S3 Backup: The Complete Guide

What Is AWS S3 Backup? Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) allows you to store objects in the AWS cloud. The service lets you store your data using several types of storage classes offering various types of access, which you can employ as needed to build your own backup solution in the cloud. You can use ... Read More

Log4j Vulnerability Guidance

As has been widely reported, the Log4j2 software library was recently found to have vulnerabilities. Cloudian took immediate action and has provided patches to our customers to remediate the issue. Data security is a foremost concern at Cloudian, and our customers have been directly advised by the Cloudian Support organization on the steps needed.  This … Read More

S3 API: Actions, Authentication and Code Examples

What is the S3 API? Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is an elastically-scalable public cloud storage service. It was the first service introduced by AWS in 2006. S3 is based on object storage technology—it stores information as objects, which can contain any type of data, together with metadata that can help identify it. S3 ... Read More

S3 Bucket Policies: A Practical Guide

What Is an S3 Bucket Policy? An S3 bucket policy is an object that allows you to manage access to specific Amazon S3 storage resources. You can specify permissions for each resource to allow or deny actions requested by a principal (a user or role). When you create a new Amazon S3 bucket, you should ... Read More

HyperStore Deployment Patterns

Henry Golas, Director of Technology, Cloudian View LinkedIn Profile When we look at modern application development today, we immediately see a large difference in the organization and deployment of applications. Microservices and containers have become the standard model for development and deployment, compared to the traditional monolithic apps of yesterday. One could argue that the ... Read More

Increase Flexibility and Decrease TCO for Splunk with Hyperconverged Deployments on VMware vCF for Tanzu

  Amit Rawlani, Director of Solutions & Technology Alliances, Cloudian View LinkedIn Profile Increase Flexibility and Decrease TCO for Splunk with Hyperconverged Deployments on VMware vCF for Tanzu By Amit Rawlani Today, organizations face new challenges due to increasing demand for IT resources, widespread adoption of public cloud, and proliferation of next-gen applications. As an ... Read More

Endpoint Data Protection in Distributed IT Environments

Neil Stobart, Vice President of Global System Engineering, Cloudian View LinkedIn Profile In this recently published Information Security Buzz article, I discuss the rapid growth of distributed IT infrastructures and the implications for endpoint backup. Why Safeguarding Endpoint Data in Distributed IT Environments Requires a Different Approach to Storage By Neil Stobart Organisations have long ... Read More

Bringing Cloud-Native Applications to the Edge

With the help of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, enterprises have made major progress in adopting cloud native technologies in public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud environments. The next step is to bring these technologies to the edge. Just like public cloud, private cloud and hybrid environments, the edge will benefit tremendously from better portability, improved agility, expedited app development cycles and minimized vendor lock-in that cloud native adoption delivers. Before this can happen, however, the industry must first overcome a major challenge — the lack of standardization.