Coronado Cloud Gateway
The Coronado Gateway has been designed for businesses that require access to Cloud or Object Storage using a traditional Windows or NFS protocols. The Coronado Gateway is equivalent to any other Windows or Linux NAS appliance including joining Active Directory or LDAP for local security. Unlike other NAS appliances, Coronado allows users access to the Centos 7 instance to run native Linux Applications, setup security or send data directly to cloud over the local /s3 mount point. The Coronado Gateway does not write objects in a proprietary format. The file in the cloud will be in the same format as on the ground. All that is required is the bucket or blob credentials and the endpoint address of the S3 Storage and the Coronado Gateway may be deployed in less than 15-minutes. The Coronado Cloud Gateway is highly integrated with Active Directory adding user authentication and access control ACL’s to your Cloud Storage environment. ACL’s are only recognized by BridgeSTOR products. After connecting to a share, users or current applications may use a simple drive letter from Windows or Linux/Unix environments to easily read or write to Cloud Storage while newer S3 Applications may also read/write to the same files.