Replication In Azure SQL DB Managed Instances

Tara Kizer looks at transactional replication in Azure SQL Database Managed Instances:

I have a love-hate relationship with replication. Mostly hate due to latency and errors, but it does serve its purpose. Before Availability Groups came out, I used Transactional Replication to copy data from the production OLTP database to another server so that we could offload reports.

Will it work with a Managed Instance?

My relationship is closer to hate-hate-love-hate-hate-love-hate.  Tara also provides some good advice about watching replication latency stats.

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