AWS Transfer for SFTP is a fully managed service that enables the transfer of files directly into and out of Amazon S3 using the Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)—also known as Secure Shell (SSH) File Transfer Protocol.
WHY ACTIVETRANSFER FOR MFT?
Imagine the simplicity of having a centralized console to easily manage partner files throughout your organization. That’s what you can do with webMethods ActiveTransfer for Managed File Transfer (MFT).
Using this secure, reliable, centrally managed file transfer system, you can:
-Exchange and schedule files of any size—even big data files—up to 25 times faster
-Centrally manage file transfers, set up transfer schedules and configure users
-Move large files quickly over long distances to increase partner response time
-Securely exchange files with partners using the latest security and encryption techniques
-Accelerate large file transfers by boosting performance 10 to 25 times, overcoming network
latency and boosting productivity
-Control transfer speeds and allocate necessary, network bandwidth to partners
-Ensure acceptance of file transfers from approved IP addresses and assigned users
-Schedule and create event-driven transfers
-Trigger file transfers as the events occurs, such as completion of a batch job
AWS Transfer for SFTP is ranked 12th in Managed File Transfer while webMethods ActiveTransfer is ranked 32nd in Managed File Transfer. AWS Transfer for SFTP is rated 0.0, while webMethods ActiveTransfer is rated 0.0. On the other hand, AWS Transfer for SFTP is most compared with IBM Sterling File Gateway, Sterling Commerce Connect:Direct, Aspera On Demand, CA XCOM Data Transport and MOVEit, whereas webMethods ActiveTransfer is most compared with WingFTP Managed File Transfer.
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