Storm Object Storage delivers a durable, secure, highly available solution for storage needs of virtually any size. With object storage access occurs via API calls to the object storage cluster, which replaces the need to rely on additional servers for dedicated storage.
Here we use the client Cyberduck to interact with Storm Object Storage. Cyberduck is available for download from https://cyberduck.io/?l=en.
- These instructions are intended specifically for configuring Cyberduck for use with Storm Object Storage.
- I’ll be working from a Microsoft Windows 8 desktop with Cyberduck already installed.
Login to https://manage.liquidweb.com and view the details of the Object Store to which you’d like to connect:
To make setting up Storm Object Storage connections easier in Cyberduck we’ve created a new default Cyberduck profile. This profile contains all the preconfigured settings you’ll need to successfully connect to Storm Object Storage and will load those settings into a connection profile.
- Download and save the LiquidWeb Object Storage Profile for Cyberduck.
- Open the connection profile (by clicking on it). This will start a process that adds a Liquid Web Storm Object Storage profile to the Cyberduck interface.
- Once this completes it should open a new Cyberduck connection settings window.
Your Cyberduck app is now configured to work with Liquid Web’s Storm Object Storage. You only need to do this step once, after you’ve done it you can setup new connections to Storm Object Storage as usual.
- Enter a nickname for the connection bookmark. (Optional)
Enter your Storm Object Storage Access Key. Then, close the connection configuration settings window.
- Double click on the connection you just configured to open the connection to your Storm Object Storage.
- Enter your Secret Key and click Login.
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