Google Cloud Server
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To know how you’ll be using computers and the Internet in the coming years, it’s instructive to consider the Google employee: most of his software and data–from pictures and videos, to presentations and e-mails–reside on the Web. This makes the digital stuff that’s valuable to him equally accessible from his home computer, a public Internet café, or a Web-enabled phone. It also makes damage to a hard drive less important.
You must follow bucket and object naming guidelines when you use the Google Cloud Storage API. Requests that use malformed or disallowed names will often fail. Contents Bucket Name Requirements Bucket names reside in a single Google Cloud Storage namespace. As a consequence, every bucket name must be unique across the entire Google Cloud Storage namespace.
Google Cloud Storage API version 1.0 remains available to use as an experimental feature, but we recommend that you transition to API v2.0 as it is more secure and offers more support for working with projects. API v1.0 currently still supports HMAC authentication and developer keys and interoperability with some tools written for other cloud storage systems, but if you do not require this, we recommend that you transition to using API v2.0 instead. Contents
The Google Cloud Storage API provides a RESTful interface for accessing Google's storage infrastructure. You can use the Google Cloud Storage API to develop applications that use simple HTTP methods to store, share, and manage data from anywhere on the Internet. For detailed programming information about the Google Cloud Storage API, see the Reference Guide . This document is intended for developers. It assumes that you are familiar with web programming and you are comfortable creating applications that consume web services through HTTP requests. If you use HTTPS, your data is encrypted when transferred, however, data stored in Google Cloud Storage is not automatically encrypted.
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Google Cloud Storage manager is a web application that lets you perform simple storage management tasks on the Google Cloud Storage system. Some typical uses for Google Cloud Storage Manager include: Creating and deleting buckets. Uploading, downloading, and deleting objects. Making objects publicly readable. This guide discusses how to install Google Cloud Storage Manager and how to use it to manage your data.
Installing Google Storage Manager