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How to connect to the Fuga Cloud ObjectStore using .NET Core
dotNET Core Object Store C-Sharp

How to connect to the Fuga Cloud ObjectStore using .NET Core

The possibilities with the Fuga Object Store are endless. One of the scenarios is connecting your .NET Core application to the Fuga Object Store, this way you can access for example files on your Object Store! In this tutorial we will teach you how to make a simple .NET Core MVC file upload application that uses the Fuga Object Store. Requirements .NET Core 2.1 SDK API keys To connect to your Fuga Object Store access and secret keys are required.
How to migrate your ObjectStore to the Fuga Cloud ObjectStore
Object Store Migrate AWS S3 rclone Swift

How to migrate your ObjectStore to the Fuga Cloud ObjectStore

It’s possible to move your Object Store from a different platform to the Fuga Object Store. Since almost all of the Object Stores are S3 compatible, you are free to migrate to any compatible platform. This tutorial will explain how to create a Fuga Object Store container and how to migrate from different platforms. Requirements Linux/macOS/BSD system Creating a Fuga Object Store container Before you can move your S3 compatible Object Store from a different platform to the Fuga Object Store, you first need a Fuga Object Store container.
How to connect to the Fuga Cloud ObjectStore using Flask
Flask Object Store S3 Swift Python

How to connect to the Fuga Cloud ObjectStore using Flask

Connecting to the Fuga Object Store with Flask The possibilities with the Fuga Object Store are endless. One of the scenarios is connecting your Flask application to the Fuga Object Store, this way you can access for example images on your Store! In this tutorial we will teach you how to make a simple Flask file upload application that uses the Fuga Object Store. API keys To connect to your Fuga Object Store access and secret keys are required.
How to connect to the Fuga Cloud ObjectStore
Object Store S3 Swift instance

How to connect to the Fuga Cloud ObjectStore

Using the Fuga object storage is a good way to store lots of data in use cases where speed isn’t the most important factor, but scalability is. First we need some setup. Creating an Object Store container Open the ‘Object Store’ tab and click on ‘Containers’. Click on ‘+ Container’ and give your new container a fitting name. Now we can use the Object Store inside the browser, but if we want to use it outside the browser, we need some more setup.
How to use OpenStack Swift as backup server for your computer
Swift OpenStack Restic object-store

How to use OpenStack Swift as backup server for your computer

For some of the newer devices equipped with less storage, at least compared to the immense storage requirements nowadays, finding the storage space for your rather sizable backup becomes harder and harder. Some of you might have noticed that our Fuga Cloud platform comes with a rather copious amount of storage and have wondered “Why can’t I use that storage for my rather sizable back-up?”. If this was the case, then wonder no longer for this handy tutorial will describe the process* in which we will leverage the storage potential of Fuga Cloud to ensure your data is safely stored on your Volume.
How to connect to the Fuga Cloud ObjectStore using Python
Object Store S3 Swift

How to connect to the Fuga Cloud ObjectStore using Python

Fuga supports Amazon S3 compatible object storage. To access the S3 storage you need an EC2 access key and secret key. These can be obtained using the Openstack CLI or the OpenStack Keystone API (which is beyond the scope of this tutorial). Using the OpenStack CLI you can obtain the keypair using the ec2 credentials command as shown below. openstack ec2 credentials list +----------------------------------+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+ | Access | Secret | Project ID | User ID | +----------------------------------+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+ | 99999999999999999999999999999999 | 99999999999999999999999999999999 | 99999999999999999999999999999999 | 99999999999999999999999999999999 | +----------------------------------+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+----------------------------------+ When the list is empty a new keypair can be created using the 'openstack ec2 credentials create' command.

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