Data Replication

How safe would your data be in the event of a disaster? Are you sure your data is safe even after a disaster? Are you prepared for the same? There are so many questions we come across our day to day business.

You would all agree that anything can happen anytime – there can be a natural disaster or a man-made one. Your data is critical to your business. Hence, it is crucial to secure it from any unexpected accidents and protect information from these unanticipated situations. But how can you do this?

Well, one way to do this is to secure data by adopting the data replication process. Let us see how data replication will secure your data without affecting your day-to-day operations.

Data Replication

This is a technique, which backs up your data continually and helps you manage disaster recovery while ensuring a high level of business continuity. It synchronizes the data and enables you to manage data growth efficiently up-to-the-minute. It also increases your revenue while supporting data integrity and availability, which are very crucial for your success.

How does data replication help your business?

Data Consistency

Data replication brings the data closer to individuals or groups, which helps reducing conflicts due to multiple user data modifications. As the data is distributed throughout the network, you can classify the data based on the different business unit needs.

Improve Reliability and Availability

With data replication, we have multiple copies of the data at different locations. Hence, it ensures that the vital data is available even after the event of a disaster or any hardware failure.

Enhance Business Performance

Data replication detects and reacts to a business event in real-time and enhance business performance and also improves transactional systems.

Maximize Business Results

For big data analytic projects and mobile apps, up-to-the-minute data is critical for the success. Data replication will help maximize your business results by synchronizing the data up-to-the-minute.

Ensure Mission-critical Operations

Projects like master data management, analytical data marts, data warehouses and mainframe environments can leverage data synchronization to ensure mission-critical operations with up to date information.

Zero Downtime for Upgrades and Migrations

With real-time data production, you can perform server and system upgrades while testing new applications.

Optimize Resource Utilization

Data replication eliminates massive batch movements by optimizing resource utilization with less impact on source systems. With right time update, it will help reduce data latency.

Vmoksha understands that data replication is a critical part of an infrastructure; we work with our clients and implement data replication to access critical data when they need it most. Our data replication services will help clients to avoid risks and manage their businesses running during planned and unplanned outages.

About Surya Baby

Surya baby works at Vmoksha Technologies as a Digital Marketing Executive. She is passionate about exploring Digital marketing trends. Apart from work, she likes listening music and sketching.

2 comments on “Data Replication

  1. Indraneel

    How many databases in different locations can be replicated to a single database? Does this replication need any monitoring mechanism and human intervention to correct replication issues? What are different challenges in replication? I have a use case where 80-90 locations need to be replicated to a single location, is it practically implementable? Most probably database will be SQL Server. Does it require any specialized tools for successful replication? How do we compare centralized hosting of web application and be used all over these many locations?

  2. Shrestha Tripathi

    Data replication is as necessary as Data Security..Great technique one should get holds of as it makes the process faster and reliable.

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