Hazelcast Enterprise Feature
Allow individual members and whole clusters to recover data by persisting map entries, JCache data, and streaming job snapshots on disk. Members can use persisted data to recover from a planned shutdown (including rolling upgrades), a sudden cluster-wide crash, or a single member failure.
Data in Hazelcast is usually stored in-memory (RAM) so that it’s faster to access. However, data in RAM is volatile, meaning that when one or more members shut down, their data is lost. When you persist data on disk, members can load it upon a restart and continue to operate as usual.
Clusters can use persisted data to recover from the following scenarios:
Planned cluster-wide shutdown: A whole cluster is shut down and restarted with the same configuration, state, and data as before the restart.
Rolling restart: The cluster is restarted member by member for scenarios such as installing an operating system patch or new hardware. Rolling upgrades are an example of a rolling restart.
Unplanned cluster-wide crash: A cluster is restarted after all its members crashed at the same time due an event such as a power outage.
A single member restart: A single member is restarted for whatever reason.
When a whole cluster crashes while repartitioning, currently it is not possible to restore persisted data.
Follow the quickstart to get started with a basic setup.