We tried our best to make JUCE as user-friendly as possible. On this page, you will find a description of our web-interface main sections, and settings of the software used for connection to our repository via S3 and FTP/FTPS.
In the Buckets section, you can create and delete buckets, change settings for them manually, and download/upload data via the web interface. The amount of buckets is not limited. It’s helpful since you can create separate buckets for different websites and projects.
JUCE is S3 compatible, that’s why the name of the bucket should be created according to the standards explained on the Bucket Naming Rules page.
Using the Buckets section you can also view how many files you store in each bucket and check how much space they are taking. Additionally, here you can find logs, which help you to keeptrack of outbound transfer and storage used out of your current package.
Each bucket has detailed settings, including the following tabs: Keys, Website hosting, CORS, Advanced.
In the Keys tab, you can create a separate key for each bucket. It’s useful when there is a need to provide users with access to the different parts of your repository.
Website hosting allows using JUCE for storing static websites. It will enable the maximum download speed of your page for users all over the world.
In the Advanced tab, you can enable Encrypt by default and Live replication, choose Default Storage Class, Metadata Write Concern, and Primary Metadata Region.
In the Keys section, you can create and delete master-keys, that provide access to files in all your buckets and allow to delete exciting and create new buckets.
Each file stored with JUCE has a Storage Class. Its main function is to manage the geographical location of your data as well as the number of copies stored on different servers. For example, if all your users are located in the USA, you may want to store two copies of your files in the USA. As an alternative, you can choose to store your data in 4 different regions, so the users from anywhere in the world will be provided with access to it.
In this section, you can see how many files are linked to each Storage Class and how much space they are taking.
With the Standard Storage Class, you can store your files on both coasts of the USA and Germany. You can store the minimum of two copies of your data in any region. Editing is only enabled for those classes, that don’t have any files saved.
In the Support section, you can view parameters for connecting via S3 and FTP/FTPS. You can also download a profile to connect via Cyberduck.
Every user after registration gets a 7-days trial (free access), that allows using all features of our repository without limitations.
At the end of the trial, or even during it, you should choose one of three packages. Package choice is available after adding of the payment method. You can add the payment method, manage the current subscription, and download the invoices via our partner billing system Stripe.
In this section, you should add your personal details or the company’s details. This is required to create invoices.
Cyberduck — https://cyberduck.io
Cyberduck is a handy program for accessing our repository. Profile for Cyberduck can be downloaded on the Support page or via the link.
S3 Browser — https://s3browser.com
JUCE supports connecting and data transfer via FTP/FTPS. For convenient connection, we recommend using the following popular programs:
FileZilla — https://filezilla-project.org
WinSCP — https://winscp.net