My Storage

You can use either one type of storage with CloudCasa: CloudCasa Storage which comes with your service plan and My Storage which is your own cloud storage. CloudCasa supports Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure Blob storage.

Tip

You can also use a third-party storage solution that is compatible with Amazon S3.

From the menu bar, go to Configuration > My Storage.

In this page, you can view a list of your My Storage objects. For each item, you can edit and delete it.

See also

To select either one of My Storage objects for the default backup destination, see Settings.

Adding the Amazon S3 storage to My Storage

Take the following steps to register the Amazon S3 storage object with CloudCasa:

  1. In the My Storage page, click Add storage +.

  2. In the Add storage pane, enter the following fields:

    Name

    Name the My Storage object.

    Provider type: S3

    Select S3 to register the Amazon S3 or compatible storage.

    Bucket name

    Enter the bucket name of the Amazon S3 storage.

    Access key

    Enter the access key of the Amazon S3 storage.

    Secret key

    Enter the secret key of the Amazon S3 storage.

    Endpoint

    Enter the endpoint URL of the Amazon S3 storage. It usually starts with “https://”.

    1. Click Save.

Ensure that you can see the Amazon S3 storage object in the My Storage list.

Adding the Microsoft Azure Blob storage to My Storage

Take the following steps to register the Microsoft Azure Blob storage object with CloudCasa:

  1. In the My Storage page, click Add storage +.

  2. In the Add storage pane, enter the following fields:

    Name

    Name the My Storage object.

    Provider type: Azure

    Select Azure to register the Microsoft Azure Blob storage.

    Subscription ID

    Enter the subscription ID of the Microsoft Azure Blob storage.

    Client ID

    Enter the client ID of the Microsoft Azure Blob storage.

    Client Secret

    Enter the client secret of the Microsoft Azure Blob storage.

    Talent ID

    Enter the talent ID of the Microsoft Azure Blob storage.

    Resource Group Name

    Enter the resource group name of the Microsoft Azure Blob storage.

    Region

    Enter region name of the Microsoft Azure Blob storage.

  3. Click Save.

Ensure that you can see the Microsoft Azure Blob storage object in the My Storage list.