bidirectional replication


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bidirectional replication

[‚bī·də‚rek·shən·əl ‚rep·lə′kā·shən]
(cell and molecular biology)
A mechanism of replication of deoxyribonucleic acid that involves two replicating forks moving in opposite directions away from the same origin.
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With online banking transactions captured in Microsoft SQL Server, Double-Take Share provides bidirectional replication, sharing the information with back-office batch applications and updating information so customers can see the transactions processed as they happen.
Customers can now reduce their use of primary storage complimented with bidirectional replication and compression.
0, provides cross-platform bidirectional replication to continuously safeguard an organization's critical data over existing networks.
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