VFSLib Enterprise Edition (EE)
The VFSLib Enterprise Edition (EE) is the flagship of the VFSLib product series. It includes all VFSLib file system providers for Apache Commons VFS 2.0. Currently it supports the providers for Dropbox©, Google Drive©, and Amazon S3© cloud file systems.
Why limit your applications to one single cloud file system? Let your customers choose the system they want and support all of the major systems on the market today! The programming is easy and consistent so there is no need to spend hours on dealing with the complex vendor specific APIs.
Please check out the attractive bundle pricing and the volume discounts offered.
The key features of the VFSLib Enterprise Edition at a glance:
- Extend Apache Commons VFS 2.0 with brand new cloud file system providers
- Transfer FTP, SFTP, Dropbox, Google Drive, Amazon S3 and local files in any direction
- Enrich your applications with recent network file system support
- Value for money - Buy a single-user license for the cost of just a few developer hours
- Royalty free distribution - No hidden costs, distribute the library with no fees to pay
- Compatible with Windows, OS X, Linux, and many more systems
The Data Digester software now supports VFSLib!
Runs on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and many more systems
The VFSLib library is written in pure Java which allows the software to be executed on almost any platform on the market. If your environment changes from one platform to another, chances are good that the VFSLib library can be migrated without problems to the new platform. The obtained licenses are still usable no matter the platform. This gives system administrators the flexibility to migrate from one platform to another without generating additional software license costs.
The VFSLib Java library should work also on mobile devices like smart phones and tablets. So the marketing slogan "Write once, run everywhere" becomes reality.
How to continue
- Test the VFSLib Enterprise Edition for 30 days now
- Check out the system requirements
- View the Dropbox example
- View the API documentation (Javadoc)