[clug] DIY cloud services?
cody at themiller.co
Sat Feb 14 23:49:27 MST 2015
I suppose I'm lucky all my endpoints are connected via NBN 100/40 services
on a private wan.
/runs and hides from the angry mobs.
On 15/02/2015 5:47 pm, "Michael Still" <mikal at stillhq.com> wrote:
> Duplicity is certainly the thing I used to use for such a thing, until
> I became annoyed with the amount of data transfer required to recover
> single files. I just use a python script to push to a S3 endpoint now.
> On Sun, Feb 15, 2015 at 5:42 PM, Miller-Kelly, Cody <cody at themiller.co>
> > A good example is backup using Duplicity against S3 etc.
> > All the data is encrypted.
> > On 15/02/2015 5:41 pm, "Michael Still" <mikal at stillhq.com> wrote:
> >> On Sun, Feb 15, 2015 at 10:01 AM, jhock at iinet.net.au <
> jhock at iinet.net.au>
> >> wrote:
> >> > The current post on "The end of the personal computer is nigh "
> >> indicates, in my opinion, the only good thing about storing data on a
> >> is that it is a backup in case of disaster. For example, if a fire
> >> everything then one can restore the information from the cloud.
> >> >
> >> > I have thought that having an encrypted hard disk as a cloud, stored
> >> a good friends home, (and visa versa) would be a great way of backing up
> >> our data without the multinationals having my data. But how does one
> >> achieve this? I'll have to ask a few of my friends who are still in the
> >> business.
> >> If you encrypt the data before you upload it, then I don't think it
> >> really matters where you store it -- be that a friends house or some
> >> hosting company's cloud storage thing. Or am I missing something?
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