality. Excellent end-user support and reliable data management tools are available for MySQL and PostgreSQL.

For web solutions MySQL is easier to use with just about the right functionality. Extra features of PostgreSQL may be confusing and unnecessarily complicated.

On the contrary, PostgreSQL is more suitable for a complex database system. Using of subqueries, unions, triggers and consistent procedures is essential for such databases development. This functionality is hard to write in MySQL.

Actually it is difficult to determine objectively which database is likely to be better suited for a given application. Choosing the right database depends directly on your needs and the features you expect to use.


Moving and replicating data from MySQL to PostgreSQL can’t be easier than using our migration and synchronization solutions. Wizard interface will guide you through several easy steps to perform fast and robust data migration and replication from MySQL to PostgreSQL databases.

Trial versions limitations

Product highlights

  • Views conversion from MySQL to MS SQL and Oracle and back support
  • Saving data into a MySQL Dump and PHP script for export to MySQL database
  • Ability to connect to MySQL Server 4.x/5.x located on Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, Windows machines
  • Speed conversion with Bulk and Quantization features
  • Saving data into a PostgreSQL Dump and PHP script for export to PostgreSQL database
  • Direct access to PostgreSQL server, not through ODBC like other similar converters
  • PostgreSQL schemes support
  • Ability to connect to PostgreSQL 9.x/7.4 located on Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, Window machines
  • Speed conversion with Bulk and Quantization features
  • Also see common features for all DBConvert tools

Requirements

  • Necessary privileges to write into database on the target MySQL server (this requirement is optional as there is an option to overcome the restrictions using dump file or PHP Script)
  • Necessary privileges to write into database on the target PostgreSQL server (this requirement is optional as there is an option to overcome the restrictions using dump file or PHP Script)
MySQL PostgreSQL

Converter from
MySQL to PostgreSQL

  • 19 Apr, 2013
  • Version 4.2.8
ORDER From $ 99 DOWNLOAD-18.8 Mb

Synchronizer between
MySQL and PostgreSQL

  • 7 Aug, 2013
  • Version 3.7.5
ORDER From $ 99 DOWNLOAD - 19.5 Mb

Two-way database migration in one package. Pay once - get both! Find more information about the reverse migration

From PostgreSQL to MySQL

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New Features

  • Improved engine allows converting large databases in 100 times faster.
  • Customizable data filtering.
  • Multi-threading mode is added.
  • SSL technique for encrypted data conversion support.
  • Sync speed improvement. Large databases can be synced in 5-7 min for PostgreSQL and in 3-5 min for MySQL.

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MySQL to PostgreSQL: Benefits

  • 1 - Workaround for firewalls and access rights
  • 2 - Views conversion
  • 3 - Flexible customization for all db elements
  • 4 - Bulk and quantization for speed up of big volume of data processing
  • 5 - Conditional data migration
  • 6 - Full UNICODE architecture support
  • 7 - Optimal data mapping
  • 8 - Verification of potential migration issues
  • 9 - Command line mode & scheduling
  • 10 - Savable sessions