Azure Storage vs RunAbove: What are the differences?
Developers describe Azure Storage as "Reliable, economical cloud storage for data big and small". Azure Storage provides the flexibility to store and retrieve large amounts of unstructured data, such as documents and media files with Azure Blobs; structured nosql based data with Azure Tables; reliable messages with Azure Queues, and use SMB based Azure Files for migrating on-premises applications to the cloud. On the other hand, RunAbove is detailed as "Extreme High-Performance Cloud Computing & Object Storage". We give you full access to the OpenStack API, which our compute (Nova) and storage (Swift) solutions are based on. This means no provider lock-in and easy automation of all your deployments. You can also manage your account and billing details via our RESTful API. You can choose between Horizon or OVH's easy-to-use web panel.
Azure Storage and RunAbove can be primarily classified as "Cloud Storage" tools.
Some of the features offered by Azure Storage are:
- Blobs, Tables, Queues, and Files
- Highly scalable
- Durable & highly available
On the other hand, RunAbove provides the following key features:
- OpenStack Nova and Swift API
- Ready to use SDKs
- Easy to use Runabove API
"All-in-one storage solution" is the primary reason why developers consider Azure Storage over the competitors, whereas "SSDs" was stated as the key factor in picking RunAbove.
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We use Azure Blob Storage for hosting all images on the Seen on Set website. These images are then geo-cached using Azure CDN.
We use Azure Storage to store all foundbite images and sound. Azure Storage is super easy to use and really cheap.
Azure Storage is used as a scalable NoSQL storage to prevent bottlenecks when the amount of data is growing.