Thank you to all of our customers and friends; you’ve made 2018 a great year for Backblaze. Here’s a quick look at what we’ve been up to in the past year.
Backblaze will be celebrating its 12th year in business this coming April 20th. We’ve grown steadily over the years, and this year have reached $30 million ARR (annual recurring revenue). In a series of posts and in a BrightTALK Founders Spotlight interview, our CEO, Gleb Budman, shares his behind-the-scenes insight into what it’s really like to found a tech startup.
At Backblaze we’re always looking for interesting things to give to our loved ones so we’ve put together a lightly curated list of interesting gifts for the holiday season.
Let’s learn a bit about Morgan, Backblaze’s new director of sales.
Maintaining access to data archived on physical media requires regular migration to new storage media as the original media ages. By migrating once to cloud storage, you can end the cycle of constant data migrations and save money, too.
We reveal the math and the assumptions behind Backblaze’s LTO vs B2 cloud storage calculator. You can download an Excel spreadsheet and try it yourself.
How much data do photographers and videographers typically store? Jim, our Director of Marketing Operations, recently asked this question of his circle of media amateurs and professionals. We’re inviting our readers to answer this question, as well.
Network attached storage (NAS) and storage area networks (SAN) both provide dedicated storage solutions. We explore how they do it and the advantages and best uses for each.