The ZCloud Sandbox enables you to setup an Amazon S3 sandbox instantly on any computer, even a tiny netbook. Developers and QA engineers can use it to prototype, analyze, test, and stage a cloud application locally, before rolling it out onto Amazon Web Services (AWS). Thus, ZCloud Sandbox can improve, simplify and speed up your development, and minimize AWS S3 development costs.
It currently runs under six popular virtualization platforms: Linux KVM, Xen, VMWare Server, VMWare Fusion, Virtual Box and Microsoft VirtualPC 32bit or 64bit. The host computer may run any operating system that runs one of these supported virtualization platforms.
It implements Amazon S3 REST API, the de-facto Cloud Storage REST API standard, and is easy-to-use, fast, reliable, and scalable.
ZCloud Sandbox is a Virtual Appliance. It takes only minutes to set up. An intuitive, localized Web UI facilitates the management of ZCloud Sandbox users and configuration.
The ZCloud Sandbox Virtual Appliance is based on the acclaimed Ubuntu JeOS edition - trim, fast, and secure. ZCloud is also immune to virus, rootkits, and XSRF and XSS attacks.
ZCloud Sandbox runs over 10 times faster than what you can achieve with Amazon S3 in file transfers. please see our benchmark page for more details.
Plus, instant access to logs files in the Common Log Format.
The Zettar software running in the ZCloud Sandbox Virtual Appliance is self-monitoring.
It is highly scalable, usable from tiny netbooks, virtual machines, all way up to dedicated physical servers.
The ZCloud Sandbox Virtual Appliance has the ability to update itself automatically.
We are committed to keep up with Amazon Web Services latest S3 API, so that you will be always on the leading edge.
With the ZCloud Sandbox Virtual Appliance, now you can develop cloud applications with your own private Amazon S3 object-based storage cloud running locally.
Both HTTP and HTTPS are supported.