File replication and synchronization topologies

A. A. El Haddi file mirroring software

Wordwide file data replicationEnduraData file replication and synchronization support many configurations, allowing users to solve many problems. The following are some of them:

One-to-one file replication

In this mode, one server replicates data to another server. This can be used for backup and data protection.

Bidirectional file replication and mirroring

In this case, any file changes in one computer are applied to the other peer computer. This is also called file mirroring.

Many-to-one file replication

In this case, many servers synchronize files to one remote server. This is used to back up many servers to another computer. Multiple servers can also be replicated to one or more servers for data protection or to aggregate data, bringing it from multiple sites to a single site.

One to many file replication

One-to-many file sync is used to send data from one location to multiple locations for backup or for data distribution to make data available on many sites.

Mesh data replication

In a mesh, the above configurations can be combined to create replication topologies and solve many challenges businesses and governments face.

EnduraData provides data replication solutions for Windows, Linux, and other UNIX flavors.


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File replication and synchronization topologies was last modified: November 27th, 2023 by A. A. El Haddi

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