It seems like only yesterday that we crossed the 350 petabyte mark. It was actually June 2017, but boy have we been growing since. In October 2017 we crossed 400 petabytes. Today, we’re proud to announce we’ve crossed the 500 petabyte mark. That’s a very healthy clip, see for yourself! Whether you have 50 GB,….
Starting in 2013, Backblaze has recorded and saved daily statistics from all the hard drives in our data centers. As of the end of 2017, we had 93,240 spinning hard drives and 88 million statistical records totaling 23 GB of data. Here is the summary of our findings for 2017 based on that data.
Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage supports CORS (Cross Origin Resource Sharing), which allows B2 customers to share the content of their cloud-based buckets with web pages hosted in origins other than B2. In this post we show how to set up CORS for B2.
One of the things we in the technology business are good at is coming up with names, phrases, euphemisms, and acronyms for the stuff that we create. The Cloud Storage market is no different, and we’d like to help by illuminating some of the cloud storage related terms that you might come across. We know….
In this post we provide a step-by-step tutorial on how to configure a Synology NAS as a Veeam backup repository, and in turn use Synology’s CloudSync software to back up that repository to the B2 Cloud.
If you’ve been using B2 Cloud Storage for a while, you probably think you know all that you can do with it. But do you? We’ve put together a list of blazing power tips to take you to the next level.
You probably know that B2 is Backblaze’s fast and economical general purpose cloud storage, but do you know everything that you can do with it?
If you’re a B2 newbie, here are some blazing power tips to help you get the most out of B2 Cloud Storage.
In this guest post, Seagate CTO Mark Re gives us an inside look at how Seagate engineers are developing the HAMR technology that will dramatically increase hard drive capacity beginning in 2018.