Document history for AWS Transfer Family - AWS Transfer Family

Document history for AWS Transfer Family

The following table describes the documentation for this release of AWS Transfer Family.

  • API version: transfer-2018-11-05

  • Latest documentation update: April 23, 2020

Change Description Date
AWS Transfer for SFTP is now AWS Transfer Family and adds support for FTP and FTPS. You can now use two additional protocols for your users' file transfers: File Transfer Protocol Secure (FTPS) and File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Users can move, run, secure, and integrate FTP over SSL (FTPS) and cleartext FTP based workflows in AWS, in addition to existing Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) support. April 23, 2020
Support for virtual private cloud (VPC) security groups and Elastic IP addresses You can now create an allow list for incoming IP addresses using security groups, providing an additional layer of security for servers. You can also associate Elastic IP addresses with your server's endpoint. By doing this, you can enable users behind firewalls to allow access to that endpoint. For more information, see Creating a server in a virtual private cloud. January 10, 2020
Support for working in a VPC You can now create a server in a VPC. You can use your server to transfer data over your cleint to and from an Amazon S3 bucket without going over the public internet. For more information, see Creating a server in a virtual private cloud. March 27, 2019
First version of AWS Transfer Family released. This initial release includes setting up directions, describes how to get started, and provides information on client configuration, user configuration, and monitoring activity. November 25, 2018