One of the powerful features of AMPS is its ability to replicate messages it
receives to other instances. Replication in AMPS uses the combination of a
transaction log to keep track of incoming messages and a replication transport
to send the messages to downstream targets. This can provide several benefits,
such as fail-over and balancing subscription loads. It can also be used to
replicate data between multiple sites of a company, so that every location can
have local copies of all of the data. This white paper will describe how to set up AMPS version 5.x for this scenario.
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