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| '''1.''' Database [[Replication]] is to make copies of database for [[backup]], performance, reliability, or preservation.  
 
| '''1.''' Database [[Replication]] is to make copies of database for [[backup]], performance, reliability, or preservation.  
  
Related Terms: [[Replication]], [[Data Protection/Recovery Strategy - Category]], [[DRaaS]]
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'''2.''' The partial or full duplication of data from a source database to one or more destination databases. Replication may use any of a number of methodologies including [[mirroring]] or shadowing, and may be performed [[synchronous]], [[asynchronous]], or point-in-time depending on the technologies used, recovery point requirements, distance and connectivity to the source database, etc. Replication can if performed remotely, function as a [[backup]] for [[Disaster|disasters]] and other major outages. (Similar Terms: File Shadowing, [[Disk Mirroring]])
 
'''2.''' The partial or full duplication of data from a source database to one or more destination databases. Replication may use any of a number of methodologies including [[mirroring]] or shadowing, and may be performed [[synchronous]], [[asynchronous]], or point-in-time depending on the technologies used, recovery point requirements, distance and connectivity to the source database, etc. Replication can if performed remotely, function as a [[backup]] for [[Disaster|disasters]] and other major outages. (Similar Terms: File Shadowing, [[Disk Mirroring]])
 
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('''Source:''' Disaster Recovery Institute International / Disaster Recovery Journal - DRII/DRJ)
 
('''Source:''' Disaster Recovery Institute International / Disaster Recovery Journal - DRII/DRJ)

Revision as of 03:07, 27 October 2020

1. Database Replication is to make copies of database for backup, performance, reliability, or preservation.

Related Terms: Replication, Data Protection/Recovery Strategy - Category, DRaaS




BCMBoK Competency Level
BCMBoK 4: Business Continuity Strategy CL 3D: Advanced (DR)

(Source: Business Continuity Management Institute - BCM Institute)







2. The partial or full duplication of data from a source database to one or more destination databases. Replication may use any of a number of methodologies including mirroring or shadowing, and may be performed synchronous, asynchronous, or point-in-time depending on the technologies used, recovery point requirements, distance and connectivity to the source database, etc. Replication can if performed remotely, function as a backup for disasters and other major outages. (Similar Terms: File Shadowing, Disk Mirroring)

(Source: Disaster Recovery Institute International / Disaster Recovery Journal - DRII/DRJ)