Serv-U MFT is an on-premise file transfer solution for organization of all sizes. The solution enables business professionals to transfer files internally or externally to share with employees, vendors and customers. Users can also share files from any mobile device.
Serv-U MFT enables team members to transfer large data files and synchronize folders with updates. Further, users can automate file transfer to occur at scheduled times. The solution enables managers to delete, update, read and change the accessibility of different folders.
Pricing is based on a one-time perpetual license fee. Support is provided through an online portal, email and over the phone. Serv-U MFT is compatible with databases that include Microsoft SQL, MySQL and PostgreSQL.
Guman from Consumer Goods
Employees number: 5,001-10,000 employees
Its very secure in terms on encryption and file transfer protocol. It can aslo be integrate with LDAP or AD account.
Some times its very complecated to integrate with LDAP and lots of time file transfer session time out automatically.
Excellent Enterprise-Ready File Transfer Server software. If you keep up with the new releases; you should be able to minimize any major security threats.
We really like the multiprotocol support including SFTP w/ SSH Key and/or Password Authentication, FTP (if you're stuck in the past) and HTTP/HTTPS is good for those users that can't figure out how to run a File Transfer Client on their machine. We utilize the database backend functionality to store our user authentication so multiple servers can share it. I've used Serv-U for > 15 years. It's my favorite Solarwinds product purchase; though we bought it from RhinoSoft back in the day.
Long ago, they didn't have a good automated user creation system for the database backend. We brewed our own solution using some guidelines they mentioned. I haven't looked to see if that has improved over the last 12 years or so. I'd also like to see a tool that can find individual or groups of full session logs related to a search string (user, or filename/directory). I brewed my own version of that as well. Perhaps they have something. The Solarwinds support site/community is tough to navigate; so it's hard to know what accompanying tools are available.
Ease of use, reliability are fantastic. So much simpler to use than windows FTP or some of the other competitors
Could be cheaper. But then again - good software costs. This is my go-to application for FTP.