Welcome!

@CloudExpo Authors: Pat Romanski, Yeshim Deniz, Elizabeth White, Liz McMillan, Zakia Bouachraoui

Blog Feed Post

On-Demand Access to Your Amazon GovCloud S3 Storage

You love public cloud solutions and the anywhere on-demand access they provide to your online storage account. You like the web browser based file manager; the sync and share; and desktop and mobile device access to your online storage.

However, your company is a government agency and there are specific regulatory and compliance requirements that you need to meet. The only option for you is to use a cloud storage vendor that is compliant to certain regulations requirements.  For example, AWS GovCloud is one of your option.

Now you need to find a solution that can be plugged into your AWS GovCloud environment and provide the same web browser based file manager; the sync and share; the online collaboration and all those functionalities.

Look no further, Gladinet is the solution you are looking for. Let me explain …

Access Solution to GovCloud S3

First you will need a solution that allows you to plug your GovCloud S3 account in as the storage. With the GovCloud S3 account plugged in, you can have on-demand access to the s3 bucket from all the different access clients, from web based file manager to desktop clients and file server clients.

Deployment Options for Access Solution

Another parameter you are looking at is the deployment options for the access solution. You want to be able to host and deploy the solution yourself, possibly inside GovCloud EC2 server.

Summary

With Gladinet Cloud Enterprise, you can satisfy both requirements. First, you can plugin the GovCloud S3 bucket as the storage. Second, the Gladinet Cloud Enterprise itself is a installable package that you can install and deploy in GovCloud EC2 or deploy on-premise.

Next Steps

Visit http://www.gladinet.com/CloudEnterprise/ for more information.

Read the original blog entry...

More Stories By Jerry Huang

Jerry Huang, an engineer and entrepreneur, founded Gladinet with his close friends and is pursuing interests in the cloud computing. He has published articles on the company blog as well as following up on the company twitter activities. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 1998 and has lived in West Palm Beach, Florida since.

CloudEXPO Stories
Extreme Computing is the ability to leverage highly performant infrastructure and software to accelerate Big Data, machine learning, HPC, and Enterprise applications. High IOPS Storage, low-latency networks, in-memory databases, GPUs and other parallel accelerators are being used to achieve faster results and help businesses make better decisions. In his session at 18th Cloud Expo, Michael O'Neill, Strategic Business Development at NVIDIA, focused on some of the unique ways extreme computing is being used on IBM Cloud, Amazon, and Microsoft Azure and how to gain access to these resources in the cloud... for FREE!
CI/CD is conceptually straightforward, yet often technically intricate to implement since it requires time and opportunities to develop intimate understanding on not only DevOps processes and operations, but likely product integrations with multiple platforms. This session intends to bridge the gap by offering an intense learning experience while witnessing the processes and operations to build from zero to a simple, yet functional CI/CD pipeline integrated with Jenkins, Github, Docker and Azure.
"We do one of the best file systems in the world. We learned how to deal with Big Data many years ago and we implemented this knowledge into our software," explained Jakub Ratajczak, Business Development Manager at MooseFS, in this SYS-CON.tv interview at 20th Cloud Expo, held June 6-8, 2017, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY.
The hierarchical architecture that distributes "compute" within the network specially at the edge can enable new services by harnessing emerging technologies. But Edge-Compute comes at increased cost that needs to be managed and potentially augmented by creative architecture solutions as there will always a catching-up with the capacity demands. Processing power in smartphones has enhanced YoY and there is increasingly spare compute capacity that can be potentially pooled. Uber has successfully been able to harness the excess capacity of privately owned vehicles and turned into a meaningful business. This concept can be step-functioned to harnessing the spare compute capacity of smartphones that can be orchestrated by MEC to provide cloud service at the edge.