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Replication is the process of creating and managing duplicate versions of a database, which provides redundancy and increases availability of data. In MongoDB, a replica set is a group of mongoDB instances that host the same data set.
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1. Replication Concept
2. Replica Set Tutorials
3. Replication Reference
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