Push Replication Pattern - The Coherence Incubator - Oracle Coherence Knowledge Base
This is an example implementation of Push Replication pattern.
The Push Replication Pattern advocates that;
1. Operations (such as insert, update and delete) occurring on Data in one Location should be pushed using one or more Publishers to an associated Device.
2. A Publisher is responsible for optimistically replicating Operations (in the order in which the said Operations originally occurred) on or with the associated Device.
3. If a Device is unavailable for some reason, the Operations to be replicated using the associated Publisher will be queued and executed (in the original order) at a later point in time.