CloudBerry Drive mounts the cloud storage of your choice as a network or external drive to your Windows computer. With CloudBerry Drive you can work with files stored in the cloud directly from the Windows Explorer interface, the same way as if they were on your local drive.
Amazon S3 is a highly-scalable and durable cloud storage powered by the global AWS infrastructure. Store any amount of personal or business data and retrieve it from anywhere in the Web. The storage is divided by four classes: Simple Storage Service (S3), Standard I/A for infrequently accessed data, Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS) and Amazon Glacier - an archival storage. The data is organised in containers named "buckets". Read our Amazon S3-related blog posts for more details.
Microsoft Azure is a cloud-based service, which provides cloud computing and storage options to developers and personal users. The main storage system is a Blob Storage, where backups, personal and business data could be stored. The data structures as blobs depending on the data type and your needs. Our blog posts about MS Azure will give you more detailed information on pricing, available services and options.
Google Cloud Storage is a modern and highly scalable storage service in the cloud, which suits for application development needs as well as for storing personal data. The storage is represented by three classes: Standard for frequently accessed data, DRA class with reduced availability and low-cost Google Nearline archival storage. As other major providers Google Cloud Storage offers high performnce, durability and availability for disaster recovery, business needs and personal archives. Learn about Google Cloud Storage in details from our blog.
Rackspace Cloud Files represent a scalable S3-compatible object storage service for media data and files. Apart from data storage Rackspace offers Content Delivery Network service to deliver the content of your website globally with minimum latency. Read Rackspace official documentation to learn about it in details.
Openstack is a cloud computing and storage service backed up by an OpenStack operating system. OpenStack Object Storage can be used by its own for storing data or in conjunction with computing platforms. It is one of the best low-cost, scalable, API-accessible storage platforms and can be combined with an existing application or used for backup, archiving and data retention needs. Read through OpenStack Swift official page.
IBM Softlayer represents transparent and fast cloud storage service with geographically-dispersed infrastructure. Four types of storage are available: Object storage for large amounts of unstructured data e.g. backups, images or media, Block Storage for structured data, File Storage supported by a web-accessible NAS device, Mass Storage Servers for enterprise-level users or developers and a Backup Storage designed specifically for backup needs. Apart from these options the storage service offers its Content delivery Network capabilities to decrease latency for websites or apps hosted in the cloud. Learn more on Softlayer official page.