SFTP: The SSH File Transfer Protocol is a secure file transfer and management protocol. This protocol assumes the files are using a secure channel, such as SSH, and that the identity of the client is available to the protocol. SMTP: The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol is used by electronic mail servers to send and receive email messages. SFTP is an extension of the Secure Shell Protocol (SSH). It is a more secure option that provides end-to-end encryption through the SSH tunnel. Setup and user management By default, SFTP is already available on all Linux® images for Rackspace managed cloud servers.
With FTP2Cloud you can now FTP your data to your Rackspace Cloud Files Containers.
FTP2Cloud gives you your own personal FTP-to-Rackspace transfer system.
Simply FTP copy your files to FTP2Cloud and then wait a few minutes while the automated FTP2Cloud transfer system copies it to your Rackspace Cloud Files account.
It doesn’t get much easier.
Rackspace Cloud Files Ftp
Once a file is successfully uploaded to your Rackspace Cloud Files account, it is deleted from your FTP2Cloud space. This clears up some of your space so you can add more.
No FTP-to-Rackspace Transfer Limits
Currently there is no transfer limit to how much data you can FTP to Rackspace.
The only limit we impose just now is the FTP account quota. This is solely to prevent abuse of the system while it is in early development stages.
Azure Sftp Cloud Service
Of course, if you require more space, you can contact us at [email protected].