FileZilla® Pro Announces support for Microsoft Azure Cloud Services
Expanded feature set provides Web developers and designers file access and transfer abilities across growing number of Cloud protocols.
Köln, Germany —26 February 2018 — FileZilla®, the popular open source file transfer product targeted at administrators, developers, engineers and power users, today announced FileZilla Pro native support for Azure Fles and Azure Blob Storage.
The FileZilla product roadmap is continuously expanding beyond FTP-like protocols to allow Web designers, editors, and Webmasters to easily access even more cloud services.
Through new protocol support, users can now access and transfer their files in even more scenarios through FileZilla’s reliable, powerful user interface. The addition of Microsoft Azure Files and Azure Blob storage offer FileZilla users ways to store their data in the cloud:
- Azure Blobs provides client libraries and a REST interface that allows unstructured data to be stored and accessed at a massive scale in block blobs.
- Azure Files provides an SMB interface, client libraries, and a REST interface that allows access from anywhere to stored files.
For in-depth description of the Azure storage protocols and the scenarios for when to use them, visit https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/common/storage-decide-blobs-files-disks
FileZilla Pro allows users to easily share files across all types of and remote servers and computing environments. In addition to Azure, FileZilla supported formats include Amazon S3, S3-compliant cloud services, WebDAV among others. Future releases will include support for OpenStack, Google Cloud Storage, and more.
FileZilla Pro can be downloaded from https://filezillapro.com, with Mac version available from the Apple App Store https://itunes.apple.com/app/filezilla-pro/id1298486723 Other versions are available from the FileZilla website https://filezilla-project.org/
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