CloudBerry Explorer

Access and manage your Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier account. CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 provides a user interface to Amazon S3 accounts allowing to access, move and manage files across your local storage and S3 buckets. File browser for Amazon S3 by CloudBerry is available in two versions – Freeware and PRO.

Support for AWS Glacier Singapore in CloudBerry Backup and Explorer

Amazon has just introduced an addition the the list of its AWS Glacier regions — Singapore. From now on users can use Amazon Glacier in Asia Pacific (Singapore) to reliably and durably store their data at a fraction of the price of regular S3. Here at CloudBerry Lab we naturally stay on top of things and today are updating our products with the support for the new Glacier region.
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CloudBerry Explorer Now Supports Azure Archive Blob Storage

CloudBerry Explorer for Azure is receiving yet another update, making it the first cloud file explorer that natively supports Microsoft Azure's latest blob storage tier — Archival. In this post, we briefly explain what that is and how you can take advantage of it to reduce your cloud storage fees.

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Support for Wasabi storage in CloudBerry Backup & Explorer

The list of available cloud storage services in CloudBerry Backup already encompasses most major players on the market. Today we welcome the newcomer into the cloud storage world — Wasabi. In this article, we discuss how you can use Wasabi as your backup destination of choice in CloudBerry products.
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Assuming an IAM role via CloudBerry Explorer

CloudBerry Explorer enables users to authenticate to Amazon S3 using regular credentials. Taking things further, we've implemented support for IAM roles in the latest iteration of CloudBerry Explorer — release 5.0.5. In this article, we talk about how this mechanism functions and how to assume a role in Explorer.
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Support for larger Azure Block Blobs in CloudBerry Backup & Explorer

Microsoft has recently updated its Azure Storage architecture to increase the size of the maximum allowable block size. The latest editions of CloudBerry Backup and CloudBerry Explorer for Windows have in turn timely gained support for this novelty.

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