Oracle GoldenGate UA Resources

by Anu Chepuri and Preeti Shukla

So… You want to learn more about Oracle GoldenGate? But, you don’t know where to start? Well! What kind of User Assistance Guy would I be if I couldn’t get you started with Oracle GoldenGate?

I can tell you this! I wouldn’t be very good, and I wouldn’t be a guy. Because, two of Oracle’s resident UA experts on Oracle GoldenGate are Anuradha (Anu) Chepuri and Preeti Shukla. Between the two of them, they’ve forgotten more than I’ve ever known about Oracle GoldenGate, and are well-positioned to help you.

If you are just relying on me, I could tell you to follow this link for a general overview of Oracle GoldenGate. And, I could also tell you to follow this link to the Oracle GoldenGate documentation library. But, these are only the briefest starts.

Anu and Preeti sent me a curated list of content that I am very excited to share. Here’s are their recommendations. (NOTE: They continue to update this list, curating it and adding new materials. Check back often!)

Product Tour:



Blog Posts:

  1. A Simple Guide to Oracle GoldenGate Enterprise Manager Plug-in
  2. Five Cs in Oracle GoldenGate Veridata: Connect, Create Groups, Compare Pairs, Configure Partitions, and Correct Jobs
  3. How to Improve Kafka Handler Performance in Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data
  4. New Route to Discovery in Oracle GoldenGate Enterprise Manager Plug-in
  5. How to Improve FileWriter Handler Performance in Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data
  6. The Magic of Delta Comparison in Oracle GoldenGate Veridata
  7. Download Repair SQL Files in Oracle GoldenGate Veridata
  8. Step by Step Data Replication in Oracle GoldenGate
  9. Create an Oracle GoldenGate administrator user to manage Oracle GoldenGate-specific targets
  10. New User Assistance Enhancements in Oracle GoldenGate for Big Data
  11. Oracle GoldenGate Enterprise Manager Plug-in Product Tour


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These Oracle GoldenGate UA resources could be easily overlooked. Thanks to Anu and Preeti, you now have a handy way to reference them. Be sure to check back. I suspect these curated resources will continue to grow and improve over time. (NOTE: They are and they have.)

If you like this content and would like to send compliments or feedback, you can contact Anu at or Preeti at