- Volumes and files on the source are selected for replication and then target server(s) and path(s) are selected.
- Double-Take compares source and target files and then synchronizes the differences at a block level
- On-going changes to selected files are captured for replication as they occur.
- Changes are transmitted continuously or per user-defined conditions, such as bandwidth limits or start/stop conditions
- Target receives and applies the changes to target volumes
- Target server monitors the source server and can initiate failover automatically or manually
- Failback releases the identity of the source allowing original source to rejoin the network
- The restore function returns current data back to original machine