New FRP Functionality: Web Services

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You may be using FRP to backup data to a second server, save important business data to another site, distribute data to remote offices, collect business data from multiple sources – any job that involves moving data.

FRP is a super “data mover”.  Not only is it very fast and resilient when moving data across a network, it is also very efficient and supports smart modes of data transfer, copying only what is necessary.  FRP can mirror directories rather than just copy files.  For large files which may be similar, FRP will use bit level algorithms to transfer only the deltas.  It will zip on the fly, it will recover from network errors, it can copy open files – wouldn’t you want to have this power at your fingertips whenever you need to move data?

No matter where you are?

This is what we are setting out to do – we’re going to make FRP’s data moving capabilities available to you in multiple ways.  So, in addition to the standard FRP interface, where you define data transfer jobs via the Management Server, we are planning to expose FRP’s capabilities as web services with two simpler interfaces: command line and HTTP.

So, from any desktop or server, you will be able to either run the FRPCLI utility or send HTTP commands (as simple URLs) to accomplish a range of tasks:

Immediately run an FRP copy/move/mirror operation between two FRP servers
Create and schedule an FRP job from the command line
Modify existing jobs
Activate and execute previously created jobs.
Add servers to or remove servers from the FRP network configuration
Import and export jobs and servers in XML format.

We believe that the combination of execution power and simplicity of use will make FRP an indispensable part of your network data management toolset.

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