S3Drive – Amazon S3 filesystem

S3Drive – Amazon S3 Filesystem. Given the complexity of changes I’d have needed to make to the BlogEngine.Net codebase if I wanted to store all my application data (files, settings, images etc) in a remote storage location accessible only via HTTP rather than a local filesystem accessible via normal file handling routines, this program offers the facade I was looking for to provide an excellent compromise. Now it’s just to test it to see how stable it is at handling the redirection of my “App_Data” folder to it.

26 thoughts on “S3Drive – Amazon S3 filesystem

  1. Hi,

    Did you find S3Drive reliable and worked to store your assets for BlogEngine.net
    We’re certainly keen to use BlogEngine.net more, but we need all uploaded files to be stored on S3.

    Thanks

  2. Bad news: S3 Drive is not available anymore.

    Good news: there is similar program called TntDrive

    TntDrive allows you to mount Amazon S3 Bucket as a regular or network windows drive.

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