SFTP (short for SSH File Transfer Protocol) is a network protocol organizations can use to secure and send file transfers over secure shell (SSH).
GoAnywhere MFT gives you the ability to automate, streamline, and safeguard traditional SFTP data transmissions. Whether your data exchange is with trading partners or other enterprise servers, GoAnywhere can help guarantee the delivery of your SFTP transfers by automatically retrying connections, resuming interrupted file transfers, and performing integrity checks on your transfers.
Using GoAnywhere's SFTP client, you can:
SFTP server connections can be pre-defined in GoAnywhere MFT's Administrator as reusable resources, which can be selected from simple drop-down menus. SFTP Tasks can be placed within GoAnywhere MFT Projects and executed as part of a cohesive process. For instance, a Project could be defined to retrieve records from a database file, convert the records into an XML file, and then put the XML file onto a SFTP server.
When getting or putting files via SFTP, the files selected can be included and excluded using various filter criteria:
Audit trails (logs) are generated for all SFTP transmissions in GoAnywhere MFT to meet auditing and compliance requirements. The level of log detail can be controlled by an administrator on a per-Project basis. This detail can be configured to include all SFTP commands issued, SFTP messages, and file names transferred. Log messages can additionally be sent to a Syslog server using UDP or TCP connections.
A comprehensive Key Manager is provided in GoAnywhere MFT to allow for the management of SSH Keys. This Key Manager can be used to create SSH public and private keys, export keys and view keys. These SSH Keys can be utilized within GoAnywhere MFT for automating SFTP transmissions.
GoAnywhere MFT supports the following standards for SFTP:Protocol
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