For those of you who use MOVEit Automation to automate the transfer of files between different hosts, you will know that while there are a number of supported hosts from SFTP servers to Amazon S3, there is no current native connector for Microsoft Azure blobs at the time of writing.
So, you have installed MOVEit Automation and have started to create automated workflows for moving files from one location to another. But with that initial requirement now fulfilled, what else can you get out of the solution?
With over eleven years' of technical experience with Ipswitch MOVEit solutions, we quite often are asked about how the solution might be able to solve some of the requirements which are not typically spoken about on the marketing materials.
As with previous versions of Ipswitch MOVEit solutions, we pride ourselves on being the first partner in the EMEA region to bring you the latest information about any new releases. This time is no exception.
At Advanced Cyber Solutions we often like to highlight customer success when we feel there has been a particular innovative approach take; and this blog post is no different.
There are few senses of achievement higher than finding a simple solution to a problem which was thought too complex or seemingly impossible, by others. Here at Advanced Cyber Solutions, we are often asked to assist our customers in such scenarios, and relish to opportunity to put our thinking caps to the test.
Here at Advanced Cyber Solutions, we like to share great discoveries and solutions on the basis that it might help others in pursuit of the same outcomes. So when we were challenged, this week, by a customer to help them with automated file transfers using conditional logic. We not only gleefully accepted but we also thought we would share the results!
If there is one thing which we take very seriously at Advanced Cyber Solutions, then it is providing our customers with the best possible support and assistance with the solutions they have purchased from us.
If you ask any IT manager or senior leader, what their priorities are in the coming twelve months. You will get a response along the lines of "more automation". What seems like an obvious pursuit in any field is now becoming a trend in IT circles, as they attempt to find ever increasing ways to lesser the response times and as a result, the human interaction between systems.
Today, if you are not embracing the cloud then it would seem you are in a steadily declining minority. Cloud is the buzz term that refuses to die; and so instead we find ourselves in an age of migration toward the cloud or in a state of hybrid network, where the boundaries between cloud and hosted services are blurred.