In the Settings page, you can edit general configuration settings for your organization.

See also

The Settings page is available for users with the “Admin” role. Other users will not be able to access this page. For more information about CloudCasa roles, see Users.

From the menu bar, go to Configuration > Settings in the General section.

You can edit the following configuration items:


Set or change the name of you organization. This must be changed from the default of “Default” before the system will allow you invite additional users to your organization.

Default backup destination

Allows you to set a default backup destination for your organization. This destination will be used unless it is overridden by different destination setting in the cluster or backup definition. You can select one of the following options:

  • CloudCasa Storage is secure cloud storage provided as part of the CloudCasa service. It is available in multiple clouds and regions. If you select this option (which is the default) for your backup default destination, you can also choose the cloud provider and region you wish to use by default. If you have no preference, or aren’t sure, you can simply leave both Provider and Region set to “Default”.

  • User-provided Storage Allows you to select user-defined object storage as your default backup destination. Storage locations defined in the Configuration/Storage page will be available for selection here.

    See also

    For more information about configuring user-provided storage, see Storage.


    The default storage destinatation also applies to migration and repliction jobs, which use it to select temporary storage.


    Default backup destination settings do not apply to CloudCasa for Velero backups. Velero backup storage locations (BSLs) are defined separately for each Kubernetes cluster.

Advanced options ► Storage maintenance scheduling policy (optional)

The Storage maintenance scheduling policy setting allows you to choose a time when storage maintenance tasks such as purging and condensing will be started for all storage used by the organization. By default, maintenance tasks will be run approximately every 24 hours at a time chosen by the system. The setting applies to maintenance for all storage used by the organization, whether CloudCasa-provided or user-defined. It allows you to control the start time manually in cases where the automatically chosen time conflicts with backups or other activity. Selected policies should specify a daily interval, and should not be used for any cluster backup jobs.