SanIndus has developed also a special master/slave Data Distribution design. The Master/Slaves based technology is similar to the one Google, YouTube and Flickr use, but Google, YouTube and Flickr use the Google File System which is also based on a master/slaves configuration and has long synchronizing cycles, our data distribution technology is enhanced and has a very short synchronizing cycle facility, serving almost actual file integrity. Designed for data distribution of very voluminous frequent asked static data files with lower data actuality needs. The Distribution Version can serve large amounts of files like PDF’s, e-books, programs, images/photo’s, learning templates and MP3/4 can be feed without delaying corporate live data streams. SanIndus her standard GFS2 technology has of course no master/slave data approach (because that would not give live data consistency/integrity), but has a full consistent/integer live data approach. Organizations with huge loads of static data distribution protects their live corporate data streams by installing a data distribution version.