Efficient Data Replication Strategies for Large-Scale Distributed Databases


  • Jatin Vaghela Author


Large-scale Distributed Databases, Data Replication, Synchronous Replication, Asynchronous Replication, Hybrid Replication Strategies.


Large-scale distributed databases are essential for supporting modern applications that demand high availability, fault tolerance, and scalability. Efficient data replication plays a crucial role in ensuring the performance and reliability of these databases. This abstract explores various data replication strategies designed to optimize the storage, retrieval, and consistency of data in large-scale distributed databases. The primary objective of data replication is to enhance data availability and fault tolerance by maintaining multiple copies of data across different nodes or clusters. However, achieving efficient replication involves addressing challenges such as network latency, synchronization overhead, and maintaining consistency among replicas. This abstract delves into several advanced strategies to mitigate these challenges and improve the overall performance of distributed databases. The first section of the abstract examines synchronous replication techniques, where data is replicated in real-time across multiple nodes. While providing strong consistency guarantees, synchronous replication often introduces latency due to the necessity of waiting for acknowledgments from all replicas. The abstract discusses optimizations and trade-offs associated with synchronous replication, aiming to strike a balance between consistency and performance.




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Efficient Data Replication Strategies for Large-Scale Distributed Databases. (2023). International Journal of Business Management and Visuals, ISSN: 3006-2705, 6(2), 9-15. https://ijbmv.com/index.php/home/article/view/62

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