Highly-complex content migration
SkySync is designed to integrate and orchestrate complex enterprise content migration initiatives such as legacy platforms, multi-source and location transitions, and/or multi-petabyte file volumes without impacting users, existing operations or system integrations.
As the most powerful and open enterprise integration and orchestration platform available, SkySync is architected to meet virtually any file migration use case at incredible speed and scale.
Tightly integrate to systems
2013-2019 | ONLINE
G SUITE | SHARED DRIVES
ENTERPRISE | SERVICE ACCOUNTS
BUSINESS | TEAM FOLDERS
NFS | SAN | NAS
User home-drive and group folder mapping—fully automated
Automatically link up to tens-of-thousands of network user home-drives to their new cloud accounts, while preserving existing permission structures and file ownership.
Advanced LDAP capabilities enable organizations to tailor these automated actions to specific groups or departments.
Self-service migration and monitoring
System administrators can easily create highly controlled and customizable enterprise content migration user interfaces for remote sites.
What’s more, SkySync’s self-service desktop deployments enable administrators to delegate migration activities to specific departments, user accounts or groups—enabling them to opt-in to a pre-defined migration initiative, monitor their own file migration jobs, and/or repair their own flagged files.
Map extended metadata—define rules and filters
For systems that support metadata, SkySync offers advanced mapping that can be controlled by rules and filtering capabilities.
For extreme edge-cases where real-time system integration is not practical or possible, SkySync also provides Export-Transform-Load (ETL) capabilities for file extended metadata as well as permissions and file versions.
Any deployment model, any environment
Host SkySync on any VM or within your private cloud—as well as on-premises or within remote sites/offices.
Open development platform
Full custom connector Application Program Interface (API) and System Developer Toolkit (SDK) is available.View documentation
Choose from Windows or Linux —as well as an array of supported databases.