6 projects tagged "s3"

No download No website Updated 14 May 2014 LibreS3

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LibreS3 is a robust open source implementation of the Amazon S3 service, supporting a subset of the S3 REST API. Standard S3 client libraries and tools (for example python-boto, s3cmd, DragonDisk, etc.) can be used to access it. LibreS3 uses Skylable SX as the storage backend, which automatically provides data deduplication and replication.

No download Website Updated 01 Feb 2012 STORMfs

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STORMfs allows you to mount cloud storage as a local filesystem. It supports Amazon S3, Eucalyptus (Walrus S3), and Google Cloud Storage.

No download No website Updated 17 Nov 2013 RioFS

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Vit 13.91

RioFS is a userspace filesystem for Amazon S3 buckets that runs on Linux and Mac OS X. It supports versioned and non-versioned buckets in all AWS regions. RioFS is intended as a storage backend for legacy daemons that cannot talk natively to S3. It handles buckets with many thousands of keys and highly concurrent access gracefully.

No download No website Updated 12 Feb 2011 Libdroplet

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Pop 16.97
Vit 34.68

Libdroplet is a C library that implements the S3 protocol and facilitates the writing of tools that interact with S3 services. Libdroplet comes with a set of features which enhances the S3 protocol, including a multi-profile system, full multi-threading, virtual directories with true absolute and relative path support, on-the-fly encryption/decryption and buffered I/O, management of storage pricing, and simplified metadata management.

No download No website Updated 12 Feb 2011 Droplet-sh

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Pop 16.16
Vit 34.68

Droplet-sh is a command line interface for accessing online storage with the S3 protocol.

No download No website Updated 04 Sep 2012 LogSup

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Logsup takes a file, encrypts it, and uploads it to Amazon's S3 storage service. It also writes a "receipt" for that file in Amazon's SDB, so you can have a collection of details about it separate from the file (most of that info exists in metadata too).

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Epoch Init System

An Init System for Linux with a unified configuration file

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A time synchronization daemon which keeps your system time accurate.