MOVEit Central 8.0 new features and improvements

As Ipswitch Elite Partners in the UK, Pro2col are pleased to announce the first major upgrade of MOVEit Central for a couple of years. This exciting new release quickly follows the September release of MOVEit DMZ 8.0.

With a powerful user interface – and without the need to create and support custom scripts – MOVEit Central 8.0 makes it easy to automate file-based business processes. Hundreds of companies from around the world have turned to MOVEit Central to increase visibility and control, simplifying, streamlining and automating their file based processes.

Key Features and Benefits of MOVEit Central include:

  • Simple user interface makes defining automated tasks easy
  • Reliable automation engine ensures predictable, secure file delivery
  • Centralised console provides instant visibility and control of file movements
  • Replaces unreliable, home-grown, and manual processes
  • Confidence knowing you can meet your SLAs and compliance requirements

Improved Performance and Reliability

  • Efficient state file management – regular and sync tasks
  • Reduced automation task runtime
  • Improved system performance and resource efficiency
  • Updated PGP module: Authora, EDGE
  • Larger file support using SFTP
  • Configurable timeout for added security

Improved SSH-based Security

  • Now can set file permissions on SSH/SFTP servers
  • Control SSH encryption algorithms for a higher level of security
  • Support for strong SSH keys (4096-bit)

Updated Platform Support

  • Support for Windows Server 2012 R1
  • Support for SQL Server 2012
  • Updated MySQL 5.5


If you would like to learn more about MOVEit Central and how its industry leading automation capabilities can benefit  your business please fill in the form below:

As an Ipswitch Elite Partner, Pro2col help test new releases and provide feedback direct to the Ipswitch development team. If there is something you wish MOVEit Central could do, please do not hesitate to get in touch so we can feed your thoughts back to Ipswitch.