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Why You Need Distributed Cloud Databases

A distributed cloud database is a database in which operational data is spread across different physical locations—for example, across different data centers, across hybrid clouds (such as private and/or public clouds), different public cloud regions of a public cloud, or even different public clouds.

A cloud database may be a native service within a public cloud provider, or it may be a database from a cloud agnostic software vendor, designed for cloud architectures and requirements.

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