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What is Oktawave Cloud Storage (OCS)?
Posted by Maciej KarmaƄski on 28.12.2012 11:20

Oktawave Cloud Storage (OCS) is a logical unit running in the virtualized resources of Oktawave data center, defined by the amount of disk space (expressed in GB, gigabytes) and available on the public Internet TCP/IP.

OCS is an object storage (data storage space), used mainly for storing static files, providing very high availability through multiple replication, and easy access to the data (via HTTP Restfull) at a low price. It is ideal for storing static video resources, graphics or any files that need to be delivered to the client browser in a short time without their own servers, with an appropriate authorization level.

We recommend OCS as a data storage system in infrastructure that will operate on the basis of load balancing (where file sharing is used between application servers). OCS is the equivalent of Amazon S3, and the principle of its operation is similar to e.g. NFS that is available on the public Internet TCP/IP via HTTP protocol.

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