Cloudberry Explorer (Cloudberry Lab) And Amazon S3
I hope all is well for you and yours today.
I am in the process of creating a series of video tutorials on using Amazons S3 service for storing and accessing files – any files. Mainly bulky files like videos are best stored on Amazons S3 because when your visitors or customers view and / or download these large files, they would otherwise put a major load on your web sites server – not so with Amazons S3.
I’ve been using Amazons S3 for a while now and have been using S3 Fox Organizer to upload and manipulate the files from my computer to my Amazons S3 account. It is free and works from within my Firefox Browser.
One of the 3rd party tools I was looking into for the video series is from Cloudberry Labs – http://cloudberrylab.com/ and this one is called Cloudberry Explorer – the freeware version. Well it did not take long before I was hooked. Cloudberry Explorer has so much more functionality than S3 Fox Organizer has and it too is a freebie so the price was in my budget.
Here are a few videos I did for Cloudberry Labs on how to setup and use Cloudberry Explorer. I hope you enjoy and learn from them.
Please let me know what you think and if you have any suggestions or questions.
Cloudberry Explorer Install And Quick Tour
Cloudberry Explorer Setup With Your Amazon S3 Account
How To Create Your Buckets With Cloudberry Explorer
Thank you for checking out my videos.