How do I keep files synchronized with Amazon Cloud Drive?

An excellent solution became available for Amazon Cloud Drive that works wonderfully! The interface to Amazon Cloud Drive, provided by Amazon, leaves much to be desired. There is a web interface and PC application, neither of which work very well except to do a one-time placement onto the server.

SyncBackPro recently implemented an Amazon Cloud Drive interface. This is different from their Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier interfaces. I can't believe how well it works. It is a bit slow initiating upload on a file by file basis, but once it begins processing a file it goes at the limit of the connection. SyncBackPro has excellent accountability over files processed with a good visual representation and good logging. It's a very nice piece of software. I like the "mirror" feature which will delete from and add to the destination as necessary to match the source.

The setup was so simple. I merely started an "everything" account for Amazon Cloud Drive. SyncBackPro took me to one-time Amazon authentication page, a key was exchanged, and that was it, with the least amount of interaction possible.

Amazon Cloud Drive "everything" costs $59.99 per year and according to customer support accepts up to 200 terabytes under this plan. I'm very glad I held out. This seems to be the best value for the money. SyncBackPro costs $54.95.