Cloudwatt based on OpenStack service for Mac users
OpenStack is a free, open-source software platform for cloud computing for private and public clouds that consists of interrelated components controlling various multi-vendor hardware pools of processing, storage, and networking resources throughout a data center. Users can manage the platform via a web based dashboard or command line tools, or RESTful services. Many cloud providers rely on OpenStack because it offers openness and interoperability through the open APIs, as well as active communication with over 3000 daily contributors and its innovative ecosystem.
Multiple cloud services are based on OpenStack technology and offer its innovative and reliable mechanisms to their clients. One of them is Cloudwatt – a public cloud that offers infrastructure as a service (IaaS) as well as concrete solutions to cases like Big Data and one-click application deployment.
Doesn't matter if you are using Cloudwatt for business or for personal needs, you'll be sure to appreciate the possibility to mount your OpenStack private cloud as Mac disk and manage your data from the convenience of your Finder app. CloudMounter is a reliable solution for OpenStack storage data encryption. You can elevate your OpenStack security by mounting it on your computer and using CloudMounter encryption software to protect your OpenStack Swift data.
A few cool things about CloudMounter
- When you mount your OpenStack cloud on Mac you won't have to duplicate your cloud files locally and online, however it will feel as if you are really working with local files.
- OpenStack storage file encryption is rather efficient for file transfer protection. You can feel more safe with CloudMounter.
- There is a special decryption key implemented ensuring that your content in OpenStack storage is unreadable to those who do not have the key.
Now that you know how to encrypt files that are stored in OpenStack cloud let's see why CloudMounter is so popular among cloud users. First off it has high security standards. Your cloud login information is not used for anything other than logging into your account. All info is kept in Mac OS Keychain app and is used through encrypted channels. Secondly, you can use CloudMounter not only for your OpenStack object storage, but also for Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Amazon S3 data and the files on FTP/SFTP, WebDAV servers. This easily makes CloudMounter the best encryption software for the most reliable web encryption and management of your online files.
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