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a blog post in Spanish featuring CloudBerry Backup for MS SQL Server
It’s rare that you find a product that actually goes to bat for you in terms of trying to save you money. The upfront cost of $30 can easily be made up over the following months by paying less than you would with other cloud storage options.
This is an article in Russian discussing various options to store files in the cloud and featuring CloudBerry Drive
If you are looking to push your small business or even just your personal laptop backups to the cloud, Cloudberry's Online Backup product might just be what you are looking for!
If you have an Amazon S3 account you’re using to backup your data, you might want an easy way to manage it. CloudBerry Explorer is a free app that runs on your desktop an provides an easy way to manage your S3 account.
One example that is pretty prominent right now is a third party called 'CloudBerry Lab,' which makes available a tool called 'Cloud Migrator,' and this is supported on Amazon, Azure, Rackspace, etc. What a product like this will allow you to do is basically move your data directly between buckets, let's say, within a cloud site [such as] S3 or from one cloud provider to another.
Derek Schauland explains what he likes about using the CloudBerry Explorer Pro client to manage docs in his Amazon S3 account.
What I like the most about CloudBerry is that it lets you back up your data to multiple destinations. If you have a USB drive, back up your data to the drive AND Amazon Glacier.
I am of the software convinced ? stood today , definitely yes . it does exactly what it says , that distribute data across data centers worldwide . while the user is easy and intuitive .
Blog post in japanese mentioning CloudBerry Lab products and Amazon Glacier
I finally found the solution. Cloudberry Backup . It uses AES-256 bit encryption with a password that only I know. I have it backup to Amazon's Glacier and Microsoft's Azure cloud backup services.
For me, the choices were clear. For Windows user’s CloudBerry is a phenomenal solution. Not only does it offer everything I needed, it also offered everything I wanted. Like car insurance, I’ll be re-evaluating providers again down the road, but the next time, I’ll be using CloudBerry’s many features as a benchmark when comparing other utilities.
Hier kommt das tolle Cloudberry Online Backup Desktop ins Spiel. Cloudberry Online Backup Desktop stellt nicht lediglich eine Verbindung zu den Amazon Servern her, sondern ermoeglicht auch die automatische Datensicherung von ausgewahlten Ordnern.
At that time I mentioned that Cloudberry Lab, my favorite vendor for Amazon S3 tools, would be releasing their Cloudberry Drive application in a few weeks. Well it’s fresh off the shelf, happily installed on my hard drive, and I am delighted.
I highly recommend Cloudberry to anyone who is power user and have less than 500GB of data.
Exellent fully featured backup software that makes it very easy to copy your data to low cost Cloud storage.
This was my first time using AWS, so I had something of a learning curve. It surprised me that Amazon made no effort to provide a client. I tried out a couple of third party clients, which worked fine for the most part. I tried both Fast Glacier and Cloudberry Backup.
It’s been over a week now and we can truly say, we love CloudBerry’s back up solution and it does exactly what we needed. It’s a very inexpensive solution and combined with Amazon Glacier, we know that our data is safe and secure and ready when we need it.
While many online storage companies have their own client software it may sometimes be a better solution to look for software created to offer integration with multiple stage solutions. Cloudberry is a good example providing integration to more storage providers than you will ever need.
At the lower-end of the spectrum, companies that build FTP and backup clients like Cloudberry lab and Haystack Software will create front-end tools that make it easy to archive files, and manage retrieval costs.
This is a blog post in German featuring CloudBerry Backup for WHS 2011
CloudBerry Backup - If you are looking for a tool to continuously backup your files and folders to Glacier at set intervals, CloudBerry Backup is a good choice
Now is the time to try Cloudberry Lab Backup for Desktop software and Amazon Glacier. You can backup 1 desktop for $30 in software and then backup 1tb of data for approx $120 per year.
This is a blog post in Portuguese featuring CloudBerry Explorer
... CloudBerry Explorer and it’s a simple desktop application that allows you to explore your Amazon S3 buckets in a similar fashion to the Windows Explorer . It's definitely my favourite tool for managing S3 files
CloudBerry Backup Server Edition has the features, capabilities, and the destination storage options to make this a real contender for a company’s backup solution.
I used this software for about a year and loathed it
My favorite feature of CloudBerry Explorer is Compare and Sync Folders. This is an extremely useful feature enabling us to compare and sync either cloud or local folders.
What I like about Cloudberry Backup is that, for one, it is very easy to use, and for another, it gives me a huge list of customization options that allow me to geek out with my backups. Be it scheduling, encryption, file exclusion or many other features, there is something for everybody.
For our interview with CloudBerry we have Alexander Negrash from CloudBerry. Alexander is the Marketing Manager at CloudBerry Lab. CloudStorageReviews.co thanks CloudBerry for being a part of this interview and answering questions to help everyone understand the products and services.
If you install the free S3 Explorer from CloudBerry Lab, you also get a powerfull PowerShell Snap-in allowing you to create a command line batch job for copying your backup to Amazon S3.
We need a way to move our files to the Windows Azure Cloud. I highly recommend the free Cloudberry Explorer for those on Windows PC’s (and I’ll be using CloudBerry Explorer for the purposes of this tutorial).
One of the first companies to make use of the new feature is CloudBerry Lab, which develops tools to manage files stored in CloudFront and in AWS's S3 storage service. On Monday, it posted a tutorial on using its CloudBerry S3 Explorer to configure CloudFront dynamic content on its blog.
Official AWS blog post featuring CloudBerry Explorer as a tool to support CloudFront Dynamic Content
The software is super-simple to use; I will literally backuping up some folders in about 5 minutes... It is really easy to use. This is a great product which I think will be my backup solution.
A scheduled task runs every hour that calls a powershell script that utilizes the Cloudberry Powershell Snap-ins.
The skilled developers who make CloudBerry Explorer, a powerful file manager for cloud storage environments, recently published an update to formally incorporate Haylix Cloud Storage in their OpenStack edition
CloudBerry Backup allows you to have full control over the backup process and the destination of your backup (cloud storage) independently from each other.
All in all, Cloudberry Lab’s Backup for Desktop seems to be an excellent and inexpensive backup solution.
This is where a tool like s3sync or Cloudberry Explorer comes in handy, to fetch them so you can see them without a three-click download process between each one. CloudFront's logs are gzip-compressed, but S3's are just text.
Since, 2008, CloudBerry Labs has been pushing out awesome software to manage large amounts of data in the Cloud... Without question, I'd recommend their solutions for your Cloud data management and backup needs!
Plusieurs outils permettent la sauvegarde dans le cloud. Cloudberry Backup Desktop offre de nombreuses fonctionnalites pour 29,99 dollars.
My conclusion is that it does exactly I want it to do: create a copy of my files in a save place. Using schedules it is just set and forget and hopefully you will never need it
Anyway, I’ve always used CloudBerry’s free S3 Explorer for managing my S3 buckets, but I was still using a version I’d downloaded years ago and never bothered to upgrade, so I decided to see what the new version might offer. Turns out that’s quite a bit, starting with a whole product for backups: CloudBerry S3 Backup.
... with CloudBerry Explorer you can easily say that your Rackspace Cloud Files Web Portal is on steroids
CloudBerry Explorer freeware is an FTP-like file manager that allows you to connect to any number of Rackspace accounts directly and manage containers and files
When the AWS Console emerged we didn’t see users losing the interest in our product as it offers a desktop alternative to a pure web application and it adds value to the console with advanced features.
We use CloudBerry Lab’s cloud storage tools as they provide freeware tools to manage Amazon CloudFront, Windows Azure and other platforms.
CloudBerry Explorer is a free cloud service account manager that lets you manage your OpenStack, Rackspace and Clodo storage accounts from your desktop.
CloudBerry is pretty easy to get started with and then it runs quietly in the background. Whenever you create a new file or edit an existing one, CloudBerry finds it and sends a copy to your Amazon S3 account.
Cloudberry recently added Continuous Data Protection (CDP) to their backup software, including Cloudberry Backup for Windows Home Server 2011. This seems like something I can use to replace my hourly backup so I decided to do some testing... The good news was that my testing showed that CDP didn’t add any significant overhead above the actual file copies.
This is an article on the popular Russian portal featuring CloudBerry Lab as a receiver of Global Startup of the Year award
This round-up mentiones CloudBerry S3 Backup Desktop
Amazon S3: the grandmasterfunk of all cloud solutions. But getting your data onto S3 requires some thinking and will require installing server software, if you have access to do so (for example: CloudBerry Backup Server Edition for Windows users).
A quick Google search found CloudBerry. And, man is this thing cool. Yes, it requires you to set up your own Amazon account and find the access key and secret. But it’s fast, it’s attractive and best of all, the support answers questions via email on Thanksgiving Day.
... if you want to get up and running quickly and easily then I highly recommend the range of products from Cloudberry Lab. I’m using Cloudberry S3 Backup for Windows Server on a few of our servers, and have had nothing but good experiences with it.
Last week I installed a trial version of Cloudberry Backup to evaluate it compared to the S3BackupSystem that I’ve been struggling to use since 2009. I’ve run it 3 times so far to backup all my important files including about 15,000 photos from my Gallery2 photo gallery, and it has worked very well.
I looked for a backup program that adheres to my high quality standards and works with S3. I tried Cloudberry Backup and was astonished that I found nothing to dislike.
Until Microsoft comes up with a background service that ties Azure directly to Windows Explorer, developers say on MSDN, they've been using a tool called CloudBerry Explorer. It's a fairly simple, dual-pane environment in the vein of the old Norton Commander
Before we get into the detailed steps for creating your account, you will want to download the free CloudBerry S3Explorer for Windows. I've found this software to be the strongest
The backup/restore jobs to Azure blob can be configured using various tools in the market. One such awesome tool is “CloudBerry Backup Server Edition” from the CloudBerry Labs
CloudBerry Lab has created an intriguing spate of products designed to make managing cloud storage easier, including file explorers for several cloud storage services; and backup tools for Windows Server 2003 / 2008 (32 and 64-bit)
Thsi is a blog post in Russian featuring CloudBerry Explorer as an advanced Amazon S3 tool
Overall my experience with the product has been excellent and I would highly recommend their products. And the fact that they provide free versions for non-profits and education is a real plus!
At any rate, I told you about the Cloudberry Backup software a few months back, but I wanted to talk about it again
I’ve just been playing around delegating access to some Amazon S3 resources using IAM and Cloudberry explorer
Intel AppUp Store has introduced an application for taking backups and storing it online, CloudBerry Online Backup Lite. The app is available free of charge and provides an amazing backup and restore program using Amazon S3 storage.
Finally I found the Cloudberry explorer and from the first impression I was amazed and simply it turned out that this is the one and only thing that I need to manage all things with my amazon s3.
The best and the most widely used tool for doing this is Cloudberry and best of all its free.
This is a blog post in Japanese explaining how to use Amazon S3 with CloudBerry Explorer
If you are looking to manage multiple backup storage options under one roof, Cloudberry Desktop Backup is a great solution. With easily understood menus and simple to navigate setup and restore options, Cloudberry Desktop Backup is well worth a look. At the very least you can try out the free trial version and check for yourself.
CloudBerry Explorer is a free Windows application, you can use it to create a new bucket, delete an existing bucket ...
CloudBerry Labs offers a 15-day trial so there is nothing to buy to get started.
Overall, I'm impressed with the add-in. It provides excellent value for the price and I'm sure CloudBerry Labs is already working on some of the annoyances that I reported earlier. CloudBerry Backup for WHS is a must have if you’re concerned about losing your precious data and getting off-site for safe keeping.
This review is about the program’s usefulness as a basic, at home, consumer friendly, reliable, easy to set up and maintain, backup program – and in the view of this at-home user, it gets an "A".
I was very pleased to see that unlike Jungledisk, Cloudberry transferred the folder structure and files without putting them in containers. I was able to navigate the folders and see the pictures from the S3 web console. Very cool.
This is a case study on the offial website for Microsoft Russia
What this means is that CloudBerry Backup might not be for everyone, but it might be an excellent tool for its true target. Online backup for businesses and serious power users makes more sense using a storage they can control rather than a private and closed storage owned by the backup company.
The file server data that is a zone that needs protection is backed up nightly to the Amazon S3 cloud with CloudBerry Backup Server Edition. There are two jobs for CloudBerry on this server for the main file share.
Without a doubt, CloudBerry S3 Explorer is the best Amazon S3 management application on the market. The Pro version is absolutely worth the $40 which is why I am giving the software a rating of 5 out of 5 stars.
Con un click sul tasto destro su un file puoi facilmente creare link di download, cifrare il file, visualizzare le propriet? e settare i setting di distribuzione del file. Un client davvero molto completo, comodo e funzionale. Sicuramente da provare e tenere sul proprio desktop.
We have seen a wide variety of third-party tools and toolkits add support for IAM already. For example, the newest version of CloudBerry Explorer already supports IAM.
alle Rechner im LAN sichern auf den WHS und der WHS dann den zentralen Datenbestand mit CloudBerry auf eine Amazon S3 Cloud halte ich f?r enorm stimmig und CloudBerry Backup f?r WHS eine sehr gute Wahl dazu. Kauftipp.
There are a couple of good S3 file managers that can be used to manage S3 files like ... and CloudBerry Explorer (only available on Windows). It’s suggested to use S3Hub (or Cloudberry Explorer) as it implements the features that we mentioned here.
To efficiently back up your data to S3, one of the best options is CloudBerry Online Backup.
A escolha recaiu num programa e num servi?o. O primeiro ? o CloudBerry Online Backup numa edi??o em formato add-in para o SBS 2011 Essentials; o segundo ? o Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).
I’m also using CloudBerry now, because CloudBerry is all that as well as real-time access to your data that is reasonably priced, works really well, and has tons of features.
The answer was a great product called CloudBerry Backup. Its optimized for S3 usage, so it does not use too much bandwidth or space.
That freeware seems to be the most professional solution to manage your Amazon S3, CloudFront, Identity and even Authenticaion Management… Working as a real FTP client, you will have the same experience like managing a shared hosting account.
the IAM facility may not be on the AWS control panel, but there are products like CloudBerry that have automated the task
This software is easy to work with and quite straight forward IMO. A backup wizard is provided to ask you all the relevant questions
My Pick: Again another hands down choice for Cloudberry as the Swiss Army knife of Windows Home Server backup add-ins.
If you're using Amazon S3 for anything you're doing in your business you need to go out and get a license for CloudBerry S3 Explorer Pro. This tool is one of the most useful tools that I have found, not only do I use it daily but I bought licenses for everyone on our engineering team and they all use it pretty much daily as well.
CloudBerry Explorer is a freeware Windows Client for Amazon S3 and CloudFront services.
After setting up and using CloudBerry Online Backup for Windows Home Server for more than 2 weeks I am much more confident that my valuable data is safe and secure. CloudBerry has put together a great service and product with quality and reliability at the top of the list. I look forward to future versions of CloudBerry Online Backup for Windows Home Server when the next version of Windows Home Server is released.
The CloudBerry Explorer PRO tool allows a bucket policy to be crafted than can get very granular, with over countless variables and scripting capabilities for bucket ACL policies.
Blog post in Japanese featuring CloudBerry Explorer
CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 (pictured at right) allows you to control access to individual APIs. Read their blog post for more info.
After having used a few other S3 management utilities, I honestly found that none of them were quite up to par with S3 Explorer’s robust – yet entirely powerful – user interface. In fact, I even said that the product usability and sheer power was “well worth the $40 price-tag” because it allowed you to make the most out of Amazon S3.
There are plenty of backup tools in the market, but CloudBerry Backup has its own niche by allowing you to backup to Amazon S3 and several other services. With the security and reliability of Amazon S3, it really take worries off your mind.
Cloudberry Labs’ CloudBerry Online Backup for Small Business Server 2011 Essentials (code name Aurora) is a program that automates cloud backup and also automates server backup to a network share.CloudBerry Online Backup for Small Business Server 2011 Essentials (code name Aurora) supports Amazon S3 storage, Microsoft Azure Blob storage
A blog post in Chinese featuring CloudBerry Backup
The multipart upload option for CloudBerry S3 Explorer PRO is a nice touch to making big transfers less painful.
First off I recommend Cloudberry Explorer. The latest version provides full-on static Web site support that will allow you to point to direct Web site properties such as index.htm.
CloudBerry S3 Explorer is featured among the tools with Amazon S3 website support.
There are so many more features and abilities it contains, I just don’t have the space to write about! I have been using this for several weeks and never encountered any types of issue. The ease of use was amazing, and transferring my important data really couldn’t have been easier.
Blog post in Russian language featuring CloudBerry Explorer.
Fast, intuitive, and reliable, CloudBerry Explorer is an impressive piece of freeware. The $40 Pro version supports compression and chunking for speeding up large file transfers, and customizable encryption for security.
but not many will know the INCREDIBLE WHS Add-inn I have been using. It’s called “CloudBerry Backup for Windows Home Server” and is a simple Snap in for WHS. ... I can’t recomend the WHS S3 version enough and I have read very good things about the desktop S3 version too.
So, all in all, my impressions of this application are really good ... Hopefully you’ll find this nifty little application as useful as I did!
CloudBerry provide the backup software for WHS but for the online storage of the backed up data you need to have your own account with one (or more) of a list of storage providers such as Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, etc
I have used Cloudberry and Cloudberry Pro for some time and have had a great experience with the product. There is a function within Cloudberry to sync an S3 bucket with a drive on your local computer.
I am happy to report that compared to the free offerings in this space, Cloudberry has a vastly improved build quality, and in general feels more easier to use.
Cloudberry Lab’s Online Backup has many of the same features, but instead of paying a monthly fee for the software, you buy it outright.
One obvious benefit that CloudBerry Lab backup solution has over the KeepVault to me - is the ability to choose preffered online storage provider. Amazon and Microsoft seem to be strong players in the cloud market, therefore I think there is a bigger chance that they and their services will live longer.
Built on the Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) platform, CloudBerry cloud-based backup and recovery services provides features like backup scheduling, data encryption, backup verification and the ability to back up to multiple Amazon S3 accounts. A managed backup service for resellers is in the works.
I finally created the cloudfront configuration using Cloudberry S3 Explorer PRO which allowed me to point Cloudfront to a custom domain name (instead of an S3 resource).
I used CloudBerry Explorer to download the all the log files for a particular bucket ....
Enter Cloudberry Explorer – I have been using this since my first CDN project (2008) and I have found it truly invaluable. You can do most every feature of S3 and Cloudfront, including sub-accounts, custom origins, default objects, object invalidation, and many of the other “new” features in Cloudfront — plus — transfer your files and manage ACLs.
I’m very happy I found CloudBerry Explorer, as it seems to support all new features introduced by Amazon S3 as soon as they are available, and I’ll probably start using it for all my S3 managing needs and not only to sync my backups.
Fortunately, there is a number of very nice graphical tools that allow you to leverage this API very conveniently. I chose to use the excellent CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 to create my Distribution using a custom origin server.
Instead, use CloudBerry S3 Explorer (Windows) or CrossFTP (Mac) for this. Especially CloudBerry S3 Explorer is the perfect agents between your computer and the S3 account
I found a nice utililty named Cloudberry S3 Explorer which had some PowerShell Snap-in I could use. They even had an example script I could use as the base of my script.
... Create a bucket on Amazon S3 using the very useful CloudBerry S3 Explorer. Note that if you are an S3 noobie, CloudBerry can guide you through the account setup
All and all the tool works great and very simple to install and use. It is intuitive.
CloudBerry S3 Explorer is well worth the $40 price-tag simply because it allows you to harness the power of Amazon S3 (and CloudFront) in the most familiar and simplistic interface possible
Further, there are third-party applications such as CloudBerry, ... that provide simple yet effective interfaces for managing the S3 service. What makes many of these applications convenient is the fact that they are very similar to graphical FTP applications, meaning that an end-user could transition themselves relatively easily.
CloudBerry Lab offers a number of light weight, easy to use file utilities to allow you to easily connect to AWS, Azure, Walrus, FTP and something called Dunkel.
S3 has a robust set of features, but Amazon only offers a Web interface, which can be quite clunky. This is where CloudBerry Explorer comes in: it replicates and improves on the functionality of Amazon's Web interface in a slick standalone program. ... But even so, this version of CloudBerry Explorer is the best freeware manager for Amazon S3. If you're still using Amazon's Web interface, switch to some version of CloudBerry Explorer now.
The Amazon web interface does not provide the ability to invalidate a file yet, so I had to find a tool... Another good Windows option is CloudBerry Explorer .
What I can use is web based Amazon Cloud Management Console. This is well developed Web application, but I was really thirsty. Today I found easier application that works on Microsoft Windows 7.
Cloudberry Online Backup was recently introduced in late 2009 and has become a popular online backup service for the Windows Home Server.
Downloaded Cloudberry Explorer and logged in to the system. A few files were uploaded, a few downloaded and links tested left, right, and centre. All worked perfectly, I was most impressed.
It is though generally a bit awkward to upload images to a Amazon S3 bucket and to make them publicly readable. You have to use a tool such as Cloudberry explorer.
Cloudberry Backup is a brilliant backup solution for Windows Home Server ... . It has one of the best designed user interfaces we’ve seen for an add-in, integrating very neatly into the Windows Home Server Console.
I download the newest version of CloudBerry Explorer which supports the new feature and gave it a try.
The following third-party products already include support for this new feature ... CloudBerry Explorer.
Cloudberry Backup is a great application that makes backing up your data online as easy as backing it up to a DVD or external hard drive.
Blog post in Russian featuring CloudBerry Backup for Amazon S3.
But I am techie enough, pay by CreditCard to Amazon and a happy S3 user. So Cloudberry backup is very very suitable for me, and probably for you.
Blog post in Czech featuring Goolge Storage and CloudBerry Explorer.
Blog post in Russian featuring Amazon S3 and illustrating its use with CloudBerry Explorer.
Article in Russian Magazing explainging Amazon S3 and featuring CloudBerry Explorer.
CloudBerry Online Backup provides a powerful Backup and Restore program designed to leverage Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure storage to make your disaster recovery plan simple, reliable, and affordable.
Da es jedoch auch eine kostenlose Variante des CloudBerry S3 Explorer gibt und diese bereits den Funktionsumfang von S3Fox “alt” aussehen lasst, war fur mich der Wechsel eigentlich uberhaupt nicht in Frage gestellt.
Il existe sur internet un outil, nomme CloudBerry Backup for Azure Blob Storage. Etant toujours en periode de beta, mais fonctionnant tres bien, le logiciel est gratuit.
OK, so there’s a bit of streamlining needed in this product – but hey, for the great low price, it’s a pretty good setup. It’s cheap, it’s easy to use, it has a lot of configuration options, and it’s somewhat resilient to abuse.
Chinese blog featuring CloudBerry Explorer for Google Storage
Personally, I love Cloudberry Explorer for Amazon S3, ... It's full-featured and updated regularly, and the free version is amazingly capable out of the box.
There are also a few commercial solutions available. I’ve tried them all and the one I’ve been using exclusively for the past 6 months or so is called CloudBerry S3 Explorer. The biggest draw with CloudBerry S3 Explorer is it’s ease of use.
After few others like ... and few more I found Cloudberry S3 Explorer. It has all I wanted to do with my S3 Account. So let me share with you my experiences
Right now I use S3Fox and Cloudberry to manage my S3 buckets.
Would I recommend Cloudberry online backup? In a word Yes. Very simple to use, some great features even taking into account that I always want more! If it could do scheduled backups from network drives and also let you choose where in your Amazon Bucket you wanted it to backup to I would not be able to fault it.
As part of the Real World Windows Azure series, we talked to Pavel Bondarchuk, Vice President of Business Development at CloudBerry Lab, about using Windows Azure storage services to deliver the company's online backup solution.
Because there can be a profound economic benefit, cloud computing is here to stay, and for those of us wishing to extend our little toes into the ethereal blue haze, there may be no better tool to start the flight into the wild blue yonder than CloudBerry Explorer.
Now they are targeting the data backup and restore marketing with their CloudBerry Backup.
CloudBerry Online Backup for Windows Azure is a great tool to help you keep your files backed up online. It worked very good in our tests, and we were very impressed with the upload speeds to the Windows Azure server.
Back up is one of the most important things when it comes to computers. Having a back up of your data at regular interval is very much needed in this digital world. CloudBerry Online Backup is a very useful tool which provides a powerful Backup and Restore program.
The following third-party tools* are already using the AWS Import/Export API: CloudBerry S3 Explorer now has the ability to create, list and manage Import/Export jobs.
The following third-party applications provide simple tools to set up your distributions for HTTPS access: ... CloudBerry S3 Explorer...
CloudBerry Explorer is a freeware tool which allows you to access Google storage right from the desktop.
Similar to Azure Storage Explorer, CloudBerry Explorer provides a user interface to Microsoft Azure Blob Storage accounts, and files.
CloudBerry Explorer free version has several neat features that will allow you easy and basic control over you Amazon S3 account. The free version may be enough for basic users, but power users will want to upgrade to the pro version, as it includes a lot more features.
CloudBerry Explorer supports multiple S3 accounts and lets you open multiple connections, which you can then easily manage through interface tabs. The program's configuration options also let you tweak the way the program works with files when copying and moving data.
We were very pleased with CloudBerry Online Backup for WHS. It’s wizard driven interface makes it extremely easy to use, and offers comprehensive backup choices for your Amazon S3 account.
The following applications and tools already have support for this new feature: ... CloudBerry Explorer ...
We use our CloudBerry S3 Backup to backup our SQL server database from our StarTeam source code control repository. To protect our database backups from physical disk failures, we decided to conduct periodic backups on Amazon S3 cloud storage
Le premier est un logiciel pour windows du nom de Cloud Berry Lab for Amazon S3
Cloudberry Explorer offers several features that the other two programs do not offer. It is on the other hand a commercial program. Users should take a look at the additional options offered by the pro version. Especially the premium support could be worth the money.
CloudBerry Backup -A backup and restore program that uses Amazon S3. Runs on Windows. Includes scheduling and optional data encryption....CloudBerry Explorer -A file management tool for Amazon S3. Runs on Windows and includes a PowerShell interface.
...program to interact with our S3 storage, for this example, I will be using CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3, Its free ...
Why Amazon S3? CloudBerry Lab has been impressed with the reliability and uptime of S3 as well as its flexibility and commodity pricing.
Folks at CloudBerry Lab have just updated their PowerShell snapin for Amazon and posted a PowerPack at PowerGUI.org.
Enter CloudBerry Lab, and their newly released CloudBerry Explorer v2.0, a Windows application that allows users to manage files in Amazon's cloud as they ...
Cloudberry Online Backup is a great product to use to manage Amazon s3 storage for the individual user. The simple interface allows access to robust features, and the program works quickly and does what it’s designed to do.
So this morning I went and downloaded the free version of CloudBerry Explorer, tested it, and I love it! In fact, I think it is my new favorite file uploader and manager for my S3 and Ezs3 account.
This is a website in Japanese featuring CloudBerry Explorer as a tool to configure AWS Import/ Export
CloudBerryLab gave us 5 full licenses to give away to Miracle Tutorials readers, so this is your chance to win the most versatile S3 Amazon explorer on Windows today!
Cloudberry Backup for Windows Home Server is a solution. This product slots into the WHS console and offers scheduled backup to cloud storage, hosted on Amazon's Simple Storage Service (S3).
After all, you must have some way to get the video, embedded on your site, make it private, etc… There are quite a few extra steps to take in order to get this to work. But thanks to clients like CloudBerry S3 Explorer, this becomes much easier.
We've been working with a number of application and toolkit developers to make sure that the tool and toolkit support for private streamed content is ready. Here's what I know about: ... CloudBerry S3 Explorer for Windows ...
As an extra added protection layer I also use CloudBerry Backup for WHS which I have reviewed previously. This backup is scheduled to run daily and copies my important documents over to Amazon S3 storage.
In this video I talk about the following: * How to use an Amazon s3 account to host your video content. * Using a special piece of software called CloudBerry to manage your uploaded files.
...CloudBerry Lab mit dem CloudBerry S3 Explorer FREEWARE einen kostenlosen Client mit direktem Zugriff auf die Amazon S3 Plattform
Here's a roundup of the tools and toolkits that already support S3 Versioning and MFA Delete: ... CloudBerry S3 Explorer - Windows ...
CloudBerry Lab bietet fur den Windows Home Server eine Online Backup Losung auf Basis der Amazon S3 Technologie, mit der ihr alle oder ausgewahlte Daten und Freigabeverzeichnisse eures Heimservers auf die Amazon Storage Plattform sichern konnt.
The video demonstrating the concept described in the blog post features CloudBerry S3 Explorer.
Don't forget that tools like ... the CloudBerry S3 Explorer ... make it easy to create your Import and Export jobs.
All we need to do is upload the VHD in Windows Azure Storage as a Blob, right? So why not use any of the nice graphical tools at our disposal, like the Azure Storage Explorer from CodePlex, Cerebrata Cloud Storage Studio, or CloudBerry Explorer for Azure Blob Storage?
CloudBerry lets you pick any share or a connected drive to backup. Also you can set a time range when backups can happen...I will probably pay for CloudBerry Backup once the trial is over
These are the strengths of CloudBerry Online Backup: it’s easy, and it works. It’s also got a decent feature set, the team is slowly expanding in response to user requests.
I’d have stopped there but but for having tried Cloudberry Explorer, a terrific free application...
Today I tried another cloud backup solution from CloudBerry. It’s pretty good, and you can use it for file sharing through the public URLs that it create.
CloudBerry Lab propose de son cote une application pour Windows Home Server proposant de planifier la sauvegarde du contenu de votre serveur sur l’espace de stockage d’Amazon.
Please have look in the Member Area and look for de video tutorial: Expiring URL’s with CloudBerry Explorer.
Visit http://www.CloudBerryLab.com and download the CloudBerry S3 Explorer Freeware. This will give you an intuitive and well designed UI to interact with the S3 Service.
... we can use tools like CloudBerry S3 Explorer to browse or download files when needed.
if you are willing to spend a little money (US$39.95 to be precise) you can buy CloudBerry S3 Explorer PRO, which has Versioning enabled.
If you are using Windows, you can use a program such as CloudBerry Explorer...You can think of this program as sort of an FTP client for Amazon CloudFront.
While searching for new options I found S3 Explorer by CloudBerry Lab which is a Windows desktop client for Amazon S3. The S3 Explorer Freeware version offers a large set of nice options.
The new version of CloudBerry Explorer (v1.8) turns on versioning aware mode across all Amazon S3 regions, or just specific buckets, and performs common file operations on object versions as well as recover accidentally deleted objects.
I use CloudBerry's S3 Explorer Pro for managing my S3 content. It's awesome and you should look at it.
The tool is called Cloudberry and it’s a backup solution for Windows Home Server. Used in conjunction with Amazon’s S3 service, it makes for a pretty simple, worry free, offsite backup solution.
CloudBerry Explorer is a free Windows based application which has all the features available that the S3 Browser has and it also support working with the Amazon CloudFront service.
Das CloudBerry Online Backup ist ein Tool zum Erstellen und Wiederherstellen von Backups fur Windows Betriebssysteme. Die Daten werden dazu in der Cloud von Amazon genauer auf Amazon S3 abgelegt, wodurch sie jederzeit und unabhangig zur Verfugung stehen.
CloudBerry is an interesting solution to the cloud backup story. They provide the software that adds the simplicity, automation and client-side piece, while Amazon S3 provides the back-end storage.
Letzte Woche hab ich den CloudBerry S3 Explorer vorgestellt. Heute zeige ich die ersten Schritte und Funktionen, um damit einen Amazon S3 Account zu verwalten.
CloudBerry Online Backup is a PC based backup client that allows you to save your documents to an Amazon S3 backup site. For a month, I tested the CloudBerry Backup and Amazon S3 Hosting before moving to it exclusively. I’ve been impressed with both Amazon S3 as well as CloudBerry’s AS3 client software.
For those of you not using Firefox (shame on you! – kidding) Cloudberry comes to your rescue. Cloudberry is super easy to set up, but first you need to download it.
Der CloudBerry Explorer ist ein Tool fur die Verwaltung von Dateien innerhalb von Amazons S3 Cloud Storage.
I chose to look into three Amazon S3 clients: Cloudberry Explorer (Free), S3Fox (browser based-plugin for Firefox-Free) and Jungle Disk desktop edition ($2 per month).
I’ve been writing my review as I’ve been using the program, and I can honestly say I’m now opening Cloudberry more than S3Fox. I’d recommend this program to anyone looking for an excellent desktop application for managing their S3 content and CF distributions.
There are plenty of Desktop applications you can use to upload your files to Amazon S3. Cloud Berry Explorer is one that I’ve used for a while. It’s free (and there’s a paid version). It works much like an FTP program, but is designed specifically for Amazon.
CloudBerry Explorer For Windows Azure Blob Storage is a Windows .NET UI to manage files on Azure. It provides a two panel side-by-side view for loca/remote storage.
I discovered CloudBerry Lab's great set of tools for managing your own Amazon S3 data storage. What's really exciting, is Cloud Lab has pledged to support Google's file storage soon.
CloudBerry Online Backup for Windows Home Server provides a powerful Backup and Restore program designed to leverage Amazon S3 storage
CloudBerry Online Backup is a slightly different solution from other services we've tried before. CloudBerry sells their backup software for a flat $29.99, which is used to schedule backups to Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).
There is one odd caveat, and that is that individual files can’t be larger than 250Mb. ....it’s probably with appreciation from competitors like JungleDisk, DropBox and Cloudberry.
There are some utilities that can create a distribution for you like Firefox extension S3Fox, CloudBerry S3 Explorer (freeware, Windows-only) ...
If you’re not running Firefox and don’t want to either I recommend you take a look at CloudBerry S3 Explorer or [another product]. They’re both advanced S3 managers. CloudBerry S3 Explorer is Windows-only and for free.
CloudBerry Lab has released CloudBerry Backup version 1.3 - an application that allows users to backup their data online to their Amazon S3 accounts
We’ve compiled a list of essential security tips for S3 users. All tips were tested with CloudBerry S3 Explorer and ...
CloudBerry Backup is now available as a Windows Home Server add-on that integrates with the WHS console and offers scheduled backup to cloud storage hosted on Amazon S3.
In my view, if you use Amazon S3 , you must give Cloudberry S3 Explorer Freeware a try. Am sure, it won’t disappoint you.
I told you about Cloudberry’s Backup Add In ages ago and how much i love it ... Well the add in just received a new update ... I am still using it and it faithfully backs up my important stuff daily.
...CloudBerry has been in touch to say that they have an updated version of their CloudBerry Online Backup Add-in
The first thing is you have to use Firefox (with the Amazon S3 organizer plugin) or something like the Cloudberry Explorer (free). You need to configure these programs to see your account
The online backup service for Home Server users now provides full support for Drive Extender, a backup windows and better support for Volume Shadow Service.
The Amazon S3-powered Cloudberry Backup for Windows Home Server has been updated today to version 1.3.3
Cloudberry Online Backup doesn’t quite follow suit where backup solutions are concerned, as in it’s designed specifically for use with Amazon’s S3 storage system
Since video streaming isn’t exactly child’s play, Amazon also announced that it’s been working with a number of third-party developers...Named third-party developers include BitsOnTheRun, Boto, ..., CloudBerry Explorer,..
Cloudberry Lab appears to the be leading developer of S3 clients. They have a dedicated backup product (CloudBerry Backup) as well as a general S3 bucket explorer-cum-FTP client called CloudBerry S3 Explorer PRO. I liked CloudBerry Backup very much...
CloudBerry Explorer - The new release of CloudBerry Explorer includes complete support for CloudFront Streaming. You can create a streaming distribution, preview the media in the player of your choice, and even generate an HTML snippet using a template system.
The CloudBerry S3 Explorer now supports the Northern California Region.
All business data needs to be backed-up. With CloudBerry Online Backup, you don’t have to worry about disasters because your data is off-site at one of the world’s largest data centers.
have just started using today, but definitely warrants a good try is CloudBerry Explorer for Azure Blob Storage, from CloudBerry Lab Inc. This crew has already a long and solid history of S3 storage management tools, they have recently added Windows Azure to their line-up.
A video that shows how to work with Amazon S3 using CloudBerry Explorer.
For the sake of completeness, another tool which has been drawn to my attention ... is the Cloudberry S3 Backup which works with Amazon S3 storage.
I imagine right about now there are tons of developers doing for Windows Azure what CloudBerry S3 and DropBox did for Amazon S3 – making the Storage API something easy to use and abstracted away.
And while you are happily moving your data back and forth between the Cloud and your local server, CloudBerry Labs wants to ensure that there’s no chance of things going awr.
This is a blog post in Russian about the benefits of CloudBerry S3 Backup.
Les commandes PowerShell d’acces a S3 sont disponibles en installant Cloud Berry Explorer pour Amazon S3.
So if you have a Windows Home Server and are looking for a very simple, low priced and easy to use off-site backup tool it is well worth taking a look at the Cloudberry solution.
CloudBerry S3 Explorer: disponibile per Windows, esiste una versione Free ed una PRO a pagamento (39.99$) con feature aggiuntive. Una feature interessante della versione PRO di CloudBerry Explorer e la possibilita di criptare i files.
A new update this week for the Amazon S3-powered CloudBerry Online Backup for Windows Home Server.
A few weeks ago, I ran an article on Cloudberry’s Backup Service for WHS. I have been using it every day since. And, I have not had a single problem. Its really reliable. Anyway, there’s good news about the service.
Once you created the storage on cloud - there are tools which let you talk to the S3 iterface from your local computer. CloudBerry Explorer is the one I use
The newest version of the CloudBerry S3 Explorer includes full support for this exciting new feature...
If you are primarily a PC user working with Amazon S3, I highly recommend you check out Cloudberry S3 Explorer. The best part – did I mention its a free product?
This is a screencast explaninig how to use CloudBerry Explorer.
And lastly, tools you need to get started with either service are the Azure Storage Explorer, the Amazon S3 Firefox Organizer (0.4.8) or CloudBerry Explorer (for S3 and Azure Blob Storage)
One tool that is available in the space to manage these ACLs as well as other elements of S3 storage is the CloudBerry Explorer.
CloudBerry is a desktop utility to manage and explore Amazon S3. It has easy to use interface to access Amazon S3 account.
A tool for uploading to S3 (e.g. S3Fox, CloudBerry (windows only))
Enter CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3. The good folks at CloudBerry Labs have integrated the S3STAT self-managed setup and configuration into CloudBerry Explorer.
It is a highly consistent service and they are known for their excellent quality products.... Overall the service is authentic and reliable, so wait no further, sign up and back up your files at Cloudberry right away!
I needed an easy way to create and manage my buckets, CloudFront distributions, and S3 files. I found Cloudberry Explorer, and downloaded the free version of it.
The user interface looks nice and is easy to use. It allows you to work with tabs, which is quite useful if you work with multiple buckets. My choice clearly is Cloudberry S3.
An article in Russian mentioning CloudBerry Explorer as the tool that allows almost everything exposed by Azure Blob Storage API.
CloudBerry is a standalone application. Batch uploading is supported, you can configure permissions on files from CloudBerry, and overall I find CloudBerry Explorer to be far more reliable than other S3 clients.
...this is a seriously great tool in it’s free version, and with a really cheap Pro version which allows compression among other useful features, Cloudberry is the one tool you need for Amazon S3.
CloudBerry S3 Backup is a fully functional backup product that can help computer users ranging from private individuals to small and mid size business leverage Amazon S3.
I think the software is well designed, intuitive and simple. I think its an absolute MUST for anyone. You can never, ever have enough backups!!! I feel the price is a little prohibitive and steep, but what price do you put on all your photos and music, etc… Overall, its very good.
Cloudberry S3 Explorer is one popular Amazon S3 client on similar line Cloudberry lab has developed CloudBerry Explorer a client for Microsoft Azure Blob Storage.
Installation and configuration of CloudBerry S3 Explorer Freeware is extremely simple and easy.
CloudBerry Explorer was designed to streamline file management through the addition of a Windows Azure-style interface to Azure Blob Storage.
I got an update from CloudBerry that their Explorer for Microsoft Azure Blob Storage is about to go in to beta.
Cloudberry Labs opened the floodgates and are looking for beta testers to help test the shiny CloudBerry Online Backup for Windows Home Server... I have downloaded and installed the CloudBerry Backup beta version a couple of days ago and my initial reaction is one of awe.
...Then, we enabled a Cloudfront distribution for the bucket using the free tool Cloudberry. ... Cloudberry is great to add HTTP headers to S3 assets.
A few weeks ago I posted that Cloudberry were looking for beta testers for their new Cloudberry Backup for Windows Home Server add-in. Well today is the day that the beta is launched! I’ve just downloaded it and will be using it over the weekend.
That said, with JungleDisk pulling their WHS backup add-in, and HP de-coupling theirs from the MediaSmart Server software, it’s worth checking Cloudberry out.
We mentioned CloudBerry Online Backup back in August, and today they have released a beta release for you to download. The add-in utilizes Amazons S3 storage to provide additional peace of find in case of fire or theft etc by backing up your data to the cloud.
One series of products that have caught my eye is the offering from CloudBerry. This is clearly a fast-moving area as many products are in beta, and we are working with a moving target in the clouds. In my opinion, one of the easiest ways to get into cloud is a second or third tier of storage protection.
The best tool I’ve found so far for managing your Amazon S3 buckets is Cloudberry Explorer, which is available as freeware.
... via commandline with S3CMD, with a UI using S3Fox or Cloudberry S3 Explorer or programmatically ...
CloudBerry Online Backup for Windows Home Server provides a powerful Backup and Restore program designed to leverage Amazon S3 storage to make your disaster recovery plan simple, reliable, and affordable.
CloudBerry Explorer is a easy-to-use free application to manage your Amazon S3 Account. With CloudBerry Explorer, you can easily manage the buckets in your Amazon S3 storage account.
I use CloudBerry S3 Explorer. It is a Amazon S3 explorer. You can manage your file, alot like you’re using FileZilla to manage your file with FTP account. There is a free version, and the free version works like charm for me
CloudBerry Explorer: makes managing files in Amazon S3 storage EASY.
The most recent freeware release of CloudBerry Explorer features CloudFront support. It lets one create and handle distribution, assign CNAMES, or automate the whole process by using Windows PowerShell.
CloudBerry Explorer is availble as a freeware software. We can download it for free. It offers many features we need to manage Amazon S3 account, from a simple to complicated tasks.
CloudBerry S3 Explorer — An application we can install to our computer. It’s a freeware application by CloudBerry Lab.
Well, now the team from that product have taken the next step and have a new product in Beta called CloudBerry Online Backup which, not surprisingly, acts as a front-end for Amazon.
So far, I REALLY like CloudBerry S3 Explorer Pro and when it comes out of Beta, I will definitely be buying a license.
One of the most popular clients available today is the Cloudberry Explorer S3 Freeware which we have extensively tested and evaluated recently.
I was using Cloudberry Explorer (freeware version), which I've been relatively happy with, to upload files to my Amazon S3 bucket.
Cloudberry is another free free file explorer for amazon s3 server... Cloudberry lets you explore, download and upload files on your amazon s3 server.
This is a video recording explaining how CloudBerry Explorer works.
If you are looking for a all-in-one powerful Amazon S3 desktop client, don’t hesitate to give it a try. It can also be used to quickly backup files from multiple accounts to your computer.
...the lads over at CloudBerry Labs packed a lot of features into this little app (for FREE). This app is for sure going into my S3 toolbox and a must have for a .NET developer using Amazon S3 Storage.
CloudBerry Explorer is a freeware Windows Client for Amazon S3 and CloudFront services. CloudBerry Explorer makes managing files in Amazon S3 storage EASY.
I downloaded Cloudberry Backup the next morning. The set up easy. I followed the straight forward backup wizard to create the back up script. I selected all of his files, all 21 GB of them. I fired up Cloudberry Backup and off it went copying his files to S3... Within an hour, his files were on S3. I sent a note to him to download Cloudberry Backup and configure it for my S3 account.
With the announcement of CloudBerry Online Backup, there are now two major commercially supported backup programs for consumers that offer the option of storing your files on Amazon’s S3.
Got an Amazon S3 account? Why not back up your data to it? That's the premise of CloudBerry's (news, site) S3 Backup tool that enters a new beta phase as it gets closer to primetime.
If you’re a Twitter user, and you frequently send tweets that include excerpts from Web pages you visit, you’ll like CloudBerry TweetIE. Given the simplicity of Twitter, you’d expect this Internet Explorer add-on to be simple to use as well–and you’d be right.
Cloudberry, the online backup system which leverages Amazon’s cloud server system, has released a new beta of its interface.
Windows users looking to store less than 30GB should absolutely consider CloudBerry Online Backup when selecting a cloud-based backup service.
CloudBerry, known mostly for their S3 explorer for easily browsing files stored on Amazon’s S3 cloud storage, is making a beta version of their new backup utility available for testing. The new application called CoudBerry S3 Backup will allow users to back up their files to Amazon’s S3 storage service.
Free Windows tool with two panel interface. The killer feature of this program is tabs support, something I miss in Cyberduck. You can have several different sessions to different Amazon S3 accounts, or even S3 to S3 sessions open in the same window. Best free tool for Windows.
There is a plethora of GUI based tools allowing almost FTP like interfaces with your data. CloudBerry Explorer is mentioned in further reading section.
Amazon has some great services available for marketers... my favorite is S3. This Simple Storage Service allows you to save a bundle when you have large media files that SHOULDN'T be kept on your hosting service. Watch this video to see how it works and how to manage the files with free software.
The entire CloudBerry Online Backup data backup and restoration progress is easy with their simple-to-use Backup and Restore Wizards. Meanwhile, the online backup software also comes with Backup storage browser helps you quickly locate a file and restore it. Plus more, it will create a version of the backup files every time the file is changed.
If your files and information are invaluable to you, consider CloudBerry Online Backup. Backing your files online does not require user intervention, for example; no CDs, flash drives, hard drive, or any other movable part.
Voici une petite selection de plugins ou addons pour IE8, compatibles avec la nouvelle mouture de ce navigateur. Certains se sont fait connaitre par leur popularite sous Firefox, on en oublierait facilement qu'ils proposent une version Internet Explorer.
One of the 3rd party tools I was looking into for the video series is from Cloudberry Labs and this one is called Cloudberry Explorer – the freeware version. Well it did not take long before I was hooked.
SYS-CON Cloud Computing Journal expands its list of most active players in the fast-emerging Cloud Ecosystem - CloudBerry Lab is mentioned in the list of the top Cloud Computing Players.
if you who have your own Amazon S3 account you are likely to find this new service quite helpful as it will enable you to share contents of your buckets with other users.
Get a client like S3Fox or a trial of something like Cloudberry Explorer. The latter will let you set HTTP headers in a GUI application.
Cloudberry Explorer provides a user interface to the accounts and files of Amazon S3 so that you can easily store and manage files as you would do on local computer.
CloudBerry S3 Backup is a Windows application that automates backup and restore processes to Amazon S3 secure cloud storage.
CloudBerry Explorer has been an excellent product - relatively bug free for something in early Beta, and I cannot recommend it highly enough. I actually enjoy using it to manage my S3 assets.
CloudBerry Online Backup includes some good features that not all competing solutions offer. You can filter backups, by specifying types of files to include or exclude so you don’t backup unneeded files.
CloudBerry's software will eventually upload to whichever cloud vendor takes your fancy. Every aspect is still in private beta, but support for Microsoft Azure and Sun's Cloud storage is coming. The team are keen to point out that any file that CloudBerry Drive put on your S3 cloud will be accessible from any other S3 browsing.
CloudBerry Backup is a backup product that you can easily install and configure. Backup Wizard will help you setup and schedule your first backup plan in minutes. Intuitive interface provides easy file and folder selection capabilities. Scheduling capabilities automate the backup process.
Last week I wanted something that could easily Tweet sites that I’m reading and be able to add text or notes along with that particular Tweet. Luckily, I found Cloudberry’s Tweet Fox Add On.
CloudBerry Twitter plug-in for IE helps you to post excerpts from the websites you visit with a click of the button and attach a short URL to the source page.
CloudBerry Online Backup is a new online backup service using reliable and fast Amazon S3 computing platform "in the cloud". CloudBerry Online Backup is highly reliable and secure solution giving the best fit to individual users, home offices and small business.
CloudBerry Online Backup is highly reliable. CloudBerry Labs are known for quality products and moreover its based on Amazon S3, which is an excellent online storage service.
CloudBerry Explorer ... This software seemed too good to be true, it did everything that I needed in a free desktop application, and much more. Every feature of Amazon S3 is accounted for as far as I can see – from Access Logging to setting the headers of certain files, it’s all there. CloudBerry Explorer also is amazingly fast, which, coupled with a file queueing system ...
After signing up for Amazon S3 I went hunting for a FileZilla like interface for my S3 storage... I then stumbled upon CloudBerry Explorer. It's really free and worked like a charm.
While I still use the Firefox extension and always have it installed, I find myself using CloudBerry Explorer a LOT more. It is the most full-featured (free) Amazon S3 tool I've seen and I love it. They keep adding little subtle things to that make my process even easier! Check it out today!
In our ongoing series of interviews with players in the cloud computing and Web 2 sector we interview Pavel Bondarchuck of backup service Cloudberry Lab.
If you are looking for a free alternative to monitor your S3 files, here’s a tip - download any of the free Amazon S3 clients (I recommend CloudBerry Explorer) and enable logging for buckets whose usage you want to track.
CloudBerry's (news, site) freeware browser for Amazon S3 has been a big hit since its launch back in March. Now the company is bringing new features and offering extra peace of mind.
CloudBerry TweetFox for Firefox brings micro-blogging to the browser. This Firefox addon for Twitter lets you tweet excerpts you like from websites with a click of the button and attach a short URL to the source page.
I was recently contacted by Cloudberry Lab regarding their upcoming front-end for Amazon’s Simple Storage Service, Cloudberry Drive. The program looks fairly promising as a simple online backup manager.
If you use Amazon s3 storage for disaster recovery of your blog or development projects and were looking for an easy to use reliable backup and restore program, then try CloudBerry Online Backup.
A simple way to turn on logging for an Amazon S3 bucket is to use the Cloudberry Explorer applications to switch on logging for an S3 instance ... Cloudberry Explorer effectively provides a GUI front-end to Amazon S3.
....CloudBerry Explorer from cloudberrylab which is a consumer based backup application that allows you to create space on the Amazon S3 file share.... The product itself was pretty intuitive and not difficult to set up..
CloudBerry Explorer allows you to browse contents of your S3 buckets... There are many features which makes CloudBerry is a great apps for Amazon S3.
CloudBerry S3 Backup is a fully functional backup product that can help computer users ranging from private individuals to small and mid size busines.
The CloudBerry Online Backup is the perfect solution for individuals, home offices, and small businesses that need a backup service that is truly reliable as well as secure.
CloudBerry S3 Explorer is mentioned among other Amazon S3 clients.
Cloudberry Onlinebackup takes care of this need and lets you install it on as many computers as you like and backup your information onto your S3 account and save money over other services and does everything you need
Thanks to some sound guidance from the folks at Cloudberry Lab (who make CloudBerry S3 Explorer - that’s my plug for their freeware Windows S3 app since they were so helpful)
So, what sets Cloudberry apart from other services? Cloudberry is ideal for the advanced IT person who will sniff at the off-the-shelf offerings from Dropbox, Box, Mozy etc. and who wants more control over a bespoke backup service.
This is a free Amazon S3 file browser application that enables creating-deleting-updating buckets, folders & files...CloudBerry S3 Explorer is a must-have for Amazon S3 users.
Well, they listened to me and made the plugin for Firefox called TweetFox. This plugin also allows you to send replies and direct messages to your Twitter followers.
The real star however, is Cloudberry Explorer, which looks just like a regular FTP program like Filezilla but, lets you upload files to your Amazon S3 account!
CloudBerry Online Backup provides a backup/restore program that works with Amazon S3 storage to ensure your data recovery is simple, inexpensive, and reliable.
If you are looking for twitter option in your Internet Explorer 8 than here is CloudBerry TweetIE IE 8 Plug-in. ... This way you can share all interesting links with your fellow twitter followers.
Once the data is stored at Amazon, you can access it using a free browser or FTP client like ... Cloudberry Explorer.
CloudBerry are building a set of Amazon S3 tools, for their S3 Explorer Pro they have two screencasts which show you how to get started.
CloudBerry Explorer – With this tool you can manage files in Amazon S3 storage easily by providing a user interface to Amazon S3 multiple accounts, files, and buckets. You can set up bucket logging to track usage, control, file permissions and delete or temporarily disable CloudFront distribution.
Find a utility that can modify file headers on S3: S3Hub (OS X), Cloudberry S3 Explorer (Windows), or any of the various 3rd party libraries.
While browsing web you come across with breaking news, inspirational quotes, et cetera that you want to share via twitter. Normally we select the excerpt, login into twitter account and then copy-paste the excerpt, which is a time consuming activity.
CloudBerry is home to the hugely popular free version of CloudBerry Explorer, which is a feature complete S3 client, with all bells and whistles. It is a very mature piece of Software, that offers the most beautyful and polished UI of all Clients.
There had to be a better way to manage your files regardless of where they are – and that’s how CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 freeware was born.
a new program called CloudBerry Explorer has been receiving rave reviews.
Actually just about any of the popular S3 tools would do, but I use CloudBerry, and I highly recommend it (here’s the story behind it).
There are a couple of good S3 file managers that provide a visual interface to manage S3 though my personal favorite is CloudBerry Explorer.
Amazon S3 is quite popular these days as a file hosting service. If you use it too, CloudBerry Explorer may be the program you're looking for.
...from Cloudberry Labs Emailed me about some tools for Windows centered around S3 backup that look pretty promising, especially the potential for easy automation via their PowerShell Snapin.
We found that using CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 is the easiest way to enable request logging. Simply install the software, enter your AWS account data and you will see your S3 buckets.
CloudBerry Explorer is an excellent piece of software which integrates with a decent interface. As a follow up to the previous post, I think it’s a worthwhile mention.
CloudBerry Explorer coupled with Amazon S3 is listed as a tool that replaces legacy storage.
The service has been an important catalyst for the development of new web based solutions, and is also attracting other companies that aim to offer a better experience to S3 users. CloudBerry Lab is one of them
CloudBerry Explorer makes managing files in Amazon S3 storage EASY. By providing a user interface to Amazon S3 accounts, files, and buckets...
A number of management services have also been announced, such as the free Cloudberry S3 Explorer, which simplifies the control of CloudFront logging.
The free Cloudberry S3 Explorer makes it easy for you to control CloudFront logging. .... This very handy program has an impressive feature list and should be of value to anyone using S3 and/or CloudFront.
...a recipe called “Scripting S3 access using Microsoft Powershell and Cloudberry Explorer”. He walks you through setting up CloudBerry and Microsoft PowerShell and then shows you a few cool recipes to get you started.
Today i’d like to share my very own LAMP (Linux Apache Mysql PHP) development tool list for Windows....CloudBerry S3 Explorer - very nice Amazon S3 managing tool...
CloudBerry Twitter plug-in for Firefox and For IE helps you to post excerpts from the websites...
This is a blog post in Japanese mentioning CloudBerry Explorer.
The people from CloudBerry Lab has done a very good job with its CloudBerry Explorer application.
CloudBerry Lab is to deliver an online backup solution for home offices, small businesses and consumers. CloudBerry Lab is proud to announce that CloudBerry Online Backup is currently available in beta.
CloudBerry Explorer - This Windows-only Amazon S3 client is very responsive and has the most beautiful interface of them all. With CloudBerry Explorer, you can connect to multiple S3 accounts simultaneously (shown in separate tabs.
This is another article in Czech discussing different cloud platforms including AWS, Mosso and GoGrid and mentining CloudBerry Explorer as one of the S3 clients
I came across a new tool that I would put into my professional or enterprise quality tool set for managing my Amazon S3 data. It is called CloudBerry.
If your head is in the Cloud, this guest writer article from the team at the CloudberryLab, is for you.
This is an article in Czech discussing EC2 and S3 and mentining CloudBerry Explorer as one of the S3 clients
Andy, from CloudBerryLab (a file explorer for Amazon S3), recently posted a comment
CloudBerry Explorer is a freeware Windows Client for Amazon S3 and CloudFront services. CloudBerry Explorer makes managing files in Amazon S3 storage EASY.
The interface is set up in FTP-style, with a split screen allowing file navigation on your computer and in your S3 account. Modeled as breadcrumbs and not absolute file locations, users can quickly jump between sub-folders and their parent directories. A pane on the bottom shows the file transfer progress, but there's a stand-out feature that makes this a serious tool for S3 obsessives.
CloudBerry - Windows Only (requires .NET 2.0) but better support for simulating folders with slashes. This has the more functionality than S3Browser and this is what I would recommend. The user interface is similar to the winscp browser and even supports moving data between one amazon user and another without incuring charges plus using Cloudfront.
Finally, someone has taken the drudgery out of using Twitter. If you wanted to quote a Web page on Twitter in the past, you had to copy the passage you wanted, paste it into a Twitter message, then do the same with the page's URL. Who has time for that? Not the people at CloudBerry Lab.
CloudBerry Explorer makes managing files in Amazon S3 storage EASY. By providing an FTP client like user interface to Amazon S3 accounts, files, and buckets, CloudBerry lets you manage your files on cloud just as you would on your own local computer. And best of all it is absolutely free!
I was searching for some information on S3 and CloudFront and found this little gem mentioned in a comment on a discussion forum somewhere. I’ve started using this tool in favor of [another Amazon S3 cleint]. Its simply brilliant! And best of all, its FREE!
Then found Amazon does not provide any client software (S3 is targetted at developers you see, it is not meant to be used directly by end users). Found a good freeware (CloudBerry S3 Explorer) fat-client which does a great job.
This is a free tool that you download and install on your browser, then simply select some text on the web page, click the Tweet icon and the Twitter icon will open a small popup showing the text and on the bottom left the Chilp.It link
Need I say more than the fact that I have it [CloudBerry Explorer] installed on all my computers? Maybe I do. Well, it is a quick, responsive, extremely easy to use tool to move your files between your computer and your account on Amazon S3.
CloudBerry Explorer is a familiar and easy to use graphical file manager for your Amazon S3 storage. It works on any Windows desktop, supports Amazon S3 and Amazon CloudFront services, PowerShell command line interface and best of all is absolutely free.
So I think twitter fans may need some plugins/applications to spice up their twitter mania. So today I am posting about two cool twitter plugins by Cloudberry Lab.
...but I dont have anything in between to where I can easily manage my S3 files. That is where Cloudberry Explorer for Amazon S3 comes in. I have been using this for the past couple of hours or so and to say the least I am impressed.
TweetIE is a twitter plugin for Internet Explorer. There are a number of plug-ins’ being made for FireFox, but an IE plugin is a rarity. So, it’s a welcome change to see an IE plugin for twitter!
CloudBerry Explorer is free downloadable software that lets you manage every Amazon S3 and Amazon CloudFront feature. It is actually more than just a video publishing platform, as S3 is for all kinds of storage. S3 is not limited to video, even though that has become one of its more popular functions and that is what I tend to concentrate on here at Video Production Tips.
After I installed IE8 on my Windows XP system and found out this cool plugin for IE. The TweetIE is cool and adds value to my IE installations.
CloudBerry Explorer makes managing files in Amazon S3 storage EASY. By providing a user interface to Amazon S3 accounts...
This utility has been released as FREEWARE, which means you are completely free to use it as you see fit. If you are looking for a familiar interface for moving files up and down to S3 then you'll be hard pushed to find something as slick for the price.
Also download CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3. This is a free software to help you store your videos on S3 quickly and easily.
CloudBerry Explorer for S3 provides a powerful and useful interface for interacting with your Amazon S3 environment
CloudBerry Twitter plug-in for IE helps you to post excerpts ...
...the nice and simple Cloudberry Twitter IE Plug-In: -you're surfing the web -you see something you want to Tweet -you highlight it
One of the S3 tools I found which is worth mentioning is CloudBerry explorer for S3. CloudBerry has some valuable functionality that goes beyond simple file transferring between the localhost computer and S3.
In the search for good, stable, and easy to use tools for managing our deployment of content onto S3/Cloudfront, we stumbled across CloudBerry Explorer by CloudberryLab. This is by far the most easy to use, efficient, and feature rich S3/Cloudfront tool on the market right now. The developers are very active in keeping up with new AWS API features, and they make the most of good development practices...
CloudBerry lets you manage your files on cloud just as you would on your own local computer.
I use CloudBerry to upload and check all of the files in my Buckets on S3. This new tool makes keeping your files correct with just a few clicks of the mouse.
...Great because you don’t even have to have twitter.com open as a tab or as a new window so it will speed up your browsing and it will speed up your tweeting
..there was no support for this service, work and testing was not transparent to the developer or simple, and for low-users almost impossible. But the end of this is the first freeware application support Amazon S3 service - CloudBerry Explorer.
Do you see all your cool friends using their fancy Twitter plugin on Firefox? Now you can do the same with Internet Explorer
CloudBerry Twitter plug-in for IE helps you to post excerpts from the websites you visit with
I tried It its running very smoothly on my pc.I encourage all of you to use this product from CloudBerry.
Overall if you are looking to manage your Amazon S3 on Windows PC, I’d go with CloudBerry Explorer...
On my Windows box I think I’ll switch to CloudBerry Explorer, which does not need Firefox (but does need the .NET framework). Both use a familiar FTP-style interface that makes it very easy to upload an download files to and from S3.
Recently I was told about a new tool to work with Amazon S3 service - CloudBerry Explorer. While it is still developing, it has a lot of capabilities...
I gave CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 a try. Nice! Enter your AWS keys and the Cloudberry Explorer interface opens. It looks familiar, like my FTP program. but prettier. I was able to easily access my S3 buckets and upload to them. Yay. Cloudberry Explorer is my new tool to access my Amazon S3 buckets.
CloudBerry Twitter plug-in, TweetIE is a free plugin for Internet Explorer which helps you to post excerpts from the websites you visit...
...compared to some of the other tools that I’ve been using, it looks and works great. I highly recommend checking it out...
CloudBI recently discovered a litte gem called CloudBerry Explorer — from CloudBerry Lab. This is a freeware title that far surpasses the power of anything I’ve used so far.
CloudBerry Explorer is a new Windows application for Amazon S3 which has just been release ...
There are many features which makes CloudBerry is a great apps for Amazon S3. It has the ability for tabbed browsing, so that you can open multiple instances
CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 freeware
Although windows only, this software looked like it might do the trick. It certainly said it would support copies between S3 accounts...
...que te permite subir, borrar y mover tus archivos y tambi?n esta un organizador para Windows llamado CloudBerry Explorer.
...CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 is a nice freeware for Windows with S3/Cloudfront support...
...Lately I’ve been using CloudBerry Explorer, it’s a great app!
The newest Freeware release of the CloudBerry Explorer now includes CloudFront support. You can create and manage distributions, assign CNAMES, and even automate the entire process using the Windows PowerShell
... Cloudberry is a better tool out there to allow you to work with (upload data to) your Amazon S3 account and just works more reliably. ...
...windows machine thou allowed me to download cloudberry explorer which after a bit of tinkering worked perfectly...
Cloudberry Explorer offers an interface very similar to an FTP client application, with which we can access the files of our S3 account and conduct operations with them...
With Amazon CloudFront we can distribute our content hosted on Amazon S3 much faster and with less latency. Here's how to implement it on our site to display a video flv...
Those who are using Amazon S3 will be lucky. To present day existed navigator tools were not be so reach or they are requiring payment such as Bucket Explorer. But now we have a beta of CloudBerry...
found this the other day, its a nice little client for your Amazon S3 account, you can transfer files to and from your S3 Buckets and between S3 Buckets!
Amazon S3 gets a new client based on the Windows platform that enables users to perform multiple tasks in an easy and efficient manner. Named the CloudBerry Explorer, steps into the public beta, enabling users to efficiently manage multiple connections to the S3 server from a single window. This is pretty useful for those who work across multiple S3 buckets, plus giving you an easy way of transferring data across multiple accounts that you might have as well as connect to each simultaneously.
After Jeffrey blogged about PowerShell snapin for GoGrid it did not take too long before a snapin for Amazon appeared. Specifically, the folks at CloudBerry Lab who produce utilities for Amazon services have made available (for free!) 10 cmdlets for Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3)...
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