CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 Microsoft, Azure, Google Cloud, and OpenStack have each received a minor update, focusing on performance improvements and bug fixes.
Tag: Google Cloud
All of the major public clouds offer identity and access management (IAM) tools. The exact nature of the various cloud IAM tools varies, however. So do their names. This article clarifies that issue by comparing the identity and access management tools and frameworks associated with each of the three major public clouds -- AWS, Azure, and Google. Continue reading
Want to take advantage of geo-redundant storage but are unsure where to start? This article is for you. Below, we compare AWS replication across regions, Azure storage geo-replication and the data replication features available on Google Cloud Storage. Continue reading
Where can you find cloud certifications? If you choose to get a cloud certification, should you obtain one from a certain cloud vendor -- such as AWS, Azure or Google -- or should you pursue a general-purpose cloud certification? Which categories of cloud computing certifications are available currently? Keep reading for an overview of the main cloud computing certifications available today. Continue reading
The 3-2-1 Backup strategy is an approach to increase a company’s crucial data resilience in case of any disaster. The key is keeping several backup copies of data, spread across separate storage sites. This strategy helps to cover organizational needs, such as keeping crucial data safe in compliance with applied government regulations. Continue reading
This post applies to CloudBerry Backup for Synology 1.6 and later.
If you use Synology NAS devices, we would like to bring to your notice a new Cloudberry Backup for Synology feature — support of Google Cloud. It is a business-ready “brother” of Google Drive which can store your backups along with other data. Here you can find details.
This post applies to CloudBerry Backup for QNAP 1.6 and later.
If you use QNAP NAS storage devices, we would like to bring to your notice a new Cloudberry Backup for QNAP feature — Google Cloud support. It is a business-ready “brother” of Google Drive which can store your backups along with other data. Here you can find details.
Today we are going to talk about authentication and authorization with OAuth 2.0 protocol that is used by Google and many other services. By means of it, services and applications like Cloudberry Explorer can get access to third-party systems with no need to disclose user logins and passwords.
The information described in this post will prove useful when using any modern web-services. But we will consider the specifics of Google Cloud Storage authentication.