Note: this post applies to CloudBerry Explorer 2.2 and later.
Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS) enables users to store data in S3 at a 33% discount to our standard pricing in return for a reduced level of durability. Amazon S3 stores objects according to their storage class, which is assigned when an object is written.
Since we added RRS support to CloudBerry Explorer in version 2.1 we got a lot of feedback from our customers who wanted to make it even easier to apply RRS storage class to their files. Newer release of CloudBerry Explorer adds some usability enhancements to RRS support including displaying storage class in the object list, setting storage class one click operation and displaying storage class in the properties screen.
First, you can now see the Storage Class in the object list panel. It doesn’t add up anything to the transfer costs as the storage class is returned by LIST operation. This feature is available in both freeware and PRO versions.
Second, you can now view Storage Class using object properties. Again, this feature is available in both freeware and PRO versions.
And finally, in the PRO version you can easily apply Storage Class to your object (s) by using the context menu.
We hope these enhancements will make it even easier and you keep using CloudBerry Explorer and prefer it over other Amazon S3 clients.
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