AWS Transfer Family is a secure transfer service that helps transfer files into and out of AWS storage services.
AWS Transfer Family supports transferring data from or to S3 and EFS.
AWS Transfer Family supports transferring data over the following protocols:
Secure Shell (SSH) File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)
File Transfer Protocol Secure (FTPS)
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
Transfer Family provides the following benefits
A fully managed service that scales in real-time
Compatible with existing applications with no need to modify them or run any file transfer protocol infrastructure.
A fully managed, serverless File Transfer Workflow service that makes it easy to set up, run, automate, and monitor the processing of files.
Transfer Family supports up to 3 AZs and is backed by an auto-scaling, redundant fleet for your connection and transfer requests.
Transfer Family supports three identity provider options:
Service Managed, where you store user identities within the service. It is supported for server endpoints that are enabled for SFTP only.
Microsoft Active Directory, and,
Custom Identity Providers, which helps to integrate an identity provider of your choice.
File Transfer Workflows – MFTW
File Transfer Workflows – MFTW is a fully managed, serverless File Transfer Workflow service that makes it easy to set up, run, automate, and monitor the processing of uploaded files.
MFTW can be used to automate various processing steps such as copying, tagging, scanning, filtering, compressing/decompressing, and encrypting/decrypting the data that is transferred using Transfer Family.
MFTW provides end-to-end visibility for tracking and auditability.
AWS Certification Exam Practice Questions
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A solutions architect must provide a fully managed replacement for an on-premises solution that allows employees and partners to exchange files. The solution must be easily accessible to employees connecting from on-premises systems, remote employees, and external partners. Which solution meets these requirements?
Use AWS Transfer for SFTP to transfer files into and out of Amazon S3.
Use AWS Snowball Edge for local storage and large-scale data transfers.
Use Amazon FSx to store and transfer files to make them available remotely.
Use AWS Storage Gateway to create a volume gateway to store and transfer files to Amazon S3.