Once upon a time, we needed a tool to manage our cloud storage. But it turned out that the world lacked a proper solution at that time.
This is a so typical syndrome. You can get everything but a decent product.
That's why we decided to change that. The idea was to combine the support of popular cloud technologies into single Integrated Development Environment (or IDE for short), which led us to the name: Cloud Combine.
By December 2012, we had a working prototype that supported Microsoft Azure blob storage. After many additions and refinements, it was released in March 2013.
Currently we are working to widen the coverage of Azure Storage and Amazon S3, as well as to support on-cloud tables and queues.