Introducing M-Stream File Transfer Acceleration

Transferring larger files between storage providers can be painful.  Traditional tools copy one file at a time and do not parallelize data transfers.  Users are frustrated with long wait times and satisfying application use cases become a problem. Storage administrators want to see arrays filling data pipes and hitting vendor throughput claims.

M-Stream, a new feature of the SME Enterprise File Fabric, unlocks the potential in existing Distributed File Systems, Network Attached Storage (NAS) and S3 & Swift API compatible object storage systems. Continue reading →

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Simplifying AWS S3 CLI Usage with Aliases

The Storage Made Easy File Fabric provides an S3 compatible API into any on-premises or on-cloud storage whether the storage provider supports the S3 protocol or not.

The AWS CLI is one of the best opensource tools for working with S3 compatible storage.  When working with storage providers other than Amazon, the commands can get lengthy to type.

Simply access with Aliases in Mac, Windows, and Linux

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Mapping Drives with Windows Server & CloudDav

Storage Made Easy offers drive tools for Windows, Mac, and Linux. These tools require installation, and are run as a user. What if you wanted to map a drive letter without installing SME tools? Or desired to give a service a UNC path that would connect to even if a user wasn’t logged in?

Most often Windows Server administrators run services that need access to storage when users are not logged in.  Alternatively, admins may wish not to install 3rd party tools on Microsoft servers. Whatever the reason, Storage Made Easy has you covered.  CloudDav can be used as an alternative to the SME Cloud Drive.

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Play with Docker: Docker containers in your browser

Ever read a blog post or story on a Docker project, and wanted to try it immediately without setting up a Docker environment?  Does spinning up a VM and installing Docker take too much time to just play around?  Maybe your Mac or Windows laptop is running low on resource and you don’t want to close what your working on to start the Docker runtime.  Whatever the reason – Time, Resources, Motivation – I’m going to introduce you to my new favorite Docker tool that will eliminate your impediments to learning or experimenting with Docker.

Say Hello to Play-With-Docker  http://play-with-docker.com

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