What is File Storage?
File Storage, also known as Network Attached Storage (NAS), is specifically designed for shared data access by multiple applications or users. It facilitates efficient storage and retrieval of both structured and unstructured data, such as documents, images, and videos. This data is orderly structured into folders and subfolders, similar to a traditional file system, ensuring easy navigation and accessibility.
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File Storage vs. Block en Object Storage
File Storage is the ideal choice for standard file-level data storage, with simplicity and reliability at its core. It is especially suitable for companies that require regular access and streamlined management of their files. Block Storage, on the other hand, is optimized for situations where high performance and precision in data storage are required, such as with complex databases and I/O-intensive applications. For storing large amounts of unstructured data, like images, videos, and large datasets, Object Storage offers a scalable and flexible solution, excellent for growing businesses and their evolving storage needs.
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