Griffin+ Breezy

A cloud storage file system for Windows and Linux.

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What is Breezy?

Breezy is a project of team Griffin+ that aims to unify connections to various cloud storage services and ease access by presenting the files in a known way. Breezy behaves like a drive on Windows and comes as a file system on Linux. It improves privacy by encrypting data on the fly. Thus Breezy ensures your data can only be read by you making public clouds a private place.


Breezy is currently under active development, so everything on this website is preliminary and more an aim to achieve than a feature that is already working. Nevertheless, you should get an idea where the journey is going. Stay tuned!

Storage Backends

Breezy supports various storage backends allowing you to store your data at Amazon S3, Openstack Swift, Backblaze B2 or even on a simple WebDAV/FTP account.

File System

Breezy is a file system with a dynamic size. It supports encryption, compression, data deduplication and snapshots. A cache boosts its i/o performance to ensure speeds that are only slightly slower than the speed of the local hard disk.


Breezy is designed with security in mind. Any communication is secured using SSL/TLS. Breezy covers various aspects concerning authentication, encryption and obfuscation.


Breezy's modular architecture lets you configure and extend it to your needs.

Open Source

Breezy is open source and depends on mature libraries with a large user base only ensuring a high software quality.


BreezyDrive brings Breezy to Windows as a drive or mounted into the filesystem.


BreezyFS brings Breezy to Linux as a FUSE filesystem.


Breezy features a Docker image. Thus Breezy can be easily deployed to your Docker stack without any hassle.