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BackBlaze’s new big file service goes head to head with Amazon Web Services

April 6, 2016 - Uncategorized


BackBlaze launched a surprisingly low-cost alternative to Amazon S3 late last year which surprised many – just $0.005 per GB per month, which significantly under cut Amazon’s price of $0.022. Now, the company’s expanding B2 and getting even bigger: it’ll now support 10 TB files, which is twice the limit of what both Amazon S3 and Google’s Cloud allows. These can be downloaded via the Web interface, command line or the API. It’s also announcing a snapshot feature that allows developers and users to grab a moment-in-time image of the file system, up to 10 TB, to ensure that nothing is ever…

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