EditShare Adds Portable Web-Based Capabilities To FLOW And EFS

Improving the way customer access, monitor, and configure FLOW and EFS, EditShare solutions also boast ELK analytics monitoring and reporting.

EditShare solutions aim to deliver a rich web-based experience that enables customers to create amazing together, anywhere,” comments Sunil Mudholkar, vp of product management. “This release is another leap forward. We have built a multi-location foundation on a scalable, resilient architecture that offers customers new ways to collaborate. It provides an unparalleled web-based remote production workflow experience for productions of all sizes. We are excited to bring these capabilities to our customers and support their ability to work where they want and with their tools of choice.”

Operating similar to a CDN, the updated EFS multi-location data transfer capabilities leverage open software solutions to provide transparency over asset movement. This enables users to prioritize transfers across multiple locations with easy to define business rules. 

Paving the way for scalable enterprise workflows, the FLOW Scan Scaling Service enables distributed processing in parallel, letting users run multiple scan instances across storage tiers.

New FLOW Production Nodes now come in Light, Standard and XL, supporting small to enterprise workflows. 

Popular open-source ELK analytics lets customers easily visualize important data to maintain the health of their FLOW and EFS installations.

In addition, EditShare Connect is now available for Linux.

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