Mount Amazon S3 Bucket as a Windows Virtual Drive
CloudBerry Drive mounts your Amazon S3 account as a network or external drive to your Windows computer. With CloudBerry Drive you can work with files in Amazon S3 directly from the Windows Explorer interface, the same way as if they were on your local drive.
CloudBerry Drive comes with an easy installation and configuration that seamlessly integrates Amazon S3 as an external or network drive with the Windows environment.
With CloudBerry Drive your Amazon S3 storage can be accessed as any other local, network or external drive on your computer, so you can easily move files to the cloud and back.
Use Amazon S3 as a storage with other third party products and services you use every day: email agents, file managers, office applications and other.
Simplify configuration, automate common tasks and integrate virtual drive with Command Line interface
Learn more about CLI in CloudBerry Drive.
When you install and setup the program you can decide what Amazon S3 account to use and what drive letter you will assign to this virtual drive and whether or not you want this drive to be mounted when Windows starts or if you want to mount it later as you need it. After it is mounted you can use it just like any other hard drive. You can drag and drop files to it and they are then saved in the cloud. I really like this program and like all the other CloudBerry products I think they have over delivered on this one too.
Owner and CEO at HGL Enterprises
We have an MS Azure Storage account and we need to place a huge amount of big files. Before acquiring CloudBerry Drive it was a very painful task. Now it is as easy and fast as moving them across local drives.
José Monreal Vidal
Univ. Complutense de Madrid. Biblioteca
CloudBerry Drive Desktop is a great product, and I ordered 50 licenses. It allowed me to quickly provision a drive on each computer for employees to access shared files stored in our Amazon S3 bucket. The software was easy enough to use that I did not have to consult any documentation to get started.
I am enjoying the product and it does what I need.
Systems Engineer at The Motley Fool
I really like the Cloudberry Drive and have found it very easy to use and access my Rackspace cloud files. It was very easy to create the required drives, upload files to them and access them when required. Highly recommended.
Revenue Assurance Specialist at Rackspace
We attempted to test a competitors’ software at the same time, it did not run correctly, and their customer support was very slow on response, but you guys were on top of the ball. So you guys win on both product and customer service.
My primary use case for Cludberry Drive is connecting to Amazon S3, but it has been by far the best virtual drive product for doing so both in terms of built-in functionality and it's ability to play well with other third party products.
So far the caching that the software does is less buggy than TntDrive.
IT Systems Architect at WDA
We used Cloudberry Drive with Eucalyptus Walrus to emulate a web shared folder, something like Dropbox, and it worked really great. Easy to use and has a lot of storage providers.
v1.4.3 - Apr 27, 2015
- "All Users" mode
- Hitachi, AWS China, Google Cloud support improvement
- Master password
v1.4.2 - Apr 8, 2015
v1.4 - Mar 23, 2015
- Resumable upload
- Bandwidth throttling
v1.3.1 - Mar 4, 2015
- AWS Frankfurt region support
- Offline Activation in GUI
v1.3 - Dec 24, 2013
- Support OpenStack regions
v1.2 - Oct 17, 2013
- Amazon S3 Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS)
- Amazon S3 Server Side Encryption (SSE)
- SoftLayer Object Storage support
- HavenCo Storage support
v184.108.40.206 - Jan 17, 2013
- DreamObjects support
- Easy Storage support
v220.127.116.11 - Nov 23, 2012
- Rename new folder functionality
- Stability improvements
v18.104.22.168 - Oct 19, 2012
- Azure Blob Storage support improvements
- Auto-start issue on Windows Vista/7 fixed
v1.0 - Oct 12, 2012