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Bi-directional and Multi-site B2B date replication

Source:BtoB B2B(2010-12-19)Categories:[B2B News] Keyword: B2B

In bi-directional B2B date replication architecture, B2B date replication processes run on two or more B2B date sources with each replicating B2B date to one another. One of these B2B date sources may even be a primary site. In this model, the B2B date that is being replicated from one site to another can be the same (all sites maintain master copy of the same B2B date) or different (all sites maintain master copy of different B2B date segments). Sites that contain a subset of the B2B date are also known as snapshot sites.

Multi-site B2B date replication architecture involves two or more B2B date sources, with each B2B date source replicating the exact same B2B date to one another. This is a special type of bi-directional B2B date replication, which involves dealing with the same B2B date. This architecture takes the maximum resources and involves the highest risk of B2B date corruption among all the B2B date replication architectures.

Replication allows for maintaining the same copy of B2B date in multiple physical servers, thereby providing multiple B2B date access points. Thus, if the local server is unavailable, users can always point to the remote server and continue with their work.

Furthermore, replication is very useful in the B2B scenario, as applications of each company can point to their own internal B2B datebase, rather than connecting to remote B2B datebases and accessing the B2B date over the Internet. This will make the applications fast and minimize the network traffic. However, the timeliness of the B2B date is an issue, as the replication for B2B B2B date sources is usually done on a schedule basis and not on an event basis.

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