Signiant's Media Shuttle (version 4.0 or higher) is validated for use with Wasabi. Media Shuttle’s file acceleration technology speeds up transfers over public and private networks eliminating latency, and utilizing available bandwidth.
- Active Wasabi storage account
- Media Shuttle server
Note - The Media Shuttle SDCX server needs to be deployed in the same data center region where Wasabi storage is located.
1. Login to the Media Shuttle server IT admin portal (ex. manage.mediashuttle.com)
2. Navigate to the top right drop down option, and click on Add Portal, as shown below.
3. Select the appropriate type of portal (Send, Share, Submit). We will choose Share for this article.
4. Enter an appropriate Portal Name and URL prefix, as shown below. Click on 'Save changes' when done.
5. Click on Storage, and then Add
6. Select 'S3 Compatible'
7. Add the appropriate information. For example -
- Storage Server - Select the Storage Server (Media Shuttle instance)
- Service Endpoint - Click here for different Wasabi service URLs.
- Bucket - Enter an appropriate existing Wasabi bucket name on your account
- Subfolder - Enter a name for subfolder (Media Shuttle will create a new folder if it doesn't exist)
- Access Key - Enter a valid Wasabi account access key
- Secret Key - Enter a valid Wasabi account secret key
Click on 'Add S3 Compatible storage' when done.
8. Now, we have to assign the portal to the server. Click on the three dots, and then click Assign.
9. The portal is now active. You can set transfer speeds as shown below (you can even set it to Unlimited).
10. Now, an authorized user can access the user portal defined in Step 4 above and begin making transfers through the Media Shuttle server to the Wasabi storage bucket.
11. You can watch the progress of file transfers on the user portal as well.
12. The admin portal of the Media Shuttle server provides information related to the transfers as well.
13. Finally, you can verify the data is stored on your Wasabi bucket through the Wasabi console.