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Tutorial For Using Google's Cloud Storage Nearline

By Chris Crum

May 14, 2015

Google announced the launch of Google Cloud Storage Nearline, a new service for cold (or infrequently accessed) data storage. The company touts its fast performance and low cost. Data is made immediately available with about 3-second response times, and the cost is 1c per GB for data at rest.

The service is for data in which you're willing to pay less for "slightly lower" availability and "slightly higher" latency. Businesses may wish to use it for data that's stored specifically for legal or regulatory reasons, for example.

"Cold storage and disaster recovery are both considered 'backup' or 'archival' storage scenarios. In both scenarios, data is accessed infrequently after initially being written, and data reads do not require the same extremely high availability and low latency as online serving scenarios. In this way, the scenarios are very similar," Google says. "However, cold storage and disaster recovery also differ in a very important way. In a disaster recovery scenario, when you need to read the [...]

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