Oracle to MySQL Migration and Sync

The aim of our converters and sync tools is to provide smooth and quick data migration and replication from Oracle to MySQL with no SQL knowledge. Our tests show it takes 3-4 minutes to convert 1 million records in Oracle to MySQL direction. Large volumes of data are also can be processed using our migration software. For example, you can transfer 10 Million records in 35 minutes.

Both MySQL and Oracle have their own feature set aimed for different target audiences. It is impossible to say that MySQL or Oracle is better than the other and compare them, as they are two different types of products.

Oracle is intended primarily for Big Enterprise business applications. It offers a bunch of features and functionality. Oracle is suited for doing a complex job in a large environment.

MySQL is used commonly for web, small and medium data warehouses, gaming industry. It surpasses Oracle when high-speed reads are required. Startup companies use MySQL, as it is simple and may be used a lower cost. MySQL has not so many features as Oracle but they may be excessive for small and medium projects.

If you need to move or sync the whole database from Oracle to MySQL in heterogeneous environment, let our software to be your assistant. Partial dataset of Oracle DB may be transferred or replicated to MySQL if you need.

Software maps data types between Oracle and MySQL automatically or you can do that manually.

Trigger-based database sync and three sync types are available for Oracle to MySQL synchronizer. Synchronization features helps to keep your databases fresh and up-to-date. Moreover, the sync tool gives a notice about possible synchronization errors in advance before starting the actual replication.

Built-in Scheduler and command line mode help to launch the conversion and synchronization jobs in automatic mode using predefined parameters.

Product highlights

  • Oracle Server version 10.0 and higher support
  • ODBC Oracle and Oracle client are not required
  • Views conversion from Oracle to MS SQL and MySQL and back support
  • Oracle 10.x.x. / Oracle XE (Express Edition) located on Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X, Windows machines
  • Saving data into an Oracle Dump for export to Oracle database
  • 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
  • Also see common features for all DBConvert tools


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

Converter from
Oracle to MySQL

  • 9 Oct, 2013
  • Version 2.0.8
ORDER From $ 149 DOWNLOAD 82.98 Mb

Synchronizer between
Oracle and MySQL

  • 15 Apr, 2014
  • Version 1.6.2
ORDER From $ 149 DOWNLOAD 81.97 Mb

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

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New Features

  • Stable conversion/synchronization speed for large databases is significantly boosted. Now in times faster.
  • Views conversion from Oracle to MySQL and vice versa added.
  • Variable quantization step added.
  • Bidirectional synchronization for Oracle and MySQL added
  • Trigger-based synchronization method between Oracle and MySQL added.


Oracle to MySQL: 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