Cloud Protocols Supported by Popular File Access and Transfer System Include Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, Microsoft Azure, and OpenStack, Among Others
FileZilla Pro, the popular cross-platform file access and transfer software application, announced support for Google Drive.
FileZilla Pro allows system administrators, Web developers, designers, and other professional users to share files across all types of remote servers and computing environments.
With FileZilla Pro, individual and enterprise users are able to quickly and easily move files between computers and remote servers. Supported network and Cloud protocols include Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure Cloud Services, OpenStack, and WebDAV, among others.
FileZilla Pro’s integration for Google Drive, the popular cloud storage service integrated with Google apps, joins current support for Google Cloud Storage, the enterprise-level service for server backups hosting.
“We are proud to bring FileZilla Pro to one of the most ubiquitous Cloud platforms,” said Tim Kosse, original creator and principal author of FileZilla. “We’re driven to provide our more than 30,000 users optimal file management capabilities for moving thousands of files quickly and easily and will continue to deliver on that promise in future versions.”
In addition, the FileZilla project announced its new “Restore and Reconnect” feature which can be enabled in the settings dialog, that, upon restarting, automatically restores previously opened tabs and reconnects those that were connected. This feature is now available across all FileZilla products, in both premium and free versions.
FileZilla Pro enables individual enthusiasts, professional system administrators, developers, engineers, and enterprise power users to easily upload and download a variety of files, such as uploading a Website to a hosting provider’s server, using FTP and other protocols.