This post explains how to sign up for Google Drive, find your credentials and use them to connect CloudBerry Backup with your Google Drive storage account.
To start using Google Drive storage you need to have a Google Service Account.
CloudBerry Backup and CloudBerry Explorer provide users with an ability to leverage Amazon Identity and Access Management (IAM) service that allows to create multiple users for one AWS account and specify access rights for each user.
Below is a brief guide on how to:
- Use CloudBerry Explorer to configure multiple users with limited access to Amazon Glacier account
- Generate individual Access and Secret Keys for each user in CloudBerry Explorer
- Сonfigure CloudBerry Backup to use AWS IAM user account.
As always we are trying to stay on top of the new functionality offered by Google Drive team to offer the most compelling Google Drive client on Windows platform.
With the newer release of CloudBerry Explorer for Google Storage we are adding an authentication to Google Drive with your Google service account (OAuth 2.0) which is the new recommended Google authentication and authorization scheme. OAuth 2.0 is an industry standard that Google has adopted across their products, offering many benefits.
As always we are adding features that our customers are requesting or newly introduced by cloud storage service providers. This time we decided to add new PowerShell command that will help to set a custom encryption key for Server Side Encryption (SSE-C) provided by Amazon S3.
Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) is the publicly available online web service offered by Amazon Web Services. S3 provides unlimited cloud storage for your data with no volume restrictions. Bucket is one of key concept for Amazon S3.
Users that uses Windows 7, 8 or Windows Server 2008 (excluding R2) should take some extra actions to perform whole system cloud backup with CloudBerry Backup to be able to make bare metal restore.
CloudFront is an AWS service for content delivery that integrates with other Amazon Web Services to give developers and businesses an easy and fast way to distribute content to end users with low latency and high data transfer speeds.
We're excited to announce a release of CloudBerry Backup v3.9. The latest version comes with the following new features and updates:
- Point-in-time restore without deleted files;
- Command line: back up empty folders;
- Exchange: manually enter configuration;
- Support Copy-Only SQL backups.
Specially for developers Microsoft Azure gives an opportunity to work with a local emulator for Azure Storage – Microsoft Azure Storage Emulator which is available as a part of Microsoft Azure SDK (for more information see Difference Between the Storage Emulator and Azure Storage Services).
In our CloudBerry Explorer for Azure, we support Microsoft Azure Storage Emulator. To enable it in, use «Development Storage» checkbox in your Azure account settings.