CloudBerry Drive

Mount and access cloud storage as a network drive on your local computer. CloudBerry Drive supports over 20 different cloud storage providers including: Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Azure Blob Storage, Google Cloud Storage, Rackspace Cloud Files, OpenStack powered storage and more.
Map cloud storage as a network drive on Windows Server 2003/2008/2012 with CloudBerry Server Drive.

Announcing the CloudBerry™ Forum!

Since I started here at CloudBerry one of the questions I kept asking was “why don’t we have our own forum?” The answer was that we used to have a forum several years ago but that was before we had a lot of customers. Participation was low and it wasn’t deemed as a necessary resource at the time so the forum was closed. Now that we have tens of thousands of customers and we see questions come up in popular places like Reddit, Spiceworks, Server Fault and others, we feel it’s time to offer our customers a CloudBerry specific place to ask questions and get answers. Continue reading

How to Use Amazon S3 Cost-Effectively

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The benefits of Amazon Web Services are directly proportional to the number of ways to use it. It’s not unusual for the business to allocate a limited budget on cloud storage, but never use it to the max. Then it turns out the company uses several paid solutions for a bunch of tasks that can be accomplished with AWS.

We’ve prepared an Amazon S3 use case list that will help you take the most out of it in your workflow.
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Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration in CloudBerry Drive

Note: this post applies to CloudBerry Drive 2.3 and later.

Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration is a new built-in feature of Amazon S3 announced recently. When enabled, it speeds up data transfer to Amazon S3 bucket to up to 6 times. We supported this new feature in CloudBerry Drive. Here we are going to explain how to enable Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration in CloudBerry Drive.  Continue reading

CloudBerry Drive 2.2.2 Now Supports Amazon VPC

Introduction

As you may know, one of the leaders on the cloud market, Amazon company, offers Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). It is an isolated AWS segment which represents a virtual network managed by your team. Now it is fully supported by Cloudberry Drive.

Here you will find a brief feature explanation and guidelines how to connect your Amazon VPC to Cloudberry Drive.

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Introducing CloudBerry Drive 2.2.1 with new enhancements

We are pleased to announce a new version of CloudBerry Drive which features the following changes:

  • Support of AWS Asia Pacific (Seoul) region
  • Support of AWS Standard-IA storage class
  • Support of Azure China

Let us explore them in more detail!

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