SFTPPlus Features and Product Tour

SFTPPlus MFT provides two components, the MFT Client and the MFT Server. The components can run independently and as one, or integrate easily with your existing infrastructure for file transfers.

SFTPPlus MFT Client Key Features

Managed Transfers

Managed Transfers

  • Triggered and event-based transfers
  • Scheduled transfers
  • Events
  • Pre- and post-processing
  • External calls to arbitrary programs
Automation

Automation

  • Local and remote files monitor
  • Configurable actions based on triggers
  • Configurable actions upon retries
  • Configurable alerts
  • Encryption and decryption
  • Text file configuration and non-interactive deployments
User Friendly

User Friendly

  • Web administration interface
  • Flexible service-based control panel
  • Web interface for logging and audit trail

SFTPPlus MFT Server Key Features

Modular Server

Modular Server

  • Configurable protocol-based services
  • Web-based administration panel
  • Web key management interface
  • DMZ and user locking
  • Configurable external program calls
User Friendly

User Friendly

  • Web-based folder browsing and file downloads
  • HTTP(S) API for pragmatic file management
  • Actions and triggers for all protocols

SFTPPlus Key Features

Along with the key features our MFT Client and the MFT Server, both components include the following functionality.

Multiple Operating Systems

Multiple Operating Systems

  • Windows
  • Linux Red Hat, SUSE, Ubuntu, Raspbian, etc.
  • Mac OS X
  • AIX
  • Solaris
  • HP-UX Unix
  • Docker and Containers ready
  • Cloud ready
Multiple Protocols

Multiple Protocols

  • FTP
  • Explicit FTPS / FTPES (over TLS)
  • Implicit FTPS / FTPIS (over SSL)
  • SFTP (over SSH version 2)
  • SCP (over SSH version 2) Only MFT Server
  • HTTP Only MFT Server
  • HTTPS Only MFT Server
  • WebDAV (over HTTPS) Only MFT Client
  • We are open to integrating new protocols

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Secure and Extendable

Secure and Extendable

  • FIPS 140-2 ready
  • HIPAA/HITECH ready
  • ISO27001 ready
  • GPG 13 ready
  • Bespoken versions
  • Public API Only MFT Server
  • Software Development Kit (SDK)

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Extensive Documentation

Extensive Documentation

  • Technical documentation for every version
  • End-user guides with screenshots
  • Configuration examples

Browse our documentation.

Human Support

Support and Quality Assurance

  • Human assistance
  • Free assistance during trial
  • Thousands of automated tests
  • Critical and security fixes are part of the Standard Support
  • Long-term software support
  • Consultancy and training services

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Authentication, Audit, and Logging

Authentication, Audit and Logging

  • Structured logging inside a detailed audit trail
  • MySQL, SQLite, Syslog and EventLog persistent logging
  • Application level authentication
  • LDAP and Active Directory authentication
  • HTTP(S) authentication

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Product tour with screen captures

The Local Manager indicates the state of a service, transfer, authentication method, event handler or resource. If there are issues that have risen in an attempt to start these, the Local Manager can also provide details. The Local Manager indicates the state of a service, transfer, authentication method, event handler or resource. If there are issues that have risen in an attempt to start these, the Local Manager can also provide details.

Event handlers are triggered by server events, and each event handler performs a specific action. Event handlers are triggered by server events, and each event handler performs a specific action.

Create new transfer rules to automate your file transfer operations. Create new transfer rules to automate your file transfer operations.

The Local Manager indicates the state of a service, transfer, authentication method, event handler or resource. If there are issues that have risen in an attempt to start these, the Local Manager can also provide details. The Local Manager indicates the state of a service, transfer, authentication method, event handler or resource. If there are issues that have risen in an attempt to start these, the Local Manager can also provide details.

While operating, SFTPPlus will emit a set of events. Each event has a unique ID and defines a specific operation carried out by the server. The extensive audit trail is collated for system administration purposes such as monitoring activities.  The trail will also help in meeting compliance requirements that involve logging of system activities. While operating, SFTPPlus will emit a set of events. Each event has a unique ID and defines a specific operation carried out by the server. The extensive audit trail is collated for system administration purposes such as monitoring activities. The trail will also help in meeting compliance requirements that involve logging of system activities.

The graphical configuration and administration tool provides a clear view of all changes made in a session and allows for review of all configuration changes before they are saved. The graphical configuration and administration tool provides a clear view of all changes made in a session and allows for review of all configuration changes before they are saved.

Account configuration options include types of authentication accepted, the home folder, permissions associated with the account and more. Account configuration options include types of authentication accepted, the home folder, permissions associated with the account and more.

HTTP / HTTPS options available for web browser file transfer manager. HTTP / HTTPS options available for web browser file transfer manager.

A new authentication method can be added or changed via Local Manager. Options will differ depending on which authentication method is used. A new authentication method can be added or changed via Local Manager. Options will differ depending on which authentication method is used.

The most common event handlers are the ones sending events to a specific destination. Each destination is configured using an event handler. Each event handler has its own configuration and is used for sending the event in a certain format or according to certain rules. The most common event handlers are the ones sending events to a specific destination. Each destination is configured using an event handler. Each event handler has its own configuration and is used for sending the event in a certain format or according to certain rules.