Rsync Alternative: Resilio Connect

rsync alternative: Resilio connect

Rsync is one of the most well-known tools for synchronizing and sending data over the network. It was the very first tool that combined file synchronization with delta encoding and compression. Resilio Connect takes it to the next level.

Real-Time Synchronization

How to implement a scalable real-time synchronization solution for any file, folder or app size, over any network infrastructure, if you can’t – or won’t – use the cloud. Introduction As the world becomes more distributed, the workflow between teams is increasingly complex. A common scenario is of several teams working from different locations, that […]

A DFSR Alternative: Fast & Resilient P2P File Replication with Connect

What is DFSR? DFSR (sometimes written DFS-R), or distributed file system replication, is a feature of Windows Server for replicating files across several servers. Microsoft introduced this feature in Windows NT4.0 as an add-on, and it became a standard feature in Windows 2000 server and on. Basically, it was an attempt by Microsoft to solve […]

A Robocopy Alternative, Resilio Connect

What is Robocopy? Robocopy (Robust File Copy) is an MS DOS command-line tool for copying files, folders or drives for Windows OS. It is an upgraded version of xcopy and copy commands in Windows. Robocopy vs. Rsync Robocopy is included into MS Windows operating system as a default package for all versions starting from Vista. […]

A GoodSync Alternative: Resilio Connect

Introduce P2P speed and flexibility into your file backup and synchronization jobs What is GoodSync? GoodSync is a well-known backup and folder synchronization tool that is built on a standard client-server architecture. It does a solid job of transferring data and synchronizing files between two computers. GoodSync, and programs similar to GoodSync, handles two major […]

What’s the difference between peer to peer and client server?

p2p vs client server

In this blog post, we will look into client-server architecture, compare it to peer-to-peer, and find out exactly when client-server is better than P2P. For those of you who aren’t willing to spend few minutes reading through the article, I’ll give an immediate answer – peer-to-peer is always better than client-server. The client-server architecture is […]