IBM Object Storage for Bluemix is now generally available. IBM Object Storage for Bluemix provides organizations and developers a durable service to store, to access, and to manage unstructured data for cloud-based applications. It’s easy to use, with only few clicks to get started!
We are pleased to announce that IBM Object Storage for Bluemix is now generally available with support for U.S. and U.K. (London) regions. This service provides organizations and developers with a durable service to securely store, access, and manage large amounts of unstructured data for cloud-based applications. Leveraging this Object Storage for Bluemix, users can build and deliver cloud applications and services with lowered cost, greater reliability, and speed to market.
A new storage model for unstructured data has rapidly emerged that can be used and integrated for cloud scale applications and services. IBM Bluemix Object Storage service is an implementation of this new cloud service that provides data storage with addressable metadata that allows developers to easily reference and integrate stored object with applications. Many developers ask “What is the difference between object storage and other storage models?” In order to better understand object storage, this post presents commonly used models and the contrasts the differences.
The IBM Bluemix Object Storage beta provides a storage service that enables developers to store their unstructured data and build applications around their data content. Bluemix developers and their application users can access and store unstructured data content with the new Object Storage service. The service helps developers interactively compose and connect object storage to applications and services on the Bluemix Platform and from external applications. The new service provides a long list of benefits and features.