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Instance Data Replication release notes

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Instance Data Replication release notes

ServiceNow® Instance Data Replication IDR is a new application in the New York release.

Instance Data Replication copies data updates made on one instance, called the producer, to one or more other instances, called consumers. Data from a producer instance can be replicated into tables of the same name on consumer instances or into entirely different tables. The data can be replicated as is or you can modify the data during replication. IDR does not replicate metadata or many user tables, so do not use it to clone instances.

Instance Data Replication features

Automatic replication of data onto one or more other instances.
Instance Data Replication copies data updates from one instance to one or more other instances.
Transform replication data
By default, data replicates from producer tables to tables of the same name on consumer instances. You can, however, modify the data or replicate it to any table on consumer instances.
Trigger workflows after replications
Replications can trigger rules configured on tables, for example, to generate a notification that the replication is complete, or to validate the replication.
Bi-directional replication
You can replicate updates made directly on consumer instances back to the producer instance.

Activation information

Instance Data Replication requires a separate subscription and activation by ServiceNow personnel.
Note: Instance Data Replication (IDR) is not available for customers that are in Federal Data Centers.

Accessibility information

Instance Data Replication conforms to WCAG.

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