Exoscale is a Swiss-based cloud services platform providing hosting and infrastructure services, including storage, throughout central Europe. This article walks through adding Exoscale object storage to the Enterprise File Fabric. For information on launching the Enterprise File Fabric from on the Exoscale cloud platform itself see Getting Started with Exoscale.by
In the second episode of our podcast series “Storage Masters” we have focused on the challenges of cloud and object storage integrations and how this can be tackled.
Our guest speaker for the second episode of “Storage Masters” is Nick Craig-Wood, developer of the open-source Rclone, a command line program to manage files on cloud storage.
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Metadata is in basic terms, data about other data. We can think of Metadata is similar to an iceberg, on the surface is what is visible ie. the file with basic information such as time, date etc, but beneath the surface is a wealth of valuable data which can make finding and working with certain types of data easier.
Is it difficult or impossible for all your users to search and access content stored in different locations on different technologies? In our next webinar aimed to creatives within the Media and Entertainment industry, together with Backblaze we will show you how to:
One of the key, powerful features of the Enterprise File Fabric is the ability for teams to simply and easy share and collaborate on files for the projects they are working on together, whatever the underlying local or cloud storage. This can easily be teams that are located in the same building, within the same continent or even across the planet from one another. The best part is that while the File Fabric can power this collaboration within an organization, it can also bridge the gap and securely allow teams across companies work on the same documents.
In this post, we’ll take a look at Shared Team Folders, allowing intra-organizational teams to work on the same file sets. Future posts will look at link and folder sharing, when you need to collaborate inter-organizationally.
Rackspace® Cloud Files provides fast, scaleable and cost-effective object storage for applications, but it isn’t easily accessible for end users. Which is why Storage Made Easy® has released their Cloud Drive for Rackspace.
CloudZip enables users to download zipped copies of their folders in .zip, .tar, or .tar.gz formats.
Ito works for any of the on-premises or on-cloud endpoints that are mapped to a File Fabric Account.
Slack is a cloud-based collaboration tool which many teams and organisations already use as a collaboration hub. The File Fabric is a ‘single pane of glass’ fo unstructured file data, be that on-clodu or on-premises and it makes using, sharing, and accessing these files ultra secure. The File Fabric Slack connector brings together the best collaboration hub with the best File hub !
Although the File Fabric can be used with web based document editors and can facilitate desktop editing using the unique CloudEdit feature, sometimes all you want to do is jot down a quick text note.
You might not be aware that The File Fabric has this facility built in, without the need for a third party note taking application.
Last week I told you about the new SME File Fabric Workflow Approval feature. Today’s topic is another new collaboration feature, Share for Edit.
Storage Made Easy provides a plugin for Mac Mail in which you are able to create and share secure trackable links to files instead of file attachments (the same feature is also available for Microsoft Outlook on Windows).
In part 1, we set up the SME appliance with a Microsoft DFS Storage Provider. Today we will continue the setup, enabling AD user authentication, corporate shares, department shares, and home directories for each user.
This article assumes you followed along in Part 1 and met the prerequisites there, in addition you’ll need a few more shares configured on your fileserver, and a few users and groups configured in Active Directory.