Join CloudBerry & Amazon Web Services for a webinar on Tue, Jun 26, 2018 at 10:00 AM PDT where we will discuss the combined solution for Backup-as-a-Service (plus a customer who tells his own story).
The covered topics:
- Overview of the CloudBerry Managed Backup Solution for MSPs
- Cost-effective data management in Amazon S3 and Glacier
- Real customer story from the customer himself
ITAR is a set of rules that regulates your data management when your company deals with US military organizations. In this article, we are going to cover what ITAR compliance means, why you need ITAR-compliant cloud storage, and when it may be necessary for your company’s operations. Continue reading
CloudBerry Drive has been updated with support for the recently added Amazon S3 region.
With more than 12,000 attendees, AWS Summit in London 2018 was the biggest EU AWS event they ever held. Here's a short recap of the conference from CloudBerry Lab point of view. Continue reading
CloudBerry solutions for Mac cloud backup and Linux cloud backup have been updated with support for Amazon's latest S3 region and compatibility with the latest Ubuntu release. Continue reading
CloudBerry Explorer, Amazon S3 browser for Windows, has been updated with support for Amazon’s new Osaka-Local region and their new storage class — One Zone-Infrequent Access.
Updated on 4/05/2018
For different usage scenarios, Amazon Web Services offers different storage classes. This allows to reduce the storage costs for data which is rarely used, and doesn’t require instant access. All the classes have a high level of reliability and support SSL data encryption during transmission, but differ by their cost. This article will outline where and which class is recommended for use, and what the difference between Amazon S3 storage classes is.
On the 4th April 2018, Amazon Web Services hosted an annual summit in San Francisco. This year Amazon has bolstered the security of its services and decreased prices for storage. We are going to overview main features, that were announced during the keynote. Continue reading
Should you back up data to the cloud? The answer will depend on a variety of factors specific to your situation, of course.
In general, however, cloud backups are a good idea. In most cases, you can benefit from cloud storage cost savings by performing backups in the cloud. There are other advantages of cloud backup, too, such as easier access to data.
This article explains why cloud backups can, in many cases, be more cost-effective, provide faster data restoration and deliver higher rates of availability than on-premise backups. Continue reading
Creating a website used to be a laborious and costly effort back in the day. Registering a domain, arranging hosting, and configuring DNS settings were usually done through different companies, which made it difficult and time-consuming to create a website from scratch. Those days are thankfully over, as companies like Amazon now offer comprehensive functionality when it comes to creating and maintaining a website. Continue reading