A technology used in server and network storage. Once data has been written to the primary storage site, new writes to that site can be accepted, without having to wait for the secondary or remote storage site to also finish its writes. The downside to asynchronous replication is the possibility of data loss if the primary site should happen to fail before the data has been written to the secondary site.
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