Amazon S3

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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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Nixsys: The New CloudBerry’s Restore to EC2 Feature Helps Our Offering Greatly

Cloud Chats Nixsys

Nixsys is an American computer manufacturer that offers the highest quality custom-built computers and servers supporting legacy hardware and software as well as all kinds of IT support for small and mid-size businesses. This includes backup and disaster recovery, network & mobile device management, IT consulting and security services. Continue reading

Suredata: It is so Easy to Recover Data and Resume Working with S3 and CloudBerry

Suredata and CloudBerry

Based in Perth, Australia, Suredata Pty Ltd is an IT firm whose mission is to provide all businesses enterprise-grade online, offsite backup solutions.  The company partners well with local government authorities to deliver a service of value to the businesses in that sector and with IT resellers who on-sell their service.   Continue reading

S3 tagging in CloudBerry Explorer 5.0

Amazon has recently introduced S3 Object Tagging. With S3 Object Tagging you can manage and control access for Amazon S3 objects. S3 Object Tags are key-value pairs applied to S3 objects which can be created, updated or deleted at any time during the lifetime of the object. With these, you’ll have the ability to create Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies, setup S3 Lifecycle policies, and customize storage metrics. These object-level tags can then manage transitions between storage classes and expire objects in the background.  The latest version of CloudBerry Backup supports S3 tagging out of the box.
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Working with AWS Snowball in CloudBerry Backup 5.3

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While CloudBerry backup handles rather large volumes of data effortlessly, some concerns still remain with regard to the feasibility of utilizing the available internet connection for such purposes. Naturally, dozens of terabytes (even less) of data would take forever to upload even with a swift bandwidth, let alone a subpar connection. Besides, many Internet providers impose data caps on their users which could clearly impede any attempt at uploading data of volumes upwards of a certain number of terabytes. Thus, it may seem more appropriate to inspect other solutions to this conundrum.   
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