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Sneak peek at Veeam's FastSCP for ESX Server!



I was happy to welcome the Virtual Infrastructure 3. But I had to say good bye to my regular FTP tools, which for security reasons had to be replaced by..well WinSCP for instance.But did you notice that the upload and download speed reduced dramatically? Then I got this opportunity from Veeam's CEO (who I will be interviewing later)to let me take a sneak peek at the Fast SCP tool. And this tool is pretty fast.

Much faster than the WinSCP! I was doing an average of 300KB/s against a non SCP which would have been above 1.2MB/s. FastSCP worked a lot faster for me!

I will publish the results later. This tool will be made GA on the 10th of October 2006, so stay tuned!

Here are some print screens:








And we are happy to have putty built in as well




So hold on to your horses until monday...

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