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Meteor-Files - Upload files via DDP or HTTP to Meteor server FS, AWS, GridFS, DropBox or Google Drive

  •    Javascript

Award winning, extremely fast and robust package for file uploading, managing and streaming (Audio & Video & Images), with support of server's file system (FS) or third party storage, like: AWS, DropBox, Google Storage, Google Drive, GridFS or any other with API. All PRs are always welcome on dev branch. Please, always give expressive description to your changes and additions.

nodejs-storage - Node

  •    TypeScript

Node.js idiomatic client for Cloud Storage. Cloud Storage allows world-wide storage and retrieval of any amount of data at any time. You can use Google Cloud Storage for a range of scenarios including serving website content, storing data for archival and disaster recovery, or distributing large data objects to users via direct download.

gcs-tools - GCS support for avro-tools and parquet-tools

  •    Java

Light weight wrapper that adds Google Cloud Storage (GCS) support to common Hadoop tools, including avro-tools, parquet-tools and proto-tools for Scio's Protobuf in Avro file, so that they can be used from regular workstations or laptops, outside of a Google Compute Engine (GCE) instance.It uses your existing OAuth2 credentials and allows authentication via a browser.

burry.sh - Cloud Native Infrastructure BackUp & RecoveRY

  •    Go

See also GoDocs. Note: If you want to re-use your command line parameters, use the --burryfest or -b argument: this creates a manifest file .burryfest in the current directory, capturing all your settings. If a manifest .burryfest exists in the current directory subsequent invocations use this and hence you can simply execute burry, without any parameters. Remove the .burryfest file in the current directory to reset stored command line parameters.




poto - Cloud storage to image gallery + image proxy + file api - 350 LOC.

  •    Ruby

Turn your AWS S3 bucket into an image gallery. The image resizing proxy is rack middleware and can be used standalone.