Managed File Transfer (MFT) in Java Applications

Flux whitepaper outlines key considerations in satisfying the enterprise needs of file transfer within Java applications.

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File Orchestration Platform

Basic point-to-point file transfer solutions are insufficient for Java enterprise applications.

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) April 30, 2014

Today, Flux released a new white paper: "Managed File Transfer in Java Applications." This whitepaper presents key considerations in addressing managed file transfer in Java applications running across the enterprise.

Java development teams grapple with accommodating file transfer and file workflow processes within their applications. Many teams find that point-to-point transfer solutions, be they open-source or commercial libraries, are inadequate for true enterprise requirements. This paper provides software teams in-depth questions to ensure the real enterprise needs of file transfer are truly being addressed within their applications.

Download the whitepaper "Managed File Transfer in Java Applications" at: flux.ly/resources/javaMft (Reading time only seven minutes).

About Flux

Privately held and US based, Flux's offices are located in Nevada, Colorado, Tennessee, Montana, Hawaii, and Argentina. The Flux software platform orchestrates file transfers and batch processing workflows for banking and finance. First released in 2000, the Flux platform supports large US, UK, and Canadian banks and financial services organizations for their mission critical financial systems.

To learn more about Flux, visit the Flux website at flux.ly.