Introducing Repustate Sync for distributed deployment

Keeping your Repustate data in sync used to be a pain point – not anymore.

Since we launched the Repustate Server nearly three years ago, the biggest complaint has always been keeping the Servers in-sync across the entire cluster. While previously we had resorted to using databases to keep all data synced up, it placed too much of a burden on our customers. Today, that burden is lifted and Repustate Sync just works.

Distributed deployments with Repustate are now easier than ever with Repustate Sync. All your customized rules and filters are automatically available on all your servers.

To get the latest version of Repustate, which contains Repustate Sync, head on over to your account and download the newest Repustate version.

What’s great about Repustate Sync is it works even if one of your peer nodes goes down and then comes back up online. Each Repustate Sync instance stores a queue of transactions that were not synced properly, so whenever peers are brought back online, everyone is brought up to date immediately.

The only configuration that is needed is the IP addresses and ports that each peer in your Repustate cluster is running on.

For more information about the Repustate Server or Repustate Sync, head on over to the Repustate Server documentation area.