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explain the Tenant ID:Account Username thing

Cyberduck Help / Howto / HP Cloud Object Storage

HP Cloud Services is providing public cloud infrastructure services for organizations of all sizes. Designed with OpenStack™ technology at the core, HP’s open, transparent architecture ensures no vendor lock-in, improves developer productivity, features easy-to-use tools for faster time to code, provides access to a rich partner ecosystem, and is backed by exceptional customer support. HP’s initial offering includes on-demand compute instances or virtual machines, scalable online storage capacity and accelerated delivery of cached content to end users. HP’s full suite of public cloud services will enable the next generation of web services to be built, run and scale on a global basis backed with a broad marketplace of analytics, tools and services. HP’s cloud supports customers with a differentiated hybrid delivery model, providing interoperability and portability across public, private and managed clouds. For additional information visit hpcloud.com.

HP Cloud Services

Sign up for HP Cloud.

Connecting

You find the connection details in the console under API Keys.

  • Download the HP Cloud Object Storage Connection Profile (US East) for preconfigured settings.
  • Download the HP Cloud Object Storage Connection Profile (US West) for preconfigured settings.

HP Cloud Disk

Alternatively, enter the following information in the bookmark:

  • Protocol: OpenStack
  • Server: region-a.geo-1.identity.hpcloudsvc.com or region-b.geo-1.identity.hpcloudsvc.com
  • Port: 35357
  • Username: Tenant ID:Account Username
  • Password: [Console Password]

Username and Password

The username is: Tenant ID:Account Username. That is, your Tenant ID, followed by a colon (“:”), followed by your login username.

In the current version of HP Cloud, the Tenant ID is also known as the Project ID and can be found near the top of your “API Keys” page.

CDN Distribution

You can enable Akamai CDN (Content Delivery Network) distribution for a selected container using File → Info → Distribution (CDN).

Public URLs

You can access all URLs (including from CDN configurations) from the menu Edit → Copy URL and File → Open URL. Note: You must first open File → Info → Distribution (CDN) before these URLs are available.

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