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SFTP or Secure FTP, refers to the use of Secure Shell or SSH network protocol to exchange data over a secure channel. Unlike FTP and FTPS, the SFTP protocol is only a draft specification, which can cause small incompatibilities between SFTP client and server implementations. SFTP uses only one connection and encrypts both authentication information and data files being transferred.
About Google Cloud Storage
Google Cloud Storage is unified object storage for developers and enterprises, from live data serving to data analytics/ML to data archiving. Google Cloud Storage is practically infinitely scalable, whether it's used to support a small application or a large exabyte-scale system.
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