Neo4j’s High Availability enables a torrent of data flowing to clients by replicating the graph across a synchronized cluster of servers. The logical cluster can operate within a single data center, or be spread out across the globe. No problem.
Well, though you may be concerned about data crossing the public internets. One solution is to use a VPN. In this great how-to blog post, John Russell walks you through his experience trying that out. 
Read more at his blog, and let us know if you give it a try. 



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Ziad says:

How about multi Datacenter support? Do you support Master/Master replication between clusters?
We have a use case where at a given time we’d like to flow traffic on both datacenters and keep both clusters in-sync.

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