Syntergy, a provider of products for enhancing Microsoft (News - Alert) SharePoint products and technologies, announced its flagship product called Syntergy Replicator for SharePoint at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2011.
The demonstration showed the replication between Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint farms hosted in an on-premise data center and Amazon EC2 servers in Asia and North America. The solution demonstrated the ability to have either a completely distributed cloud solution or a hybrid of on-premise and cloud-based replication.
Syntergy Replicator is a Web-based platform used to synchronize and manage business intelligence in real time across a wide area SharePoint server environment. The solution ensures uninterrupted access to SharePoint content, enhancing employee productivity and efficiency, and improving branch office performance globally.
"Even with the elastic computing the cloud provides, Syntergy is the only vendor to offer failover or replication across the available cloud data centers," said David Seaman, vice president of SharePoint Technologies, Syntergy, in a statement. "With Syntergy Replicator simplifying content transfer into and from the cloud, SharePoint can be available in each local region with a cloud based disaster recovery."
The replication solution for the cloud enables organizations to free themselves from single and self-managed data centers. The hybrid replication solution allows customers to move content to and from the cloud. It can move content from an on-premise server, like SharePoint in-house, to a cloud-based server, such as Microsoft Office 365.
Syntergy is a Microsoft Gold ISV and a member of Microsoft's US ISV High Potential Team. Recently the company announced partnership with Gimmal, a provider of Information Lifecycle Solutions for SharePoint, to provide an enhanced SharePoint solution that better addresses the needs of organizations in the oil and gas industry. Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Tammy Wolf