How to Configure Cyberduck for Use with Storm Object Storage

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.

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  • I’ll be working from a Microsoft Windows 8 desktop with Cyberduck already installed.

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How To Add a Record With the DNS Zone Editor in cPanel

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to cPanel, and are starting on the home screen.

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  1. Let’s learn how to add an “A record” with the DNS Zone Editor.cpanel-paperlantern-14-dns--02
  2. Click the “Simple Zone Editor” icon.cpanel-paperlantern-14-dns--03
  3. Select the domain you want to edit.cpanel-paperlantern-14-dns--04
  4. Then enter the “A Record”, followed by the IP address you want it to point to.cpanel-paperlantern-14-dns--05
  5. Click Add a Record.cpanel-paperlantern-14-dns--06
  6. That’s it! We’ve successfully added an “A Record” to our domain.cpanel-paperlantern-14-dns--07
  7. You can see the new record listed here at the bottom …cpanel-paperlantern-14-dns--08
  8. Which is also where you can click to delete the record when it’s no longer needed.cpanel-paperlantern-14-dns--09

 

How to Resize a Server

Upgrading your Storm® server is a simple process, and can be done in just a few satisfying clicks. Upgrades are a necessity. You work hard on your blog, or ecommerce store, and the traffic grows! Once you’ve optimized your WordPress site or Magento store, reward yourself with an easy upgrade process and increase the available resources to your Storm® by following the steps below. This process can be followed for Storm® VPS or Storm® Dedicated servers.

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How to Reboot a Server via Manage

Rebooting a server in Manage has been made incredibly easy, and only takes a few clicks. Further simplifying the process, multiple servers can be rebooted at the same time!

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How to Upgrade Your VPS

Upgrading your Storm® VPS (Virtual Private Server) is a simple process, and can be done in just a few satisfying clicks. Upgrades are a necessity. Let’s face it, you work hard on your blog, or ecommerce store, and the traffic grows! So, once you’ve optimized your WordPress site or Magento store, reward yourself with an easy upgrade process and increase the available resources to your Storm® VPS by following the steps below!

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How to Configure awscli for Use with Storm Object Storage

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 awscli to interact with Storm Object Storage. If you don’t have awscli installed then you can follow these instructions: How to Install an Object Storage Command Line Interface (awscli)

Storm Object Storage 101: Command Line
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  • These instructions are intended specifically for configuring awscli for use with Storm Object Storage.
  • I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 7 server with awscli installed.

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How to Use Basic AWS CLI Commands with Storm Object Storage

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 AWS CLI to interact with Storm Object Storage. If you don’t have AWS CLI installed then you can follow these instructions: How to Install an Object Storage Command Line Interface (AWS CLI)

Storm Object Storage 101: Command Line
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  • These instructions are intended specifically for using Storm Object Storage.
  • I’ll be working from a Liquid Web Core Managed CentOS 7 server with AWS CLI installed, and I’ll be logged in as root.

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