Cloud Storage Services
Cloud storage services are roughly divided into three types: file storage, block storage, and object storage. Each type has its own specific features, and we will list them in detail below:
All major organizations and websites that use the internet are sure that they need a service that helps them store a lot of unorganized data such as images, video clips, files, audio clips, and other files that can be used on web sites, and that can face many challenges in finding ways to store such data and make its cost appropriate.
And here comes the role of data storage, which is considered one of the cloud storage services and is a structure that contributes to storing all data that contains large data stores for unorganized data.
Object storage service also works on formatting stored data and allows it to be customized by description, making it easy to access the required data and analyze it, avoiding the big search process for that data.
Among the advantages of object storage is also that it uses a container storage method instead of organizing those objects in hierarchical sequences or folders, and it enjoys high scalability and security, in addition to the ability to access and manage it remotely, and the ability to store large amounts of data at low cost.
This type of cloud hosting in Saudi Arabia uses a storage server or file storage on a wide range of network, it works to store all data and format it through hierarchical sequencing, which is known as the storage server and is connected to the NAS network and is the type that is connected to the common protocols at the file level for SMB, which is used in NFS files and can be found in Linux.
Applications used by organizations generally use databases or systems that help in planning resources of ERP organizations, which work to store data specifically at a low response time for each user or host, and this is similar to the direct-connected storage DAS and in this case, you can use cloud hosting in Saudi Arabia that works to store data on a block basis and each block is characterized by a unique identifier for ease of recovery and storage from it.