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Cyberduck Help / Howto / HP Helion Public Cloud Object Storage

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HP Cloud Services

Sign up for HP Cloud.


HP Cloud Disk

Connection Profile

  • Download the HP Cloud Object Storage Connection Profile for preconfigured settings.

With your credentials and tenant, the HP Cloud Identity Service checks to see whether you have activated the HP Cloud Object Storage service. If so, it returns an authentication token and the endpoints to all regions of the HP Cloud Object Storage service that you are activated for. You find the connection details in the console under API Keys.

  • Username: Project/Tenant ID:Access Key. The Tenant ID is the Project ID displayed in your account.
  • Password: Secret Key

Legacy authentication

Alternatively you can connect using 1.0 legacy authentication with the following settings:

  • Protocol: Swift (OpenStack Object Storage)
  • Server: or
  • Port: 35357
  • Username: Tenant ID:Account Username
  • Password: [Console 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.


Both containers from region-a.geo-1 and region-b.geo-1. are displayed in the browser. You can create a new top level container using File → New Folder... (⌘-N). You can select from regions region-a.geo-1 and region-b.geo-1.

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.

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