What is Google Cloud Storage?

Cloud Storage is a globally secure and scalable repository that’s unchanging for object storage for immutable data such as images, text, videos, or any other file formats. More so, Google Cloud storage is a public enterprise cloud storage that can accommodate large unstructured data sets. Users can access their data through a web browser or a command line interface. GCS lies within GCP and provides a unified storage for archival or live data.

Similarly, objects stored in GCS are classified into buckets which are containers within the cloud that can be assigned storage classes.

Move & manage your data across all Google Cloud Storage Classes

Easily move your data to GCP Standard, Nearline, Coldline, and Archive storage storage classes depending on budget, availability, and access frequency.

Don’t refresh another tape library, replace it

Cloud is the new tape. Eliminate tape libraries, transportation logistics, and third-party records companies. Spend less time in your datacenter. GCP frees up resources and brings agility and scale to your backup and recovery operations all while improving reliability and availability.

Avoid that next storage hardware refresh or forklift upgrade

Improve your data resiliency and recoverability. Retire legacy backup hardware and tape. Simplify Operations. Stop the endless cycle of maintaining and refreshing backup hardware. No more large capital expenses as hardware reaches end of life. GCP provides flexibility and scale in a consumption-based model.

Protect against ransomware and other threats

Keep your backups air-gapped and safe from ransomware and other threats. GCP containers with Bucket Lock offers write-once (WORM), immutable storage to meet your compliance standards and ensure your data’s integrity while offering instantaneous access for quick restores.

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Google Cloud Storage