How to use the AWS CLI with almost any Storage

  The Amazon S3 API has become the de-facto standard for object storage API access.  As such, many software products adopt the S3 API first.  The Storage Made Easy File Fabric provides an S3 compatible API endpoint for any storage backend.  This means that non-S3 storage providers such as Dropbox, Azure, Google Drive, OneDrive, Sharepoint and others can now be accessed via the S3 API.

The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Command Line Interface (CLI) is a command line tool for accessing AWS compatible services.  AWS CLI is one of the most feature rich S3 tools publicly available (Free!!!) .

This article will outline the setup AWS CLI with the SME File Fabric and non-S3 compatible storage providers.

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The Comprehensive Guide to Installing AWS CLI on Windows, Mac or Linux

AWS CLI is a powerful tool from Amazon and it can be used with the Storage Made Easy File Fabric Universal S3 API which we call CloudS3.  The AWS CLI can be installed  on Linux, Windows, or Mac Operating Systems and this guide will step you through how to do that on each of these operating systems.

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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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S3 Compatible Explorer for Mac With Wine

Storage Made Easy’s core product proposition is its Enterprise File Fabric product, which unifies an enterprise’s file storage – whether on-premises or in the cloud – providing federated policy and governance for corporate data.

Customers have asked us if we can break out our desktop apps so they can work directly against various enterprise storage products to satisfy lightweight and specific use cases. To that end we are releasing a range of Drives and Explorers that bring object storage directly to the end user’s desktop. There are versions of these tools for a variety of object storage providers such as Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Red Hat Ceph, Rackspace, Google Storage and others.

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