Nava Certus 1.2 Today, we’re announcing the latest version of Nava Certus. With this release, we bring support for migration to and from Dropbox as well as migration from cloud storage to local premise servers. We’ve been hard at work trying to realize our goal of making Nava Certus synonymous with cloud storage migration. If you have a request for a particular source or destination, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Nava Certus Over the past month, we’ve been working on a few new features for Nava Certus. After a lengthy period of testing, we’re happy to finally announce Nava Certus 1.1 The main features in this release include: Google Drive Source Many new use cases are enabled with the addition of the Google Drive Source feature, such as: Inter-domain Google Drive migration: In some circumstances, it is necessary to transfer Google Drive data from an account in one domain to another.
Hooray! Today we’re releasing the latest version of Nava Certus, our cloud storage migration software. Have you tried it yet? If not, then why not go for the trial and you can migrate up to 1GB for free. Today’s release contains the following new features: Support for Amazon S3 storage: Due to popular demand, we’re now supporting migration from Windows file system to Amazon S3. Simply configure the migration job for S3 and within minutes you can be uploading your files to Amazon S3.
The latest version (18.104.22.168) of Nava Certus is available for download starting today. With this release, we’re making minor but visible improvements to product functionality. Continue reading below for more info… Default User (Distributed): For distributed migrations, a new default user allows the migration of all un-mapped files to a single user. All files, whose owners are not found in the mapping file, will be migrated to the Google Drive account of the default user.
If you are planning a Google Drive migration and require assurance that the files at the source are exactly the same as the files at the destination, then you may be interested in our “Migration Integrity” feature. One of the features that we designed into Nava Certus from the very beginning is called Migration Integrity. While this feature is not the most visible to the user, it is perhaps one of the most important for our enterprise customers that may want to ensure a certain chain-of-custody within the migration process.
Enjoy cloud storage, migrate to Google Drive This post is another in a series of posts about Nava Certus, our Google Drive migration tool. Specifically, we show you the Distributed feature in NC. The beauty of distributed migration is that it allows you to get rid of your file server, but at the same time possibly stay in the “basic” tier of Google Drive storage, thus avoiding extra Google Drive storage costs.
Google Drive Migration Tool Do you need to migrate a large quantity of files to Google Drive? Have you tasted the frustration of the “manual” approach? Well, why don’t you try Nava Certus? It is the ultimate Google Drive migration tool. It moves files, copies permissions, recreates the directory hierarchy, and lets you print pretty reports for your boss. And you can take all the credit. Here we show the “Centralized” configuration, where all files go to a single destination Google Drive.
We decided to make this video to answer some basic questions from customers. It is a demo of a file server to Google Drive migration.
We are proud to announce the Beta release of Nava Certus, our powerful Google Drive migration software. With this version of Nava Certus, you will be able to: Migrate files from a file server to a single Google Drive account for centralized sharing Migrate files based on file ownership (Distributed Migration) allowing you to distribute all your files and take advantage of up to 30GB built-in storage in Google Drive for each user.