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GoAnywhere Earns Multiple Certifications

GoAnywhere strives to meet the quality assurance that satisfies customers and certification partners. To obtain certifications, we vigorously test our secure managed file transfer solution on various enterprise operating systems to certify that our products are compatible with each vendor or provider.

Most recently, we received approval for the VMware Ready certification. It took strategic planning to run enough projects to add a load on the virtual servers running both GoAnywhere Director and GoAnywhere Services [combined and renamed GoAnywhere MFT in 2015], but we prevailed and submitted successful test results to VMware.

We are pleased with our VMware Ready certification and would like to bring attention to the other designations we have earned.

IBM: GoAnywhere Director is tested and certified by the IBM Labs to run on any IBM System with Linux and to run on any Power System (p and i) with AIX, Linux, or i/OS. We are an IBM Advanced Business Partner and actively participate in software beta testing, like the recent i7.1 release.

Red Hat: GoAnywhere Director and GoAnywhere Services perform flawlessly on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 and the upcoming 6.0. As a Red Hat ISV, we've participated in upgrade testing, beta testing and running on the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization.

Microsoft: As a Microsoft Certified Partner we not only have access to the latest technical knowledge for Microsoft products, we have gone through 3rd party testing for our software and have proven that the GoAnywhere Director managed file transfer solution runs flawlessly across the entire current Windows family.

GoAnywhere is ranked highly among its install base for providing exceptional support and continues to test and develop for upcoming Microsoft technologies. GoAnywhere also maintains Professional ISV Partnerships with proven user groups, hardware, and software companies.

Have questions about our various certifications? Contact us!

 

 

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