PeerLink® Free Trial Download
15 Days Trial License
Do you want to test PeerLink within your environment? Please read the Server Requirements for PeerLink:
|Windows Server 2008 operating system or later|
|Physical servers are preferred and may be necessary in some cases, but high performance VMs running on enterprise-class hypervisors can usually suffice|
|At least two processor cores|
|At least 4 GB of system RAM with 1 GB dedicated to the Agent service|
|At least 5 GB of free disk sace on a reliable hard drive to accommodate installation and log files|
How to Download a Free Trial
PeerLink can be downloaded for free. The trial version is fully functional with all features included and can be trialed for 15 days. No credit card details are required.
Fill out the form to request a free trial version of PeerLink
You will receive an e-mail with your trial key within 24 hours
Install the PeerLink free trial version by following the instructions or find the installation guide here
If you need help or have any questions please contact our support any time
|5.||Try the PeerLink free trial version for 15 days|
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PeerLink is a proven, high performance multi-site file sharing solution which provides distributed teams with a fast and efficient mechanism to collaborate with shared project files.
An enterprise-class, real-time synchronization engine with distributed file locking provides remote end users with a completely local performance experience. The real-time replication engine ensures that the same data exists on all participating servers regardless of where changes may occur. This is processed without the significant overhead of caching approaches.
Distributed File Locking
Distributed file locking prevents users from accessing files that are currently being worked on by another user at any location, eliminating version conflicts. Only changed parts of a file are moved across the network, significantly minimizing bandwidth requirements. PeerLink uses TCP to better support low bandwidth connections and easy QoS Management on an organizations router. It works well with existing WAN accelerators where they are implemented (not required).
PeerLink is a software only solution which installs on a physical or virtual Windows server and requires no additional storage or changes to the existing infrastructure. It is based on Peer Software’s DFSR+ Technology which is independent from Microsoft’s DFSR but fully supports Microsoft’s DFS namespace for easy resource management and automatic fail-over. Peerlink utilizes an agent based architecture and central management console for single pane of glass management and reporting which enables effortless scalability from a few servers in a region to hundreds of servers around the globe.
Cross Company Collaboration
Organizations often have partnerships and joint ventures with external companies and contractors which creates a requirement for their users to share file data across domains. PeerLink’s software-only approach enables easy and efficient project file sharing across different domains, enabling local file access performance with file locking across the entire project team regardless of location and organization.
End user complaints about slow access to centrally stored files and version conflicts are among the top complaints among decentralized project teams. PeerLink maximizes end user productivity by keeping hot data local, close to the users, their applications and compute resources and ensuring that version conflicts are eliminated with file locking. Even the best WAN infrastructure generally can’t satisfy remote users who need to access centrally stored files which they are using on a daily basis. PeerLinks’s easy software only deployment model on existing infrastructure and support for all major storage vendors completely satisfies the end user requirement for fast performance and data integrity with no disruption to the end user and no data migration required.
Using this help file: This help is designed to be used on-screen. It is cross-linked so that you can find more relevant information to any subject from any location. If you prefer reading printed manuals, a PDF version of the entire help is available here. This may be useful as a reference, but you will probably find that the active hyperlinks, cross-references, and active index make the on-screen electronic version of this document much more useful.