This post applies to CloudBerry Box 1.5 and later.
We are glad to announce that the latest release of CloudBerry Box supports OpenStack storage! You can now securely synchronize your data between multiple computers via your own OpenStack storage account.
Configure CloudBerry Box for OpenStack
1. Right-click on the "CloudBerry Box" icon in the system tray and navigate on Options.
2. Go to the Storage Account tab, select OpenStack or a specific OpenStack compatible storage from the "Storage Account" drop-down menu. CloudBerry Box now supports IBM Softlayer, HP Cloud, Oracle Cloud Storage, Rackspace, CloudA.
Note: there is a size limit for a single file - it is 500MB.
That's it! Now CloudBerry Box is connected to your OpenStack storage account and you can use it to synchronize your data between remote computers.