ExaVault gives you world-class cloud SFTP storage, with the security your business expects and deserves from an SFTP service.
Your developers will love our direct server access with any FTP client, as well as webhooks and API for automation.
Your business users will love our responsive web interface that lets them manage files, review activity, and more.
Cloud-based SFTP server hosting delivers the best of both worlds: a secure, affordable FTP storage solution, and sophisticated web-based tools that simplify your daily file management tasks. Running your own FTP server or hosting service is expensive -- and you typically are stuck with an outdated desktop interface to manage the server. Using ExaVault's FTP servers, forgo technical and security worries, and stop spending time on maintaining a server.
It's easy to upgrade or downgrade. Our accounts are designed to meet changes in your transfer and storage needs.
Don't worry about security. All of ExaVault's FTP services include SFTP at no additional cost. SFTP offers an additional layer of security, encrypting your file transfers in-transit.
Full SFTP server hosting means all the bells and whistles are included. You get an updated web-based file management interface.
SFTP server hosting includes a number of other high security features, including:
Webhooks let you programmatically tell your server that an event has happened. Integrate ExaVault into your workflow – program your application to take action every time a file is uploaded/downloaded/moved/etc. See the webhooks documentation for more information.
Whereas FTP is its own protocol, SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) is a network protocol allowing for file transfer and management designed to work as an extension of SSH which provides the secure connection. Unlike FTP, SSH encrypts both the commands that are sent and the transferred data.
The bottom line is that while FTP and SFTP may seem similar in functionality, they are not directly related technologies. Most FTP clients support both protocols, making it easy for you to choose the protocol you want to use to connect with our cloud servers. Depending on your needs for security, or business requirements, you may be required to use SFTP. We fully support both as well as FTP-S.
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