Looking for an open source storage solution that combines the convenience of file systems with the scalability and performance of block storage? If so, open source object storage solutions are the answer.
This article discusses and compares the offerings of several object storage vendors in the open source space.Continue reading →
The latest version of CloudBerry Explorer for OpenStack is out, featuring a revamped chunk upload mechanism. Needless to say, the files now take appreciably less time to upload. Read on to learn more about the novelty. Continue reading →
CloudBerry Drive 2.3.3 has been released. The latest iteration packs a number of welcomed bug fixes as well as support for internal URL use for OpenStack-esque cloud storage services. Continue reading →
We are glad to introduce the updated CloudBerry Backup 5.1 with some great features included. We implemented a possibility to exclude files from image-based backupand you can now resize NTFS partitions during image-based restoration.
Let’s take a look at other nice surprises waiting for users in the new version.Continue reading →
We are constantly working on our Linux cloud backup solution and the new version 1.8 is now ready to download! There are some GUI and under-the-hood improvements, alongside with support of S3 compatible cloud storage, Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration and Amazon S3 China region. Continue reading →
We are constantly working on Mac version of CloudBerry Backup and the new version 1.8 is now ready to download! There are some GUI and under-the-hood improvements, alongside with support of S3 compatible cloud storage, Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration and Amazon S3 China region. We have also included the option to prevent Mac from sleep mode while backup is in progress.Continue reading →
This post applies to CloudBerry Backup 4.0 and later.
Windows Server 2012 Core Edition saves computing resources of the machine by cutting down such features as graphical user interface and inessential services. Nevertheless, user data still needs to be kept safe. In this post we will find out how to install and configure CloudBerry Backup on Windows Server Core.Continue reading →
To continue our conversation about authentication and authorization, we took a decision to consider OpenStack Keystone. This technology allows to make sure of the user’s identity and enhance security of requests sent to OpenStack Services API without making outside access more complicated.
This article will be of use to everybody who wants to get an idea about OpenStack authentication and take a close look at its basic principles and logic. Continue reading →
This post applies to CloudBerry Backup for Synology 1.5 and later.
We'd like to inform that CloudBerry Backup for Synology 1.5 now supports Microsoft Azure Blob and OpenStack storage along with Amazon S3. To get started with CloudBerry Backup for Synology, check out our blog.