How to have global conflict-free replicated data types with low latency

Low Latency with Conflict-Free Replicated Data Types

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Global conflict-free replicated databases (CRDBs) are made up of local databases in each participating clusters called “member CRDBs.”

These global CRDBs establish a bidirectional replication between the member CRDBs, which can enable global businesses to store and share data across regions.

Explore how you can use this technology with:

  • Low latency
  • Data syncs
  • Uninterrupted availability in multiple regions
Vendor:
Redislabs
Posted:
17 Apr 2018
Published:
17 Apr 2018
Format:
PDF
Length:
6 Page(s)
Type:
Resource
Language:
English
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