[ATS:IBM Cloud, Azure, Google] File synchronization support on ATS for IBM Cloud, Azure and Google
Scheduled Maintenance Report for IBM-Aspera Service Status
The scheduled maintenance has been completed.
Posted Apr 25, 2022 - 19:00 UTC
In progress
Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
Posted Apr 25, 2022 - 17:03 UTC
04-25-2022 17:00 UTC to 19:00 UTC

File synchronization support on ATS

Admin, Files, and Packages apps.

Note: This feature only works with Connect 4.1.3, please upgrade if you’re still using an older version of Connect.

Aspera on Cloud has supported integration with IBM Aspera Drive, enabling users to access content in Aspera on Cloud workspaces directly from their desktops without using a browser. Aspera Drive was recently consolidated into Aspera Connect. So your organization members now use Aspera Connect for desktop access to Aspera on Cloud workspace content. Such desktop access allows browsing, uploads, downloads, and sync function with specific node types from the desktop.

This upcoming enhancement to ATS servers will support synchronizing of local folders with remote folders on all ATS transfer regions. Previously, this sync capability was available only on user-managed tethered nodes, AoC-managed nodes, and in a few ATS regions. With this enhancement, all node types will support sync using Aspera Connect.

No downtime is expected during this maintenance period.
Posted Apr 22, 2022 - 00:31 UTC
This scheduled maintenance affected: Azure Transfer Clusters (Central United States (ats-azure-centralus), East United States (ats-azure-eastus), North Europe (ats-azure-northeurope), West Europe (westeurope), West United States (ats-azure-westus), South East Asia (azure-southeastasia), London (ats-azure-uksouth)), IBM Cloud Transfer Clusters (Amsterdam (ams), Dallas (dal), Frankfurt (fra), Hong Kong (hkg), London (lon), Milan (mil), San Jose (sjc), Sao Paulo (sao), Seoul (seo), Sydney (syd), Tokyo (tok), Toronto (tor), Washington D.C. (wdc), Osaka (osa)), and Google Transfer Clusters (United States Central 1 (us-central1), London (europe-west2)).