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CloudBerry Lab has released CloudBerry Backup version 2.3 -- an application that allows users to backup their data online to their cloud storage accounts such as Amazon S3, Windows Azure and Google Storage. Disaster recovery planning is often times an afterthought that comes to light when disaster strikes. Very seldom do companies fully recover from loss of critical data which could lead to loss of business. CloudBerry Backup provides a powerful Backup and Restore product designed to leverage Amazon S3 reliable and secure online storage to make your disaster recovery plan simple, reliable, and affordable. New version of CloudBerry Backup comes with an ability to back up only the modified blocks of the files to the Amazon S3 making the overall backup process faster and more efficient. Block Level Backup is useful if you want to copy large files such as SQL Server Bac... (more)

How to copy files to Amazon S3 in background with CloudBerry Explorer

Sometimes you have to copy a lot of files to your Amazon S3 account. For instance you want to move your static HTML files and images off your hosting provider to Amazon S3 to take advantage of reliable and secure storage, cost efficiency and CloudFront CDN or you simply want to backup your files to S3.  CloudBerry Explorer can help you to make it easily and quickly.   Note: this post assumes that you are familiar with CloudBerry Explorer. if you don’t we urge you to download it for free at http://s3explorer.cloudberrylab.com/ Introducing copy queue Chose you source and destinatio... (more)

How to host Media Files on Amazon S3 and CloudFront with CloudBerry Explorer (part 2)

This is a second part of our article on how to host content of your website on Amazon S3.  In this post we will discuss the advantages of storing media content of your website using Amazon CloudFront service and how CloudBerry Explorer can help. Overview If you want to learn how to get your Amazon S3 account you can read our previous post here .  I also highly recommend reading the first part of this article that explains why you may want to host your media content on Amazon S3 and how to do that with CloudBerry Explorer. In this article we will go beyond that and explain how you... (more)

How to manage Amazon CloudFront logs with CloudBerry Explorer

CloudBerry lab is trying to keep up with the fascinating pace of the innovations that are rapidly introduced by Amazon Web Services team.  We are excited about the introduction of CloudFront Access log and glad to announce that we support it in CloudBerry Explorer What is CloudFront Access logging? CloudFront access log helps you to understand what kind of request served by your CloudFront distributions over time. Access logs are activity records that show you details about every request delivered through Amazon CloudFront. It is similar to the log file that popular web servers su... (more)

Copy files from FTP to Amazon S3 with CloudBerry Explorer PRO

A few weeks ago CloudBerry Lab started the first beta of CloudBerry Explorer PRO for Amazon S3. In the PRO version of CloudBerry Explorer we are going to offer some advanced functionality on top of basic functionality offered in our freeware version. Among pro features are Compression, Encryption, Chucking and FTP support. In our previous post we will talked about the first three and now we will explain how FTP support works. FTP support FTP support has been by far one of the most sought after feature that Amazon S3 users asked on Amazon forum and when sending feedback to our sup... (more)