There are three types of Cloud Storage Groups available in Morro Data. The availability of the Cloud Storage Group is based on the type of service plan you have subscribed to in your account.




Add Cloud Storage Groups from the FILE SYSTEM page.



Add a Cloud Storage Group


To add a Cloud Storage Group, click Add Cloud Storage to begin the process.


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Add Cloud Storage Group Panel


Figure 1: Add Cloud Storage Group Panel for the CloudNAS service plan. 


Choose Your Storage Type

The options in the Cloud Storage Group panel changes based on the type of the service plan to which your plan is subscribed. 



BasicEssentialsCloudNAS Business/Enterprise
Your Cloud File Storage
X
X
X
Your Object Store
X

X
Morro Data Object Storage

XX


You Cloud File Storage

Works with: Dropbox and OneDrive Personal



Cloud Storage Group Information

Name

The name for the Cloud Storage Group. Can contain any type of character.


Click ADD to complete the process.

Note: You will be asked to log into your Dropbox or OneDrive account to authorize Morro Data to access your account.



Your Object Storage

Works with: Backblaze B2



Cloud Storage Group Information


Complete the following steps to add the Cloud Storage Gateway

  1. Enter a Name
  2. Enter the B2 account information  
    • Bucket ID
    • Account ID
    • Application ID

Name

Choose a name for your Cloud Storage Group and enter it in the Name field. The name is used identify the cloud storage group in your system.


B2 account information

Enter the Bucket ID, Account ID, and Application Key for your account. The three pieces of information tells Morro Data which B2 account and bucket to use to store the files managed in this cloud storage group.


For more detailed information on using Backblaze B2, refer to the article: Bring Your Own Storage - Backblaze B2.


Click CREATE to complete the process.



Your Object Storage

Works with: Amazon S3



Complete the following steps to add the Cloud Storage Gateway

  1. Enter a Name
  2. Enter the S3 account information  
    • Bucket Name
    • Key ID
    • Secret Key


Name

Choose a name for your Cloud Storage Group and enter it in the Name field. The name is used identify the cloud storage group in your system.


S3 account information

Enter the Bucket Name, Key ID, and Secret Key for your account. The three pieces of information tells Morro Data which S3 bucket to use to store the files managed in this cloud storage group.


Click CREATE to complete the process.



Morro Data Object Storage

Works with: Morro Storage



You can select Morro Data Object Storage only if you're upgraded to the CloudNAS Business or CloudNAS Enterprise service plan and you have not created the Morro Data Cloud Storage Group. When you upgrade, you will have to choose between Wasabi Hot Storage or an S3 region during the upgrade process.