FTP and SFTP file transfers are streamed in memory directly to and from Azure Blob Storage without writing to disk. Users don't have to provision costly high IOPS disks to achieve fast transfers, and changes are seamlessly visible in real-time.
HTTPS and FTPS is enabled by default using self-signed certificates. You can load your own certificates or use the built-in Let's Encrypt integration to automatically request and renew free TLS/SSL certificates from Let's Encrypt.
SFTP public key authentication is enabled by default, and the SFTP connection can be configured to use specific SFTP ciphers, SFTP digests, and SFTP key exchange algorithms. SFTP connections can also be authenticated using certificates.
Both FTP active mode and FTP passive mode are supported, as well as implicit FTP TLS authentication and explicit FTP TLS authentication. Advanced FTP TLS settings such as max and min FTP TLS version and FTP TLS cipher suites can be configured.
Other security features such as brute-force login prevent are available for both SFTP and FTP connections.
All FTP and SFTP user actions are recorded in a searchable audit log.
The application can be configured using a fully feature and intuitive web interface. Configuration can also be automated using the REST API.
Multiple Azure Blob Storage blob containers can be configured and mapped to different users. Azure Blob Storage authentication can be done using either access keys or managed service identities. Compatible with Azure Blob Storage Datalake Gen2 Blob Storage containers.
Transfers streamed directly in memory.
Runs in your network to reduce data transfer costs.
Configurable through intuitive browser interface or REST API.
Connect to multiple Azure Blob Storage containers.
Unlimited user accounts.
SFTP, FTP, and FTPS supported.
Automatically issue and renew free TLS/SSL certificates using Let's Encrypt.
Brute Force Login Prevention
Login with Azure Active Directory
Per-user IP whitelisting
Available as Windows and Linux images on Azure Marketplace
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Check out our Azure Resource Manager templates at https://github.com/filemage/azure-quickstart-templates for one-click deployments of clustered FileMage Gateway solutions.
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