UpCloud launches Object Storage for content delivery and data archival

October 26, 2020

UpCloud, a European leader in high-performance cloud hosting, introduces Object Storage, a cloud storage solution for content delivery and data archival.

“Object Storage provides a delivery platform for static content separate from Cloud Servers, as well as a place to store archival data such as backups. This enables our customers to focus on building their applications instead of maintaining servers,” says UpCloud’s Head of Product Juha-Pekka Järvenpää.

All Object Storage buckets are private by default keeping the data safe. Object Storage can be used for private data storage that is securely attached to Cloud Servers via private networks, or made public and used for delivering files on the Internet.

Flexible management with three plans to choose from

UpCloud Object Storage comes in three plans with data capacities of 250 GB, 500 GB and 1 TB. Each plan includes a set amount of transfer quota per month. Even though individual Object Storage instances have a capacity limit of 1 TB, users can deploy as many of them as needed for their storage capacity requirements. In addition, any smaller Object Storage instances can be easily scaled up by simply adding more storage.

Moreover, with the upcoming launch of UpCloud’s Network Transfer Pool, Object Storage instances and Cloud Servers can share their transfer quotas without any extra configuration or fee!

At launch, Object Storage is available in four UpCloud data centres: FI-HEL2 in Helsinki, NL-AMS1 in Amsterdam, SG-SIN1 in Singapore and US-CHI1 in Chicago with a plan to cover all UpCloud’s data centres globally.

Robbert Hoeffnagel

Robbert Hoeffnagel

Editor and consultant @ Belgium Cloud, DatacenterWorks, InfosecurityMagazine.be, Green IT Amsterdam and Mepax
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