Progress has announced its new solution MOVEit Cloud Dedicated. This is a cloud-based managed file transfer (MFT) solution, where all hardware and software are assigned to a single customer. The solution maximizes performance, availability and speed.
Progress is a supplier of platforms for application development and digital experience technologies. The company has had the MOVEit Cloud for several years, which is the MOVEit Transfer MFT SaaS offer. It allows multiple customers to securely move files through a cloud-based multitenant environment.
The new MOVEit Cloud Dedicated extends the options of this solution. The solution has been specially developed for customers who need their own secure file transfer environment.
This gives customers an exclusive cloud hosted environment with the best performance and predictability for business-critical file transfer processes. The environment is also easy to integrate with supported antivirus or data loss prevention tools.
John Ainsworth, senior vice president of Core Products at Progress, said the company is responding to the needs of its customers. “We offer our customers additional flexibility to work with antivirus and data loss prevention programs of their choice, combined with the benefit of expertly managed MOVEit Automation and MOVEit Transfer in the cloud, offering a new level of value for the business-critical file transfer to our customers.
The MOVEit Cloud also offers security, centralized access control, encryption and monitoring of transfer activities. These functions are now also available in MOVEit Cloud Dedicated.
The functions make it possible to transfer files without having to purchase, configure or maintain MOVEit, its servers and disaster recovery systems.
In addition, the MOVEit Automation SaaS solution has been made available via MOVEit Cloud Dedicated. This solution offers advanced possibilities to automate workflows, without the need for scripting. This reduces the risk of errors in repetitive processes and orchestrates their execution.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.