Filebase has taken a unique approach to object storage by supporting the Sia, Storj, and Skynet decentralized storage networks today as our underlying storage layers.
To get started with Filebase, please see our Getting Started Guide that can be found here.
Decentralized Cloud Storage
Decentralized storage is when data are stored on multiple nodes that are all connected through a peer to peer network. Data stored across these nodes can be replicated in the event that one chunk of data is lost or destroyed.
When servers on these networks go offline, missing pieces are automatically repaired and uploaded to new nodes, without any interruption to you. When data redundancy regains perfect health, Filebase is able to achieve 3x redundancy for every object.
Easy to Use
Filebase manages all aspects of the data storage layer on your behalf and eliminates the complexities associated with storing data on any of the supported networks. Some of these restrictions include minimum file/sector size problems, retention issues and retrieval delays, and requiring the use of special software or skill sets to use these networks.
Edge Caching Technology
Filebase uses a unique and proprietary edge caching technology. If a recently or frequently accessed object is downloaded from our service, there is a high probability that this object will be cached in our edge layer. If data is cached on our edge, you won't be asked to pay for bandwidth consumed.
S3 Compatible API
Since Filebase is S3-Compatible, it works out of the box with S3 API compatible tools, SDKs, and frameworks. For a full list of tools that we have documentation on, please see here.
If you have any tools you'd like to use with Filebase but do not see any documentation on, please send us an email at [email protected].
Filebase offers both free and paid storage tiers. To learn more about our pricing, please see our pricing model here.