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· 10 min read
Tim Faulkes

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Aerospike is renowned as a very fast, very scalable database capable of storing billions or trillions of records, as well as being able to replicate the data to multipe remote database clusters. Hence, a common question which arises is: "How can I validate that two clusters are in sync?". This used to be a difficult problem, but new API calls in Aerospike v5.6 make this task substantially easier. In this blog we will look at one of these new API calls and use it to develop some code to show how a cluster comparator could be written.

· 15 min read
Neel Phadnis

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Aerospike Database and the client API provide a rich set of capabilities that have evolved over more than a decade through an increasing number of mission critical deployments. This post provides a high level view of the Aerospike architecture and API to give developers a broader understanding of its architecture and capabilities, and help them become more productive and effective. This post also points to resources for further exploration of specific areas.