Just a question around the durability of data within Camunda. We’re looking to setup a clustered environment, and we’d rather not setup a complicated master-master replicated database cluster in the early phases of this project.
Does Camunda have any guards against database unavailability? If we have a master-slave replicated database setup, and the master dies - does Camunda buffer all process-related writes? History is not as important to us right now. I’d imagine the answer would be “no” but I figured it was worth a try.