Deploy Managed File Transfer in Your Private Cloud

To satisfy corporate governance or security requirements, deploy Thru in a private Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.

Minimum Requirements

  • Load balancer preferably a web application firewall (WAF)
  • Application server handles emails and email notifications
  • Data server manages data movement by finding pending jobs and completing them
  • Core server acts similarly to the data server by completing pending jobs
  • Web server Internet Information Services (IIS)
  • File storage
  • Database: Microsoft SQL
  • Authentication service
Diagram of components for managed file transfer deployment in private cloud

High Availability

High availability requires multiple web servers and a fault-tolerant load balancer. All components in Azure and AWS have some form of fault tolerance. Our SQL, storage, active directory and other components do not have a single point of failure.

Disaster Recovery

To ensure disaster recovery, set up two environments; the primary system should be able to fail over from the production environment to the high availability environment. A function is triggered each minute or so to check availability of the current environment. If it is not available, another function is invoked to failover to the other environment.

Post-installation support for Thru is available but you are responsible for maintaining your private cloud.

Release Management

Thru makes release management easy, auditable and compliant. Simplified release management ensures consistent release promotion to your instance of Thru.

The diagram below illustrates a private cloud deployment.

Managed file transfer deployed in private cloud diagram

Related Resources

Deploy in AWS Cloud

Understand the requirements and steps to deploy Thru in an AWS private cloud.

Deploy in Azure Cloud

Understand the requirements and steps to deploy Thru in an Azure private cloud.

Cloud MFT Features

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