ViceVersa is a File Replication and File Mirroring Tool for Windows. ViceVersa is designed to replicate a collection of files or folders from one location (=Source(s)), to another (=Target(s)). During each replication, ViceVersa will only copy files that have changed since last time, saving a considerable amount of time.
Distinctive File Replication Features and Benefits:
- When required, ViceVersa will show changes to Source(s) and Target(s) in a side-by-side, easy to understand display. No more running of jobs blindly.
- The ViceVersa replication process is resilient to failure. If the connection between Source (s) and Target(s) is lost at any point during replication, files will be left in a valid status. We validate this constantly with our "pull-the-plug" test. Your data is 100% protected.
- ViceVersa supports encryption and compression of Source(s) and/or Target(s). A necessary feature when data needs to be moved over the web or replicated remotely. Your data is 100% safe.
- ViceVersa allows users to control the bandwidth and the CPU power to be utilized during replication. ViceVersa silently runs in the background. You will not notice any performance degradation.
- ViceVersa supports file archiving and file versioning. Instead of removing older files from disk, they can be moved to a separate location for a period of time. Your data is 100% protected from accidental deletion.
- Successful file copy can be verified using CRC, which compares files bit-by-bit.
- NTFS file and folder permissions can also be replicated.
- Variable Path Selection inserts variables into the source or target path to create unique replications based on these variables.
- Replication can occur on demand, scheduled, as soon as file changes are detected, at log-on or at log-off.
- Replication can be performed as a Windows Service.
File Replication Common Uses:
- Continuous file backup and file mirroring to a separate location, such as to a network hard disk, a NAS, CD-RW, LAN, another PC, server or storage device.
- Server backup to another server.
- Continuous one-to-one or one-to-many replication of two or more servers to provide load balancing and fail-over. Files need to be the same on each server and when one file is updated, it needs to be pushed to all other servers.
- Distribution of files from a server to workstations / laptops (push).
- Backup of workstations / laptops to a server (pull).
Keywords: File Replication, File Mirroring, Replicate Files, Replicate Folders, Mirror Folders, Mirror Directory