Both Cyberduck and Mountain Duck have support for hubiC (OVH), a low priced OpenStack Swift storage service. We have made available a connection profile that uses OAuth 2 for authentication to connect.
If you have installed macOS Sierra, you can now use tabbed windows in Cyberduck 5.2 or later. You might want to enable tabs by default when choosing File → New Browser by selecting in System Preferences the checkbox Dock → Prefer tabs when opening documents: Always. New browser windows and the transfer window will then be displayed in a single window frame with a tab bar. You will also new menu items View → Show Tab Bar and Window → Merge all Windows.
Refer also to Use tabs with apps on your Mac.
Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration enables fast, easy, and secure transfers of files over long distances between your client and an S3 bucket. Transfer Acceleration takes advantage of Amazon CloudFront’s globally distributed edge locations. As the data arrives at an edge location, data is routed to Amazon S3 over an optimized network path. In general, the farther away you are from an Amazon S3 region, the higher the speed improvement (up to 300% faster) you can expect from using Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration.
Mountain Duck now ships with a Finder Extension for Mac and a File Explorer Extension on Windows. This allows us to have a context menu in the file explorer. Currently it includes options to copy URLs of files selected on the mounted remove volume and open a Terminal session to the selected working directory when connected through SSH.
Mountain Duck gained the ability to mount remote volumes as read-only and forbids writes to the remote server on the operating system level. This will pose most useful to users mounting productive environments and will want to make sure nothing is written to the server but files are only readable.
Support for Spectra BlackPearl Deep Storage Gateway (Spectra S3) is available with Cyberduck 5, allowing users to move data to tape library storage managed by Spectra S3 interface fast using multiple connections achieving 1000MB/s with a 10GbE network link.
Refer to the wiki for usage instructions.
Spectra BlackPearl integration with Cyberduck open source tool enables unlimited choice in public cloud storage and private cloud local storage in one platform
BOULDER, Colo.—July 20, 2016— Spectra Logic, the deep storage experts, today announced the certification of the Cyberduck open source client software tool with its BlackPearl™ Deep Storage Gateway. The Cyberduck universal file and object storage management tool combined with Spectra® BlackPearl enables fast file transfers between primary storage, local tape and disk-based private clouds, or to any public cloud provider.
The integration of Cyberduck as a certified BlackPearl client gives users the power of direct drag-and-drop data moves between BlackPearl objects that reside on Spectra’s ArcticBlue™ disk or tape libraries, and multiple online cloud object stores. Using Spectra’s private cloud ecosystem means that infrequently accessed data can be archived to disk or tape for pennies per gigabyte, reducing the storage and recall fees associated with a pure public cloud strategy, now with a simplified and familiar Cyberduck interface.
Cyberduck integration provides the ability to seamlessly and simply move data between previously disparate storage platforms including local file systems, remote FTP systems, and a host of public cloud storage, including Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Google Cloud Storage and Drive, Microsoft Azure, Rackspace Cloudfiles and iRODS. Each system can be loaded in its own Cyberduck window and data moved between any of them.
“Cyberduck provides a wonderful interface to remote files using standard and cloud API protocols,” said beta user, Mike Warfe, Assistant Director, University Technology, [U] Tech, Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure, Case Western Reserve University. “The integration with the Spectra Logic BlackPearl has enabled our researchers at Case Western Reserve University to have an additional option for storing their data on-premise, instead of the public cloud. This provides value through leveraging our campus bandwidth, and the university’s cyber infrastructure.”
The new Cyberduck BlackPearl integration simplifies data management. BlackPearl uses internal management policies for different storage devices, enabling the system to write data intelligently to different tape libraries, tape partitions, and nearline and online disk. This management feature, called Advanced Bucket Management (ABM), allows BlackPearl to control where and how data is written.
Cyberduck version 5.0 is a standalone application for both PC and MAC platforms and can be downloaded directly from the Cyberduck website or Spectra Logic’s Developer page and is free for Spectra customers.
“End users turn to the cloud to capture a backup copy for disaster recovery, or to create genetic diversity in their backup environment where multiple copies of data are preserved on different mediums in separate locations,” said Matt Starr, Spectra Logic’s CTO. “The Cyberduck integration gives customers the ability to move files quickly to a deep storage platform with a tool they are already familiar with, creating a flexible and powerful cloud strategy.”
Server side encryption (SSE) for stored files is supported and can be enabled by default for all uploads in the S3 preferences or for individual files in the File → Info (⌘-I) → S3. AWS handles key management and key protection for you. Cyberduck previously supported server-side encryption using SSE-S3 where files are encrypted with a default key managed by S3 using AES-256.
Cyberduck 5.0 and later now supports the use of private keys used for servers-side encryption of files uploaded to S3 managed in AWS Key Management Service (KMS). The dropdown list in the Info panel allows to choose from all private keys managed in AWS Key Management Service (KMS). This requires the kms:ListKeys and kms:ListKeys permission for the AWS credentials used to connect to S3.
You can give it a try in the latest snapshot build.