Deliver static personalized content

The following diagram displays how database replication is managed when you want to deliver static content to another region. This setup is useful when your users do not have to login, submit forms, or update any content.


Supported operations

Supported capabilities Limitations
  • Content synchronization across all regions in few seconds
  • Personalization
  • A/B testing 
  • No user login or registration
  • No form submissions
  • No content updates from users 
  • No dynamic resizes of images
  • No comments

IMPORTANT: The Secondary region is a replication of the Primary region. The Secondary database is read-only, therefore, you cannot edit your website from the Secondary region, including editing content or pages. You can only edit your website in the Primary region, which then will be replicated to the Secondary region(s).


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