CloudBerry Drive maps your Amazon S3 account as a network or external drive to your Windows Server machine. With CloudBerry Drive you can manage files in Amazon S3 directly from the Windows Explorer, the same way as if they were on your local drive.
Amazon S3 is a cloud-based storage service, which make available to store, edit and retrieve Windows Server data in low-cost and save environment. The data is replicated between three different facilities to ensure its safety from disasters and contained in buckets. high level of availability is achieved by using AWS global network and geo-dispersed data centres. There are four major classes within Amazon S3: Simple Storage Service (S3) for "hot" frequently accessed data, Standard I/A — an example of "cool" storage class, Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS) and Amazon Glacier archival platform. Read more about Amazon S3 in our blog.