Product Training How to Automate Hybrid Cloud File Transfers

Manage file transfers for any type of cloud, mainframe, distributed or hybrid environment with no ramp-up time or cost-intensive hardware investments

Watch the Product Training: How to Automate Hybrid Cloud File Transfers

In this video you will learn how you can securely enable web-based scheduling from mainframe to the distributed scheduling world and vice versa. Integrate your cloud file transfers in any existing workload automation workflow. Trigger your transfers from 3rd party applications utilizing our REST API. Achieve cost savings by utilizing a single solution for enterprise job scheduling including internal and cloud file transfers. Stonebranch's Universal Automation Center allows you to securely transfer files between your local file server (Windows, Linux), mainframe (z/Linux, z/OS) or Storage Area Network (SAN), and your Amazon S3 or Azure storage cloud services.

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Watch now – Beyond the Basics 2024: UAC Tips and Tricks

Beyond the Basics: UAC Tips and Tricks 2024

Join Stonebranch experts to learn advanced techniques in Universal Automation Center (UAC), including job setup, file transfers, and webhooks.

Watch the Product Training - How to Utilize Triggers, Monitors, and Webhooks

How to Utilize Triggers, Monitors, and Webhooks

This training video explores UAC's triggers, monitors, and webhooks, showcasing their roles in enhancing workload automation through time-based and event-based…

Read the blog: The Expanding Role of Distributed Scheduling in Modern IT

The Expanding Role of Distributed Scheduling in Modern IT

Discover the benefits of distributed scheduling software solutions and the crucial role they play in managing complex, modern IT environments in real-time. 

Blog How to Deliver Automation as a Service to Your Stakeholders

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