The Aspera FASP Stream API was designed to allow Aspera transfer technology to be integrated into application while providing a familiar paradigm to developers. To learn more about the FASPStream SDK, view the Intro to FASPStream video. The FASP Stream API can be used to send byte-stream data using the FASP protocol and allows third parties to integrate directly to allow for direct ingest and deployment to any Aspera Server as well as Point-to-Point environments using a simple File IO interface.
FASP Stream can be approached in multiple ways. You can use FASP Stream for:
- Stream to Stream - which lets you feed data from an application to another application using Standard IO and the FASP Protocol, this allows a quick way for your application to read in data and send it to another application that can render it or utilize it as the data is received.
- File to Stream - which lets you send a file from an Aspera Server to an application that can read the file as a stream of data and interpret it or use it without waiting for the entire file to be delivered.
- Stream to File - which lets you stream data from your application as it is being generated to an Aspera Server that can save it to a file on the server once it receives the end of the stream.