Gain a deep understanding of Syncplicity orchestration and storage layers.
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Learn about Syncplicity orchestration and storage architecture including network configurations, storage vaults, and on-premise deployments.
The Syncplicity architecture for this file sync and share solution includes three primary components:
- A cloud-based orchestration layer that provides user management, group management, policy enforcement, and metadata operations for sharing files and folders across the enterprise. This is a multitenant, cloud-based service that is common across all Syncplicity customers.
- Compute nodes that provide the termination point where client systems access their files. Compute nodes control where files are stored in Syncplicity and provide the interface between the orchestration layer and the on-premises storage systems. A one-to-one or many-to-one relationship exists between compute nodes and the NFS or object storage system.
- The storage layer, which is the actual NFS or object storage that the compute nodes use to store user and group files. EMC's Isilon and VNX systems provide NFS storage, and Atmos provides object storage.