Data Storage Cloud Disk
We're really happy, because three years ago, when Yandex started. Disk, we wanted to synchronize not only computer files, but any data between all human devices. Our digital life is not just files, but also points on maps, routes, browser mortgages, computer game records, and many other things.
It's been over two years. Brauser works for the synchronization technology of Y.Diska. In the near future, other major Yandex services will begin to combine their platforms on DataSync. Underneath the cat, more details about how it works, what it needs, and examples that can be seen and tried how it works.
A web server has once become the basic infrastructure element of the Internet, without which it is now impossible to imagine the existence of a world network. Times have changed, and we are confident that the cloud-based self-synchronizing database will be no less important part of the modern multiplier Internet.
The user used to have one device and only one way to interact with the Internet service was to go to the site. And it was easy for the developer. Baza-Cod-Web-interfeis. There was a database in the subsoil of the site where the developer kept the data he needed, and where it was taken from, displayed on one user device, or more specifically, in his computer browser.
However, times have changed significantly, and now a man has many devices and one service can be provided with a set of applications. It's complicated the worker's life. He's got more interfaiths, bases, logistics and even programming languages. But the worst part is data. Some devices have local copies of the data that live on the server and other devices and all need to be synchronized. This is not an easy task: conflict, data loss, communication loss, normal speed of operation on all devices, and many others.
It is clear that if the developer meets from zero the task of synchronizing the applications and data storagehe's probably gonna forget what he was going to do in the first place, or he's not gonna get there soon enough.