Automate Database Replication with Navicat Premium 12 January 9, by Robert Gravelle Unlike synchronization, which is a one-time process that brings the schema and data of two databases in sync, replication is a process that continuously automatically reproduces data between two databases although schema updates are also possible. Replication may either be done asynchronously, so that a permanent connection between the two databases is not required, or during non-peak hours, when there is little traffic on the database server, for instance, during the late-night hours. In either case the result is a distributed database in which users can access data relevant to their tasks without interfering with the work of others. The implementation of database replication for the purpose of eliminating data ambiguity or inconsistency among users is known as normalization. In the Database Synchronization Strategies whitepaper, we explored some strategies for synchronizing two databases that are of the same and of dissimilar type, using the Navicat Premium Database Management System.
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