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Transactor can synchronize transactions between multiple redundant databases that run on different computers, possibly spread across the world and connected by the Internet.
Transactor allows an application designer to build a redundant distributed application that will survive failure of single nodes and allows replacement and recovery of failed nodes while in full operation. Nodes can be switched off and on while the cluster database continues to work.
While many distributed databases require close coupling between the nodes of the cluster, which can typically only be achieved by a common subnet that is geographically limited to close distances, Transactor has less severe timing constraints and allows for the regular operation of a distributed database with nodes spread all over the Internet, possibly only reachable by slow connections.
Please see our Transactor Product Description page, or feel free to contact the developers at email@example.com for more information.