This post applies to CloudBerry Backup 4.2 and later
On-Demand I/O is Google Cloud Storage Nearline feature that allows to speed up information retrieval. If you’re not satisfied with the standard reading throughput of 4MB/s per 1TB of stored data you can switch it on to boost the download speed. The typical use case for On-Demand I/O is a disaster recovery, when you need to restore some crucial data as soon as possible.
CloudBerry Lab is sponsoring AWS re:Invent that will take place in The Venetian — Las Vegas, NV, October 6 – 9, 2015, as a Titanium sponsor. We invite everyone who’s planning to attend to visit our booth #624 (see the plan) to learn more about how our products in combinations with AWS can help you with data backup and storage in the cloud.
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Also we encourage you to visit our sponsored session (see the details below), where Lynn Langit, an AWS Community Hero will explain and demonstrate how to accomplish different types of tasks with Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier.
The latest release of CloudBerry Explorer provides a user interface to Oracle Storage Cloud Archive Service. Using our product, you can easily move your data across your local storage and Oracle Archive storage as well as manage files and folders in the cloud just the same way you do it on your local computer. Continue reading
Introduction to Google Nearline
Google Nearline Storage is a low-cost storage service for data archiving, online backup, and disaster recovery. Data is available instantly, not within hours or days. This makes Nearline perfectly suitable for long-term storage of large amounts of infrequently accessed data which, nevertheless, can be accessed and retrieved quickly whenever necessary. A typical use case of Nearline is disaster recovery when critical data needs to be recovered as soon as possible.