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Replication allows you to do what you need to so PostgreSQL never loses your data and always has it available for you. Extreme high availability starts with replication

EDB Postgres Distributed

EDB Postgres Distributed provides extreme high availability for Postgres databases, providing up to five 9s of availability and flexible deployment options.

  • Also supported by EDB

    Replication Server

    EDB Postgres Replication Server (EPRS) provides a robust data platform that replicates between PostgreSQL databases in single-master or multi-master mode, or from non-PostgreSQL databases to PostgreSQL in single-master mode.

  • PostgreSQL Logical Replication

    Logical replication is a method of replicating data objects and their changes, based upon their replication identity (usually a primary key).

Feature Comparison

EDB Postgres DistributedReplication ServerPostgreSQL Logical Replication
Replicate across major PostgreSQL versions
Asynchronous replication
Synchronous replication
DDL replication
Sequence handling
Conflict-free replicated data types (CRDTs)
Commit at most once
Configurable column-level conflict handling
Customizable column-level conflict handling
Customizable column-level transformation/filtering
Parallel apply
Single decoding worker
Application assessment tooling
Data consistency verification tool
Management GUI
Oracle to/from PostgreSQL
Oracle to/from Postgres Advanced
SQL Server to/from PostgreSQL
SQL Server to/from Postgres Advanced
PostgreSQL to/from Postgres Advanced