About Product

Available on the Salesforce® AppExchange Secure File Transfer for Salesforce® provides flexibility for your Salesforce data storage requirements saving your organisation time and money.

FTP2SF utilises java proxy service running within a load balanced, high availability AWS platform to support the necessary translation of webservice calls to the underlying FTP, SFTP or HTTPS calls for the various platforms that FTP2SF supports.

We use a standard set of commands, familiar to developers across all platforms. The configuration, including login information, is stored within your Salesforce instance and encrypted.

This gives you the ability to maintain credentials without impacting your APEX code.

Configuration is simple and the flexibility that FTP2SF introduces allows any use case where remote data storage or access is required.

Product Information

  • Product Features
  • Use Cases
  • Future Roadmap
Product Features

Secure File Transfer for Salesforce® provides flexibility for your Salesforce data storage requirements saving your organisation time and money.

  • Support for FTP, SFTP, Azure Blob Storage, AWS S3 using a simple drag and drop interface within Salesforce Lightning.
  • Access from AWS data centres meets GDPR requirements
  • Common interface pattern across Azure, AWS & FTP Servers
  • Easy to use command set and customizable to suit requirments
Use Cases
  • Maintain your product documentation from within Salesforce.
  • Synchronise your Salesforce data to external systems.
  • Save on attachment & file storage using external PaaS solutions.
  • Allow your users to access internal unstructured file stores.
  • Meet your compliance and data retention requirements.
  • Backup key data, including configuration info.
Future Roadmap
  • Site configuration by instance and user allowing for individual login credentials for each remote site
  • Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft One Drive support
  • Sharepoint integration
  • Custom authentication call-backs
  • Process builder integration – allowing for FTP2SF to be executed from within your visual workflow