Allas object storage
This Allas object storage service user guide consists of three parts:
A technical overview of the service. Recommended reading before starting to use Allas.
A summary of the most commonly used Allas tools.
- web client Part of Pouta-www interface. Limited performance. No configutaion steps needed.
- CyberDuck Easy to use graphical object storage client for Windows and MacOSX.
- a-commands Easy to use command line tools developed for using Allas in CSC computing environments.
- rclone Versatile command line client for Allas and other object storage systems. Installed on CSC servers and available for Linux and MacOSX machines.
- Swift Native swift command line client. Installed on CSC servers and available for Linux and MacOSX machines.
- s3cmd Command line client for S3 protocol. Installed on CSC servers and available for Linux and MacOSX machines.
- Python Programmatic access to Allas.
CSC has previously provided Pouta Object Storage service that is now merged to the Allas service. This chapter explains the changes that this merging causes to the old Pouta Object Storage users.
- Using Allas to migrate your data from Taito to Puhti
- Using Allas in batch jobs
- Using Allas to host a data set for a research group