Mirror File Structure

Use case

We have developed an extended functionality of the standard file transfer – the Mirror File Structure (MFS).

The directory structure on one network can be mirrored 1:1 on another network in read only mode. This mirroring includes that all changes on the master network like changing file structure, adding or deleting folders, adding-, changing-, or deleting files will be mirrored – and only the change is mirrored!

The MFS is an eminent tool if you have complex structured information on the low side which should be available on the high side. This includes software repositories (Linux), WSUS or simply large directory structures containing multiple documents or reports.