Rev Dataflow

Secure Cross Platform Data Transfers

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Secure File Transfers

 

Data Transfer between similar and/or different platforms has become an everyday task in corporations as many different platforms and operating systems.

 

REV DATAFLOW allows you to execute data transfers in a:

    • Totally secure

    • Authenticated

    • Encrypted

environment that does NOT use FTP.

Same Data Transfer that runs Natively on all platforms

 

As REV DATAFLOW is exactly the same model and runs natively on all platforms the same Windows .NET User Interfaces are used for all platforms:

    • Host & Enterprise Operations – to manage as well as see and hear all transfers as they are running.
    • Engine – to configure, add systems and migrate data.
    • One education plan fits all Operating Systems.

 Resend Interrupted

 

If a transfer is interrupted and fails (at any point) the process can be restarted at the point where it failed the REV DATAFLOW software will detect the actual data bytes sent and restart the transfer process from that point.

Compression

 

To effectively utilize the band width REV DATAFLOW can compress the data and maximize the data in each transmission, between the two servers.

Data Conversion

 

As part of the Transfer process REV DATAFLOW can convert data from and to ASCII and EBCDIC. Carriage Returns (CR) and/or Line Feeds (LF) can also be added or stripped from the data as End of Record can be Replaced with other characters/markers. Data from UNIX and WINDOWS can also be treated as a record by record when sending to or from an AS/400.

 

You control the database locations

 

The ONLY platform that must have a Local database is iSeries as every i5OS installation has a DB2 instance. On every other platform YOU are in TOTAL CONTROL of the database locations – which can be Local or Remote.

At RevSoft we do have a simple rule:

‘A Mission Critical server should have a Local database – as long as the Server is up the RevSoft Application Tasks will be executed.’

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