The Power of FME® in the Cloud
FME Hosted is the most flexible way to automate the flow of data between nearly any combination of cloud and on-premises applications.
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The Power of FME® in the Cloud
1Spatial is proud to be a provider of FME Cloud through our Managed Service Provider (MSP) Premier accreditation, Safe Software’s top tier cloud partner level. FME Cloud is the hosted version of FME Server. It’s the ultimate platform for connecting the web, combining the automation power of FME Server with the flexibility of the cloud. Handle complex data with simplicity and cost effectively integrate on-premise and cloud based technology. If your data is already in the cloud then FME Cloud is an obvious choice with the ability to quickly and efficiently connect systems like Google Drive, Dropbox, ArcGIS Online, CARTO, Amazon S3 and many more.
Start by building integration workflows in FME Desktop’s drag-and-drop interface. Then use FME Cloud to run them constantly in real time, in response to events, or on a time interval. Scale up or down as needed and only pay for what you use.
FME Cloud is the most flexible way to automate the flow of data between nearly any combination of cloud and on-premises applications. FME Cloud is used to:
Access data outside your firewall, or move data simply easily and quickly between your cloud environments.
Move data between systems on a schedule or as a result of a trigger… keep on-premise and cloud environments in sync with each other.
Size your data integration environment to meet your needs with different instance sizes to suit your budget and demand you can cope with your day to day data processing requirements and manage peak demands through an annual subscription or Pay-as-you-go.
Need to synchronise data between more than one database overnight? Need to schedule a data load every month? Need to trigger an event when a photo lands in a folder on your network? FME can automate almost any data workflow for you on a schedule, with a trigger or as part of an orchestrated workflow.
The FME Server data streaming service allows you to stream data to a supported client. So, dynamically update data in Google Earth, launch a data validation report in a new web browser tab or automatically open a dynamic PDF with content that changes each time you click it.
Create a data self-service tool and avoid manually handling repetitive data requests from colleagues, partners or customers. Build a simple UI with native FME Server functionality or with a web developer construct a complex interface and call the FME Server REST API behind the scenes to perform the heavy lifting for you.
Enable your users to download the data they need using a simple interface rather than expecting them to know how to use complex tools or providing them with security access to systems you’d rather keep more closely controlled.
Allow your users to upload a dataset to FME Server, check it for quality and if it passes, FME can load it directly into your database so you don’t have to.
Build simple apps to allow users to control data integration tasks from their desktop or from their mobile device.
In general, if the majority of your data is in the cloud or you don’t want to worry about costs for hardware acquisition and maintenance, then select FME Cloud. However, if the majority of your data is on-premise or you need some advanced configurations or formats, then select FME Server.
Skip the Hardware. It takes less than 10 minutes to get FME Cloud up and running.
1Spatial is a leading global Platinum Authorised Partner of Safe Software and reseller of FME®
Automate the flow of data between nearly any combination of cloud and on-premises applications
Quickly and efficiently connect systems like Google Drive, Dropbox, ArcGIS Online, CARTO, Amazon S3 and many more.
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