The Syntropy Stack is a collection of tools and libraries to seamlessly create, automate, scale, and optimize encrypted connections between any devices or services running on a cloud, on-premise, or edge location.
Syntropy Stack takes the difficulty of creating secure optimized connections away. It is built for developers to integrate secure connection capability into their applications as well as DevOps teams to fully automate networks for their application deployments. Syntropy Stack allows connecting most Linux-based systems via programmable APIs, SDK, CLI, and YAML configuration files.
Learn more about Syntropy Stack here.
Syntropy Agent is an easy-to-use dependency to automatically encrypt and connect endpoints within a network. Syntropy's user interface allows heightened visibility into network health and connectivity.
Learn more about Syntropy Agent here.
Distributed Autonomous Routing Protocol is Syntropy's proprietary way method of understanding and analyzing Internet's pathways. A DARP node will constantly share latency information which creates a global intelligence layer to find the best possible routes for traffic.
DARP500 allowed regular servers spread around the world to connect to an overlay network with a full mesh topology. The nodes would exchange latency information (aka Pulses) in such a way that every node in the network contained the full latency matrix. Any node could use this global matrix to find the best paths with single or multiple relays. It is a preceded by Next-Gen DARP.
While DARP500 was very effective at measuring inefficiencies in a small to medium size network, to enable all internet resources to be amassed by the protocol we’ve added decentralization and scalability features to the protocol. Combining the fact that full mesh is not required to achieve optimal results in a large network this is how the protocol can be scaled to any number of nodes.
Next-Gen DARP is:
- Decentralized – meaning that there is no single authority in the network;
- Trustless – nodes do not rely on the reported latencies for path discovery;
- Sparse and optimal– nodes establish and maintain connections with only a handful of neighbors that are enough for the protocol to find the best paths.
Learn more about DARP here.
The Syntropy Relay Network is a mesh of relay nodes that form an alternative network by executing the DARP protocol. This self-organization protocol seeks to find the most valuable alternative Internet paths in order to find and route your connection within the most stable and best-performing Internet paths based on route latency, jitter, packet loss, bandwidth capacity, and other variables.
Relay nodes are participants in the Syntropy Relay Network. Clients that connect to the Syntropy Network pay the relay nodes for their data to be routed within the Syntropy Relay Network. Additionally, relay nodes are also incentivized to run even if they are not actively routing data to ensure an extensive and stable network on-demand and stabilize the microeconomy.
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The Syntropy community is a place for all Web3 enthusiasts, developers, and believers alike. Find your community and keep in touch!
- Github - open Syntropy repos in Github
- Docker Hub - Syntropy Docker images
- Terraform - Syntropy Terraform registry