Replication Compression

AMPS provides the ability to compress the replication connection. In typical use, using replication compression can greatly reduce the bandwidth required between AMPS instances.

The precise amount of compression that AMPS can achieve depends on the content of the replicated messages. Compression is configured at the replication source, and does not need to be enabled in the transport configuration at the instance receiving the replicated messages.

For AMPS instances that are receiving replicated messages, no additional configuration is necessary. AMPS automatically recognizes when an incoming replication connection uses compression.

See the Replication section in the AMPS Configuration Guide for enabling compression and choosing a compression algorithm.

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