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CloudBerry Explorer for Skyatlas Object Storage (Windows)

CloudBerry Explorer for OpenStack Storage is a free file management tool that enables cloud storage on Openstack Swift (object storage).

 

Supported Operating Systems:

Windows 7 and above; Windows Server 2008 and above

 

System requirements:

Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, 1.4 GHz 64-bit processor

512 MB RAM, 32 GB minimum disk space

Gigabit (10/100 / 1000baseT) Ethernet adapter

 

Setup

In order to access CloudBerry Explorer for OpenStack Storage application, it is necessary to have an Openstack cloud account and create an object storage container. When a user account is created over Skyatlas, it is possible to access object sotrage over the application with the same account.

 

Note: When creating the object storage container, it must be marked as Public.

 

You can access the installation file of the application via the following URL.

http://www.cloudberrylab.com/free-openstack-storage-explorer.aspx

The installation file for the free version is installed on the compatible Windows operating system and the steps in the screenshots below are applied for Skyatlas object storage access.

 

When the application is opened, the user name and e-mail fields are entered for the Cloudberry free activation record. If desired, this step can be completed later with the Register Later button.

After the application is opened, the screen where Skyatlas user account information will be entered opens by selecting New Openstack Account from the File menu.

- User name field, E-mail address with Skyatlas username 

- Api key field, Skyatlas user password 

- in-Authentication service field, URL in the Identity line on the page, https://launch.skyatlas.com/project/access_and_security/?tab=access_security_tabs__api_access_tab

-Tenant ID field, the part after the AUTH_ prefix of the URL in the Object Storage line on the same page is entered and the account is added with the OK button. If desired, you can check whether the connection is successful or not with the Test Connection button.

--Keystone version should be 2.

After the connection is made, the following screenshot appears.

After this point, by displaying the local system folders and files on the left side and displaying the container created on Skyatlas object storage on the right, operations such as file upload and deletion can be performed by establishing a source-target relationship.

The URL required to share the uploaded files can be retrieved by right-clicking on the file and clicking the Web URL option. (URL becomes inaccessible when object storage container is not public.)



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