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.
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.
Over the past several months, B2 Cloud Storage has continued to grow like we planted magic beans. During that time we have added a B2 Java SDK, and certified integrations with GoodSync, Arq, Panic, UpdraftPlus, Morro Data, QNAP, Archiware, Restic, and more. In addition, B2 customers like Panna Cooking, Sermon Audio, and Fellowship Church are….
Editor’s Note: Our co-founder & CTO, Brian Wilson, was working on a few minor performance enhancements and bug fixes (Inherit Backup State is a lot faster now). We got a version of this note from him late one night and thought it was worth sharing. There are a few absolutes in life – death, taxes,….
Editor’s note: We posted this article originally in August 2016. We’ve since updated it with new information. APFS, or Apple File System, is one of the biggest changes coming to every new Apple device. It makes its public debut with the release of iOS 10.3, but it’s also coming to the Mac (in fact, it’s….
Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage 1.0 is out of Beta and available for organizations large and small to reliably, yet inexpensively, store their data in the cloud. B2 not only provides cloud storage at 1/4th the cost of leading providers, it also comes with a 99.9% Service Level Agreement (SLA), free and premium support options, and a growing list of partners who have created integrations to sync, backup, or archive data to the B2 cloud.
With the 20,000+ people that have signed up for B2, we have received a lot of feedback, and have been working diligently to incorporate it. If you like big files…really big files, you’ll really like this release — the B2 Big File Beta — but there’s a lot more to like. Let’s take a look.
On February 11th, Adobe released an update to Creative Cloud (v 22.214.171.124) which, as they put it, “…in some scenarios the application may incorrectly remove files with user writeable permissions from the system root directory.” You can find their release notes here. This meant that if you were an Adobe Creative Cloud customer on Mac….