Square Box's CatDV Archive is now integrated with the Amazon S3 Cloud.
Square Box Systems has announced CatDV Archive to S3 Cloud, an integration that enables archiving of CatDV-managed media assets and associated metadata in Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), the cloud-based file-storage service offered by Amazon Web Services.
With CatDV Archive to S3 Cloud providing a direct link to S3 from CatDV's Web and desktop user interfaces, “users are able to copy content directly to Amazon S3 object storage or archive files to clear space on their local storage drives — while preserving the assets' metadata and tagging,” says Square BoxCEO Dave Clack.
Users can view the status of the service and the job queue at any time during a CatDV Archive to S3 Cloud operation.
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