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New features available for GoAnywhere file transfer services

Clustering is a modern approach for providing high availability in applications, and it is now available in the latest release of Linoma’s GoAnywhere Services version 3.1. Clustering spreads out the file transfer workload across multiple GoAnywhere Services systems that communicate with each other through designated channels. If one of the systems were to fail, trading partners are automatically served by the remaining systems in the cluster.

The clustering feature in GoAnywhere is supported by all of its server components, including its integrated SFTP server, FTP server, FTPS server and HTTPS server. To simplify implementation, all systems in the cluster share the same settings, trading partner accounts and security policies. Remote administration for GoAnywhere is provided through an intuitive browser-based interface that also allows access to audit log information for all systems in the cluster.

Another advantage of clustering in GoAnywhere is that traffic can be load balanced over multiple systems, which is important when servicing a large number of trading partners. Linoma asserts all that is required is to install a load balancer in front of the cluster, typically in the DMZ, as the initial point of contact for trading partners.

“Clustering and load balancing is something we’ve wanted to add to GoAnywhere Services for a long time,” said Bob Luebbe, Linoma Software’s chief architect, in a statement. “Our customers can now provide the best possible up-time for their secure FTP and HTTPS servers, helping them to meet SLAs and compliance requirements.”

The release of GoAnywhere Services 3.1 also provides several additional enhancements says Linoma, including better management and archiving of audit logs, improved SSH key management, advancements to ad-hoc secure email, as well as support for Oracle databases for storing configurations.

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