What Do You Mean by a “Distributed Database?”

Defining Distributed Databases

Clustering and Distribution

Node Roles, High Availability & Failover Strategies

Data Replication and Sharding

Consistency Levels

Manual Sharding vs. Auto-Sharding

Topology Awareness

Next Steps to Learn More about Distributed Databases

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