What applications are compatible with DreamObjects?
With DreamObjects, you’re capable of utilizing a wide range of applications to suit your needs.
Arq is a Mac and Windows app that allows you to make online backups. Arq backups are encrypted with a password before they’re uploaded so your data is protected. Check out the Arq DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
AWS CLI is:
- a command-line tool for uploading, retrieving, and managing data in Amazon S3 and other Cloud Storage Service Providers that use the S3 protocol such as DreamObjects
- best suited for power users who don’t fear the command line
- ideal for scripts, automated backups triggered from cron, and so on
Check out the AWS CLI DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
boto-rsync is an rsync-like tool that leverages Python’s boto library to synchronize files with an object storage service such as DreamObjects. Check out the boto-rsync DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
CloudBerry Backup is a Windows program that automates encrypted and compressed data backups. Check out the CloudBerry Backup DreamObjects tutorial for more info. CloudBerry also has tools to help you upload, retrieve, and manage your DreamObjects data - DreamObjects Tools | CloudBerry Lab.
Cyberduck is a popular FTP, SFTP, and WebDav client for Mac and Windows that also supports cloud storage browsing. You can use Cyberduck to connect to your DreamObjects users. Check out the Cyberduck DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
Dropshare is a so-called menulet for OS X. It enables you to drag & drop files, folders, and anything else to your own server, DreamObjects, or other cloud services. Once uploaded, the app copies the link to the file to your Mac’s clipboard. You can then share with anyone you like. Check out the Dropshare DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
Duplicati is a free backup client that securely stores encrypted, incremental, compressed backups on cloud-storage services and remote-file servers. It works with Linux, Mac, and Windows.
Duplicati has built-in AES-256 encryption and backups can be signed using GNU Privacy Guard. A built-in scheduler ensures that backups are always up-to-date. The Duplicati project was inspired by duplicity, and while similar, they are not compatible. Check out the Duplicati DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
ExpanDrive is an app that allows you to connect to DreamObjects just like a USB drive. It is available for both Mac and Windows and allows you to access DreamObjects from any application on your computer. Check out the ExpanDrive DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
GoodSync is an easy, secure, and reliable file synchronizer. The free version is limited to 3 jobs or less and 100 or less files and folders in each job. Check out the GoodSync DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
S3 Browser is a free Windows S3 client providing a simple web interface you can use to store and retrieve data. View the S3 Browser site for more information.
- a command-line tool for uploading, retrieving, and managing data in Amazon S3 and other Cloud Storage Service Providers that use the S3 protocol such as DreamObjects.
- best suited for power users who don’t fear command line.
- ideal for scripts, automated backups triggered from cron, and so on.
Check out the S3cmd DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
ShareX is a free and open source Windows application that you can use for taking screenshots and then sharing them with others. Starting with version 9.0.0, you can easily upload screenshots to DreamObjects. ShareX takes advantage of the S3 API compatibility of DreamObjects to allow it to be configured as a destination. Check out the ShareX DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
NAS devices are great, but what if your house goes up in flames? You could stand to lose everything! Family photos from years ago, all of your music, videos, tax returns, digital financial documents… all gone! That’s why you should backup your NAS regularly. Synology’s made this easy by providing both native cloud backup functionality and an optional (free) cloud “sync” app. Check out the Synology DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
Transmit is an FTP client for Mac OS X developed by Panic which also includes capabilities to make SFTP, Amazon S3, and WebDAV connections. The client is a shareware so it’s free to evaluate, but after the trial period is over you’re limited to seven-minute sessions. Check out the Transmit DreamObjects tutorial for more info.
If you have a QNAP network attached storage (NAS) device, you can now back it up to DreamObjects. There is now an application available for your QNAP that allows you to easily backup your data to DreamObjects for disaster recovery and long-term archiving. Check out the QNAP DreamObjects tutorial for more info.