CINCINNATI, OH -- (Marketwire) -- 11/05/12 -- Ilesfay Technology Group today announces the launch of ZoneSync on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace.
ZoneSync is designed to provide data replication between AWS Cloud regions, zones, and even other clouds. ZoneSync is a full-featured replication system with dashboards, control panels, alerts, retry logic, and automatic diagnostics. This comprehensive functionality ensures both ease of use and data replication reliability. Designed with the user experience as the highest priority, ZoneSync allows users to be up and running with a full replication scheme in just a few clicks on the AWS Marketplace.
In addition, ZoneSync deploys Ilesfay's patented MatchMaking® technologies to greatly accelerate data delivery speed and proportionally reduce bandwidth demands. MatchMaking® revolutionizes replication and transfer through its patented ability to find matches in similar types of data from unrelated data sets. Depending on the type of data, MatchMaking, combined with Ilesfay's compression and multi-threaded transfer techniques, typically improves performance by 10 to 30 times. MatchMaking enables ZoneSync to greatly improve data availability and application performance as well as reduce replication costs.
AWS Marketplace is an online store that makes it easy for customers to find and immediately start using the software and services from third-party vendors that run on the AWS Cloud that enable these customers need to build products and run their businesses.
Ilesfay Technology Group offers cloud-based tools and services to improve global data replication. Ilesfay utilizes its patented MatchMaking differencing techniques to dramatically reduce bandwidth requirements and increase replication speed. In addition, Ilesfay offers a PointToCloud architecture for a variety of applications, which cost-effectively provides parallel multi-site data distribution services.
For more information or to schedule a demonstration of Ilesfay Replication, please visit www.ilesfay.com or call 1-800-733-6815.
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