When you depend on your managed file transfer server for smooth business operations, it is important to know the limitations of your system. As an administrator, it is ideal to find out your server limitations before your users do. This is the reason JSCAPE has developed a tool for administrators to find out where those limitations lie. JSCAPE Load Tester is a great tool for administrators, and it has just become more powerful with the release of JSCAPE Load Tester 2.0.
Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
Topics: JSCAPE MFT Monitor
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JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE Load Tester 2.0. This release includes the addition of a scheduler allowing users to schedule one time and recurring load tests against file transfer services. This feature is especially useful in cases where you want to simulate continuous file transfer load over a long period of time.
One of the most powerful feature in JSCAPE MFT Server is Triggers. If you've been using triggers, then you probably already realize how handy they are in automating business processes that involve secure file transfers. However, if you've never employed regular expressions on your triggers, then you're just scratching the surface of this highly versatile feature.
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of AnyClient 4.2. This release includes several new features and enhancements, highlights of which include:
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Server 8.2. This latest version comes with a number of user interface and performance enhancements, but the biggest news is the newly added support for AFTP actions in the triggers module.
Fast File Transfer Now
JSCAPE recently published a whitepaper titled How to Boost File Transfer Speeds 100x Without Increasing Your Bandwidth. This whitepaper discusses the known problems with TCP based file transfer protocols such as FTP and SFTP over high-latency networks and how to solve them using AFTP (Accelerated File Transfer Protocol).
Just a couple of months ago, Amazon rolled out Server Side Encryption (SSE) on its online storage web service, S3. This new feature allows you to encrypt files you upload to S3. Companies who are looking for better protection for data at rest and those who need to comply with regulations like HIPAA or data breach notification laws may find this bit of information very useful.
If you haven't read our post Introducing Accelerated File Transfer please do so as it will give you a good background for what I'm about to share with you here.