In April we released SymmetricDS Pro. This product shares the exact same core engine as the open source version of the product. It has all of the stability, scalability and feature set that has been proven in the industry time and time again over the last 3 years. The professional version adds a new web based graphical user interface that can be used to configure, manage and monitor you SymmetricDS solution. We think you will find it a great addition to the open source product. We recently recorded a couple of SymmetricDS Pro screencasts so you can get a look at SymmetricDS Pro's capabilities.


We've also been working on SymmetricDS 3.0 including a new light weight client that will be the basis for all of our mobile based development. That's right, SymmetricDS will be coming to your mobile device soon. We're currently working on the basis for Android and Apple devices.


Last but not least, we've been looking at some NoSQL dialect possibilities as well. We've been focused on Cassandra. We'll keep you up to date on this capability in future posts.


In addition to all of the Research and Development work, we've also been very busy helping clients implement solutions with SymmetricDS. Look for some interesting new case studies soon!


Most of all, we want to thank you for your continued interest and support of SymmetricDS. We've only scratched the surface, and know many opportunities exist. Please drop us a line and let us know what you are doing with the product and how we can help.


Greg Wilmer
Author: Greg Wilmer

Greg has over 25 years experience in Information Technology spanning roles from developer to architect to VP and CIO.  He has designed and implemented products and systems for small shops, to Fortune 500 companies across many vertical markets including Retail, Health Care, Oil and Gas, Aerospace and many more.  His software experience spans signal processor work for AWACS planes to large scale integration projects for global enterprises.  He holds a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science from the Ohio State University and a Masters Degree in Engineering from MIT focusing on product design and development.