What is RTO (Recovery Time Objective)?

The targeted duration of time within which the database must be restored to normal after a service disruption. It usually has a conflict interests with RPO. When the primary database fails, one can wait to promote the replica to serve traffic until the replica catches up all changes (longer RTO, but 0 RTO) or promote the replica immediately (shorter RTO, but non-0 RTO).

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