B2 Quickstart Guide

By | July 12th, 2018

B2 Quickstart Guide
If you’re ready to get started with B2 Cloud Storage, these tips and resources will quickly get you up and running with B2.

What can you do with B2, our low-cost, fast, and easy object cloud storage service?

  • Creative professionals can archive their valuable photos and videos
  • Backup, archive, or sync servers, VMs, Linux systems, and NAS devices
  • Replace tape backup systems (LTO)
  • Host and serve text, photos, videos, and other web content
  • Build apps that demand affordable cloud storage

B2 cloud storage logo

If you haven’t created an account yet, you can do that here.

Just For Newbies

Are you a beginner to B2? Here’s just what you need to get started.

Saving photos to the cloud

Developer or Old Hat at the Cloud?

If you’re a developer or more experienced with cloud storage, here are some resources just for you.

diagram of how to save files to the cloud

Have a NAS You’d Like to Link to the Cloud?

Would you like to get more out of your Synology, QNAP, or Morro Data NAS? Take a look at these posts that enable you to easily extend your local data storage to the cloud.

diagram of NAS to cloud backup

Looking for an Integration to Super Charge the Cloud?

We’ve blogged about the powerful integrations that work with B2 to provide solutions for a wide-range of backup, archiving, media management, and computing needs. The links below are just a start. You can visit our Integrations page or search our blog for the integration that interests you.

diagram of cloud computing integrations

We hope that gets you started. There’s plenty more about B2 on our blog in the “Cloud Storage” category and in our Knowledge Base.

Didn’t find what you need to get started with B2? Ask away in the comments.

Roderick Bauer

Roderick Bauer

Content Director at Backblaze

Roderick has held marketing, engineering, and product management positions with Adobe, Microsoft, Autodesk, and several startups. He's consulted to Apple, Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, Cisco, Dell, the Pentagon, and the White House. He was a Ford-Mozilla Fellow in Media and Democracy with Common Cause in Washington, D.C., where he advocated for a free, open, and accessible internet for all, reducing media consolidation, and transparency in politics and the media.

He is Content Director for Backblaze.

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