SyncBlaze On-Premise Architecture: Defined

In the next few weeks, I will be writing about certain engineering aspects of SyncBlaze and the technology behind it. Let’s take a look at the general architecture of SyncBlaze Service Provider (SP) Edition as the first entry. The SP Edition is an on-premise version of SyncBlaze that enables Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Resellers to host the solution in their own environment and manage the data in their datacenter.

It is comprised of three components: Server, Client and Storage.

The SyncBlaze server is the key layer that powers the online file sharing and storage. During an initial file upload or any change in the SyncBlaze directory, a notification will immediately be triggered to the server. The files will be compressed and encrypted at the client end to be uploaded and stored in the server. The File Sync Server will be continuously running to make sure that all the clients are updated with the changes and any missing changes will be downloaded to the respective clients.

Go ahead, download and install the software.

This blog is just a brief overview about the architecture of SyncBlaze, let’s get to know more specifics within the next weeks.

By Sajesh Krishnadas, Business Analyst – Product Management for SyncBlaze, Vembu Technologies. SyncBlaze is a comprehensive file sharing and collaboration solution designed for business users and exclusively offered through Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and Value Added Resellers (VARs).

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  • Nicholas s

    Nice blog! If I shared a file with my colleagues can I find who did the
    modification in the file in the group?

    • Sajesh

      Hey Nicholas, thanks for sharing the information. We are already capturing the file information along with the user details under ‘Version History’, but the user information are not displayed in the web interface. We will make the necessary changes to show the user information and make it available in our next update.

    • Sajesh

      Hey Nicholas, thanks for sharing the information. We are already capturing the file information along with the user details under ‘Version History’, but the user information are not displayed in the web interface. We will make the necessary changes to show the user information and make it available in our next update.