Windows File Server Integration
Gladinet Cloud file server agent integrates with Windows file server with a drive
letter. Inside the drive letter, you can see the Verizon Cloud storage bucket files and folders.
You can take file server local folders and synchronize them with Verizon Cloud.
You can also take Verizon Cloud folders and publish them as network shares on
the Microsoft Network/Local Area Network.
How to Set it Up?
You can sign up for a Gladinet Cloud Team account. During the sign up process, select
the "Plugin My Own Cloud Storage" option and plugin your Verizon Cloud account.
After the sign up process is completed, you will be at the Web Browser Based File
Manager, looking directly into your Verizon Cloud storage bucket files and folders. At the top
of the web browser window, you can download the Windows file server agent.
Verizon Cloud Storage Bucket is Amazon S3 compliant. You can choose the "Amazon
S3 Compatible" entry. After that, you can enter the Verizon Cloud Storage API end
point from one of the following API endpoint.
The Verizon Cloud Storage service will have a single global end-point in a future
release. At this time, each cluster must be addressed individually. Following are
end-points planned for BETA, with a staged roll-out over time. Each account can
select an available storage cluster from the administrative portal, and will be
bound to that location for the BETA.
- storage-iad3a.cloud.verizon.com (east coast USA)
- storage-ams1a.cloud.verizon.com (Netherlands, EU)
- storage-ushaa.cloud.verizon.com (3-data center spread, USA)
After you select the end point, you can enter your Bucket Access key and Secret
Key. (Make sure you set Bucket Key first in your Verizon Cloud Manager web portal).