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Getting data when and where you need it can be challenging—and even risky or impossible. Global organizations often run into latency issues trying to replicate data from centralized data centers to remote areas. And, for military operations in particular, replicating data to the field is often problematic because of cybersecurity concerns and technical roadblocks created by adversaries armed with signal jamming equipment.

Flexible Replication

Custom Data Sharing To Remote Locations

Flexible Replication is a powerful and flexible tool to distribute data from a centralized master server to remote edge nodes:

  • Data from remote edge nodes is automatically synchronized to the central database when reconnected
  • No need to worry about security vulnerabilities or disconnected, intermittent, and latent networks
  • The whole process utilizes MarkLogic’s distributed architecture, and maintains all of MarkLogic’s enterprise features including security, high availability, and ACID transactions

Filter and Transform

While using Flexible Replication, you can also manipulate data on the way in or on the way out working with the Content Processing Framework (CPF).

Implementing the CPF

When to Use Flexible Replication Add-On

This option is ideal for organizations with use cases that involve moving and transforming larger amounts of data. Some examples are:

Military Operations

For replicating data to the field where there are issues caused by cybersecurity concerns and technical roadblocks created by adversaries armed with signal jamming equipment

Global Supply Chain Operations

For global organizations that have ships transporting goods overseas, or have ongoing operations in remote areas and need to replicate data to them

Mesh Networks

For complex data sharing scenarios. For example, an organization has a data center in Russia that can receive data from London or New York and will always get an update, but never from both

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