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W3 Total Cache and CDN Sync Tool (w/ WP Super Cache) are two plugins that do a pretty good job of integrating various Content Delivery Networks (CDN's) — including Amazon S3 / CloudFront, CloudFiles, and MaxCDN (among others) — with WordPress.

But I am looking for a plugin (free or paid) that integrates Google Storage (not to be confused with Google Drive or others — see pricing) with WordPress, and so far, could find none.

Has any come across a plugin that does this, by chance?

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The WP2Cloud plugin now supports Google Cloud Storage (in addition to Amazon S3).

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I found this one from the wordpress.org user jcnetsys in this topic: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-w3-total-cache-google-storage-compatibility

In the plugin-description:

Very much WIP at the moment but I've uploaded my plugin (link below). You'll need to have a google storage account (signup is free) and have created a bucket.

Open index.php and set the bucket and site name on lines 16 and 17 and then fill in your access keys on line 47 which you can find out from here:

https://sandbox.google.com/storage/m/manage

The site name allows you to have multiple sites delivered from the same bucket.

http://sandbox.google.com/storage/development_trunk/google-storage-cdn.zip

Also note that you may have to wait for a few minutes after activating the plugin for all theme files and uploads to be transferred to google storage. The upload happens silently all the time that a user is logged in to the admin panel or alternatively you can go to the google storage page to see what is being uploaded.

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Actually, I did come across that. I tried it and it doesn't seem to work. Let alone, I don't know how secure the code is. I should've mentioned it in my question. –  its_me Jul 9 '12 at 11:43
    
By the way, the right download link is: sandbox.google.com/storage/cdn-delivery/google-storage-cdn.zip –  its_me Jul 12 '12 at 7:11

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