Storage

logz.io

Multi-Cloud Archive & Restore: Azure Blob Storage and AWS S3 Support

Logz.io has recently launched its Smart Tiering solution, which gives you the flexibility to place data on different tiers to optimize cost, performance and availability. Our mission has been to make Smart Tiering a multi-cloud and multi-region service. As part of this launch, we are glad to announce that the Historical Tier now supports Microsoft Azure Blob Storage, alongside AWS S3.

smikar

How to get the size of all your Azure Storage Accounts

Do you really ever know how much Azure Storage you are consuming or how many Azure Storage Blobs you have in each of your Storage Accounts? Perhaps you just need an overview of your Azure Storage Account Consumption, including things like the number of Blobs per storage account, Number of Containers, and the Azure Blob Storage Capacity used. All this information is quite easy to gather from one of the several reports available in Cloud Storage Manager.

sematext

Introducing MinIO Support in Sematext

Sematext Logs is a Log Management-as-a-service. Think of it as your own central location for logs in the cloud. If you prefer or need to keep logs in your own environment instead of shipping it to the cloud Sematext Enterprise, designed to run on your own infrastructure, makes that possible. You can collect logs from any part of your software stack or infrastructure, IoT devices, network hardware, and much more.

rancher

What is Cloud-Native Storage?

Cloud-native is the ultimate buzzword lately. So, is “cloud-native storage” just an attempt to grab on to this concept, hoping for a little boost? Actually, there is something more to it, and I’ll unpack that here. The premise of cloud-native storage is simple: its native habitat is a Kubernetes cluster. When we design with the assumption that a technology will exist in Kubernetes, we get to look around and see what functionalities already exist in that system.

manageengine

Solve storage monitoring woes with OpManager

Data in your enterprise organization doubles almost every year, and data multiplication at this pace requires boosting your storage capacity. But when the magnitude of data size increases, latency or performance lags are inevitable. You can outsource your storage infrastructure management to a third-party, but this might place your data at risk from security threats. The correct approach is to install a dedicated storage monitoring solution in your network. Fair enough! But is it essential?

instana

How To Monitor Google Cloud Storage

Google Cloud Storage is a cloud service used as durable, reliable, and secure object storage built to store and retrieve data from anywhere. According to the Google Cloud site ”Cloud Storage is a service for storing your objects in Google Cloud. An object is an immutable piece of data consisting of a file of any format. You store objects in containers called buckets. All buckets are associated with a project, and you can group your projects under an organization.”

spot

Introducing Spot Storage: Simple, Optimized, Integrated Storage for Cloud Applications

As Spot has grown over the last few years, our commitment to our customers has been to help them optimize their cloud infrastructure and simplify the day-to-day management of it. All the features and capabilities we’ve added into Spot products help us deliver on that promise through our application-driven approach to infrastructure management. In this paradigm, application workload patterns and requirements determine infrastructure.

smikar

How to find Azure BLOB files that haven't been accessed

Azure storage has provided companies with a way to store almost limitless amount of data. But just like kids in a candy store this can get out of hand, and expensive. Being able to store as much data as you want is great, however it is something that can grow to a point where you are spending more on storage than you actually need.