Atlanta, GA – February 26, 2020 – DigitalGlue has announced version 1.5 of the creative.space Web App along with a beta release of their Desktop App. Unlike current solutions in the marketplace, creative.space is the world’s first managed storage service designed specifically for creatives, eliminating the need for IT involvement. The intuitive Web App simplifies collaborative storage by providing a streamlined user experience that promotes productivity and creativity, therefore increasing revenue and decreasing expenses for their company. With the release of this new software version, creative post-production teams finally have an enterprise storage solution that adapts to their needs, fits their budget, and does not require specialized knowledge or IT training.

As a Systems Integrator, DigitalGlue has helped media organizations build and support video-centric solutions for over 18 years by combining cutting edge technology with custom software, specializing in taking complex workflows and making them simple. As the industry transitioned from tape to file-based workflows, DigitalGlue worked with customers to evaluate and select the right storage and media asset management solutions for their needs. During this process, they discovered that unrealistically high price points and overly complex, yet underdeveloped, software put existing options out of reach for most video teams.

Out of necessity, a solution was born. Rather than pay upfront for a traditional shared storage server with an annual service level agreement covering reactive support, creative.space bundles hardware, software, and proactive support into a fixed monthly rate based on a 1, 2, 3, or 5-year contract. Unlike purchasing or leasing storage, a creative.space service contract is flexible, allowing customers to adapt to changing needs with modular or complete upgrades. DigitalGlue’s proactive monitoring enables bottlenecks to be identified and addressed before rather than after they interrupt work, saving customers from unexpected delays and even data loss.

creative.space is designed for Creatives to
make storage easy, taking the complex IT-centric tasks and simplifying them
with a streamlined user experience backed by DigitalGlue’s DevOps support team.
The backend development team works with customers to build powerful API
toolsets that eliminate the need for command-line operations. The frontend team
builds user interfaces that are intuitive and practical for customers and tuned
to their workflows. As a common resource for diverse media organizations,
DigitalGlue can spread efficiencies across the entire network of creative.space
nodes. Every feature moves creative.space closer to removing technology as a
bottleneck to creative workflows.

Over the course of two years, DigitalGlue
worked with a select group of Early Adopters to build a storage platform that
is easy to deploy and maintain. The result is an enterprise storage solution
that provides scalable real-time performance with administrative tools that do
not require IT experience to use. Rather than build a proprietary solution from
the ground up, creative.space takes advantage
of the latest advances in enterprise storage hardware and open source software.

By removing the burdens of traditional storage workflows, Early Adopters were able to realize previously unattainable workflow efficiencies, saving hours each day that were repurposed in creative ways to generate more revenue in less time. Contact sales@digitalglue.com today to learn more.

Software Features Highlights


  • View and
    browse Spaces via a column view
  • Copy Path for
    any Space or folder for easy mounting
  • Restrict
    access to Spaces, folders, and files with user and group permissions for Read
    and Write, Read Only, and No Rights
  • Create,
    delete, refresh and rename folders
  • Preview and
    metadata viewing for various multimedia formats
  • Download
    files through the browser
  • Apply Folder
    Structure Templates with user-definable variables
  • Copy and Sync
    between Source and Target folders with advanced settings
  • View and
    ingest files from USB devices attached to the creative.space  system with support for
    FAT16, FAT32, exFAT, HFS+, NTFS, Fuseblk, ext2, ext3, and ext4 filesystems
  • View, create,
    and apply Folder Structure Templates with under-definable variables
Spaces 1
Spaces 2


  • Search Groups and Users
  • Create, edit, activate/deactivate, and delete Groups and Users
  • View Groups and Users in List or Grid view and see active connections
  • Assign Roles to Users to control their visibility and available actions in the Web App
Teams 1
Teams 2


  • See Pool information with pie chart
  • See Space information
  • See connected users and what they are accessing via web and SMB
  • Schedule Tasks, including Snapshots with expiration dates
  • See and configure Network Interfaces
  • Set a Broadcast Name to connect to system through a name with a .local extension, instead of an IP address (BroadcastName.local)
  • See System Inventory with contextual icons
  • See and restart Services, including Samba, VPN, and the API
  • See list of API tasks with status, token, timestamp, user, object, action, and location
Systems 1
Systems 2


  • Real-time
    indicators for RAM, Network and Disk I/O, CPU, and System Uptime
  • In-depth
    real-time charts showing various system metrics over time, with custom
    filtering options, including CPU, Memory, Network Interfaces, S.M.A.R.T. Drive
    stats, ZFS, Physical and Logical Reads and Writes by User, and the Database
Monitor 1
Monitor 2


  • Setup Wizard
  • See notifications in the menu bar via
    the bell icon to see a log of all performed tasks from the current session
  • View In Progress copy operations via a
    menu bar folder sync icon
Get Alerts via Slack
Get Alerts via Email
Download Support Logs

(Mac Only Beta)

  • Connect to a creative.space  node via Broadcast Name
    or IP address to see available Spaces
  • Mount and unmount Spaces and/or root
    folders within Spaces
  • Search Spaces and root folders
  • View Spaces and root folders in Finder
  • Create new folders manually or via a

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