The Enterprise Storage Podcast | Storage Masters Episode #2: Investigating Rclone. A conversation with Nick Craig-Wood, developer of the open-source tool Rclone, a command line program to manage cloud storage files.

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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Enterprise File Fabric 2020 Highlights – Remote Working

During 2020  companies have had to adapt to the new-normal situation of employees working remotely.

Access to company data coupled with secure collaboration and compliance monitoring became a key requirement of a companies digital transformation strategy. To strengthen support for this new way of working the Enterprise File Fabric strengthened its core feature set.

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File Fabric Metrics Monitoring and Visualization using Grafana, InfluxDB and Telegraf

What has my CPU usage looked like over the past month? How has my HTTP response time changed after on-boarding a bunch of users? How’s my database volume doing for free space after adding a new provider? These are all questions many File Fabric Customers end up asking themselves, and often have to jump into the command-line to run Linux commands to try to piece that information together.

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New Update of the Enterprise File Fabric: Strengthening Remote Working and Cybersecurity Features for a Company’s Existing File and Object Data

We recently announced a new release of the Enterprise File Fabric. Probably one of the most exhaustive updates so far. Focusing on pandemic related feature enhancements on remote working and cybersecurity, and providing a powerful combination of privacy and collaboration that works with a company’s existing file and object data sets.

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Data Management and Collaboration for Ceph and File Based Data Storage – ITRI and the Enterprise File Fabric Case Study

ITRI (Taiwan Industrial Technology Research Institute), is a world-leading applied technology research institute which is also a key player in autonomous vehicle development.

Its technology combines real-time positioning, mapping technology, machine learning, and a range of sensors to simulate driving and capture test data in real world situations. This process generates massive amounts of data that need to be analyzed quickly and precisely, and here is where the the Storage Made Easy (SME) Enterprise File Fabric comes into play.

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CISO Bulletin: Multi-Cloud Authorization With the Enterprise File Fabric™

In a recent post about authentication with the Enterprise File Fabric™  I briefly mentioned authorization and committed to a follow-up post on that topic.  This post explains how the the File Fabric’s authorization features are used to manage user access to directories and their contents on the storage that is attached to the File Fabric.  As we’ll see, the File Fabric can use the groups that are set up in  authentication system to create a unified security structure that spans all storage.  Additionally, for some resources,  the File Fabric can import and use established  user authorizations  and also allow the storage’s native access controls to govern users read and write actions.

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CISO Bulletin: Using Strategic Authentication Solutions With the Enterprise File Fabric™

The Enterprise File Fabric™ has a very good internal authentication system.  It uses a strong one way hash function, salts the passwords before it hashes them, and stores the hash values and not the passwords.  If the File Fabric was the only asset for which an enterprise required access control, then there would be no need for additional authentication options.

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