White paper: a solution for banking/finance

This totally free White Paper discusses secure file transfer regulatory compliance issues for banks and financial institutions, debunks some myths, and explains how to achieve the required levels of security and conformity.

Feel free to download it and use it under the CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license.

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High-Availability (HA) with Syncplify.me Server! v4

Syncplify.me Server! version: 4.0.17+

Version 4.x of Syncplify.me Server! introduced a remarkable amount of new features, and improved some of the existing ones greatly. The latter is the case of high availability deployments, which have been rendered much easier and a lot more powerful.

This article explains one way (not the only possible one) to install and deploy a highly available multi-node Syncplify.me Server! in your network.

First of all, let’s prepare 3 virtual machines:

  • 1 VM for the DB and HTTP/REST server
  • 2 VMs for the SFTP server nodes

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Syncplify.me Server! v4: simplicity and power

Syncplify.me Server! version: 4.0.0+

Designing software for a large customer base is not an easy task. Some users want simplicity, very few and easy “clicks” to get their server up and running, no distractions, not too many things to look at, and that often sacrifices power. Other users (usually Enterprise customers) need to be able to perform complex deployments, integrated into complicated existing environments, they need to be able to configure every single tiny detail of the solution to fit into a much bigger architecture, and all that power often sacrifices simplicity.

When we designed Syncplify.me Server! v4 we have kept all of this in mind, and we have accomplished a design that “adapts” to the user’s needs and desires. In fact, v4 features simplified, wizard-driven configuration for those users who require simplicity, and yet advanced users can plan and execute their deployments down to the tiniest detail by configuring every single aspect, even when the architecture is very complicated. Continue reading