For different usage scenarios, Amazon Web Services offers different storage classes. This allows to reduce the storage costs for data which is rarely used, and doesn’t require instant access. All the classes have a high level of reliability and support SSL data encryption during transmission, but differ by their cost. This article will outline where and which class is recommended for use, and what the difference between Amazon S3 storage classes is.
On the 4th April 2018, Amazon Web Services hosted an annual summit in San Francisco. This year Amazon has bolstered the security of its services and decreased prices for storage. We are going to overview main features, that were announced during the keynote. Continue reading →
Creating a website used to be a laborious and costly effort back in the day. Registering a domain, arranging hosting, and configuring DNS settings were usually done through different companies, which made it difficult and time-consuming to create a website from scratch. Those days are thankfully over, as companies like Amazon now offer comprehensive functionality when it comes to creating and maintaining a website.Continue reading →
CloudBerry Managed Backup Service (MBS) has been updated to version 4.1. The new release includes enhanced remote deploy functionality, support for new cloud regions, and a few other critical features. Continue reading →
Imagine the situation: you browse your Amazon S3 bucket and suddenly discover that some files are missing. Since Amazon S3 offers high durability, it leaves almost no chance to these files to disappear due to a system failure or disaster. Apparently, they were deleted by a user. How to find out who did that? Continue reading →
Today CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3 is receiving yet another update that brings support for BackBlaze B2 lifecycle and expands the list of supported Amazon S3 & Glacier regions. Read on to learn more about the latest additions.
Once you have used a cloud storage service, you are most likely going to be faced with its different types: block-, file- and object storage. These types determine how data is stored and used. We are going to explain in depth, one of the most commonly used storage types – object storage.Continue reading →