Linux Enterprise File Fabric App Suite


Storage Made Easy Linux Cloud Tools: Unify your Cloud Files
Features
  • A SaaS file Fabric account comes with 20GB free hosted on Amazon S3
  • 'Virtual' Cloud Drive for Linux OS
  • Graphical Cloud File explorer that enables access to multiple clouds from one 'cloud' file system
  • Upload / Download / Manage cloud files directly from Linux Desktop
  • Graphical synchronisation tools for Linux to keep files in sync with your cloud
  • Works with over 60 Storage Clouds including Amazon S3, RackSpace, OpenStack, Google Storage, Google Drive, DropBox, Cloudian, IBM COS etc
  • Works in existing file explorers and command line
  • Change Storage providers as easy as changing directories!
  • Unified View / Management of files
  • Available for different versions of Linux
  • If you are company and are interested in more, register here for an Enterprise Trial

The Storage Made Easy Linux App Suite are provided as part of the Enterprise File Fabric suite of Apps

The suite is comprised of an integrated Cloud Drive (that uses FUSE), a graphical Cloud File Explorer and also Sync tools to sync cloud files to/from the Linux desktop.

The Linux Cloud App suite can work with over 60 private and public Cloud Storage and SaaS providers.

You can also use the File Fabric Graphical Cloud File explorer or use the Cloud drive directly from the command line. If you use your own file explorers then you can also use the Cloud Drive from there. One of our personal favorites is Midnight Commander which works very nicely with the Linux Cloud Drive!

The sync tools enable file synchronisation from the Linux desktop to the cloud and vice versa. They also support scheduling.

This is version 4.9.4 last updated in October 2018 (List of updates can be found here), which is free to use. Encryption features, the ability to sync more than 3 folders, and access to support is only available to Personal Cloud, Business Cloud, or Enterprise Cloud accounts.

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Please visit the Linux Wiki page for more information on using the Linux Apps.

If you have questions also check out the Linux FAQ section.