The File Fabric unifies private / public storage assets for a company and enables these assets to be accessible from a single entry point, be this through a web browser or through a desktop integrated drive or mobile application.
The File Fabric ships with Audit Event logging that can be integrated with Syslog or that is available as an Audit Stream to plug into solutions such as Elk Stack and Apache Spark.
Whereas the Audit log validates the integrity of the various file events it can present a lot of information and sometimes the ask is a lot simpler such as a directory listing for a companies data assets that are exposed through the File Fabric and that may live locally on site and/or in the Cloud.
This post will highlight the various ways this can be achieved.
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We are pleased to announce that the File Fabric has been added as an Rclone connector in the newly released 1.54 version of Rclone.
Rclone is a free open source command line tool that works across Windows, Mac and Linux to sync and work with remotely stored files.
In concept it is similar to Rsync and Rdiff and if you would like to know more about it you can listen too our recent podcast with the founder of Rclone, Nick Craig-Wood.
The help pages for the File Fabric and Rclone can be found here.
Let’s take a look at Rclone by installing it, in this case on a Linux system via the terminal:
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