Data Storage 4 Articles
Object storage, also known as object-based storage, is a type of data storage in which each unit of data is stored as a discrete unit called an object. An object can be a discrete unit, anything like a pdf, audio, image or video file. These objects can be virtually any type of data and of any size. All objects in object storage are stored in a single, flat addresses space without a folder hierarchy.
There are mainly three types of data storage, which are object storage, file storage and block storage. What are they and what are their differences each of them?
Table Storage is a NoSQL multi-model database that provides massively structured data storage and fast query and analysis services. Table storage for distributed storage and a powerful indexing engine provide PB-level storage, 10 million TPS, and millisecond latency.
NAS is Network Attached Storage. As the name suggest NAS is usually attached to your computer through ethernet port via router or a network switch and allow multiple computers to connect to your NAS device at the same time.