Synchronous replication writes data to the primary and secondary sites at the same time so that the data remains current between sites. Synchronous replication is more expensive than other forms of replication, introduces latency that slows down the primary application and only works over distances up to 300 km.
Synchronous replication can be contrasted with asynchronous replication, a process where there is a delay before data is copied to a secondary site.
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