Cyberduck is a free file management tool that enables cloud storage on Openstack Swift (object storage).
Supported Operating Systems:
Windows XP and above,
OS X 10.7 and above.
OS X x64 Intel platform
In order to access the Cyberduck application, it is necessary to have a Openstack cloud account and create an object storage container. When a user account is created over Skyatlas, it is possible to access object storage 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.
For OS X
The installation file of the free version is installed on the compatible operating system and the steps in the screenshots below are applied for Skyatlas object storage access.
After the installation, the application is opened and the window to enter the connection information is opened by selecting Open Connection from the File menu. Swift (OpenStack Object Storage) is selected from the list in the page that opens.
Connection information is entered into the fields on this screen, respectively, as follows.
-Server Name field, Without URL /v2.0 in the Identity line on the page,
-Tenant ID: Skyatlas username in the Access Key field,
- Secret Key field, Skyatlas user password
- Open the More Option section, enter /v2.0 in the Path field and open the connection with the Connect button.
-Then, the section after the AUTH_ prefix of the URL in the Object Storage line listed on https://launch.skyatlas.com/project/access_and_security/?tab=access_security_tabs__api_access_tab page is entered into the Tenant Name field on the pop-up screen and a connection is provided with the Login button.
After the connection is made, the following screenshot appears.
After this point, the folders and files in the container created on the object storage can be viewed and operations such as file upload and deletion can be performed.
The URL required to share the uploaded files can be retrieved by right clicking on the file and clicking the Copy URL option. (URL becomes inaccessible when object storage container is not public.)