Making your data easily accessible on multiple devices is the primary goal of ownCloud. It gives you control of your own data along with the flexibility to set it up the way you want it. Community backup to the project ensures high quality software and gives you the power to modify and create features.
Getting Started with ownCloud is a practical handbook that provides step-by-step installation and scaling instructions. It will also give you an excellent understanding into how ownCloud can be integrated with components such as LDAP and WebDAV.
This book starts with a basic setup of ownCloud for personal use and then clearly scales out various components of ownCloud with examples This book will also help provide you with the understanding to integrate existing systems such as LDAP with ownCloud.
Starting from the setup on both Linux and Windows using either SQLite or MySQL, we move ahead to show you how efficiently user management can be done using ownCloud. We also look into storage backends and how to enhance the functionality of ownCloud by using ownCloud apps.
You will learn everything you need to know about ownCloud setup and usage for small and corporate scale deployment.
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About the Author
Aditya Patawari is a Systems Engineer by profession and just loves to play around with Linux. He works on various parts of a system lifecycle and handles infrastructure automation and scaling of applications. He is also a contributor for the Fedora Project and can be heard talking about the project along with Linux systems automation at several conferences and events. His first contact with ownCloud was years ago when he was just a student and ownCloud itself was less than a year old and a part of the KDE project.