A Google Platform that provides a location for the storage of all online files to its users in a centralized location which can be accessed easily. It can store the said data in any format, without any restrictions, and is called BLOB (Binary Large Object Block). It is more appropriate to store data for enterprises, unlike Google Drive. It stores data in form of buckets and once that is done, the user can easily upload, share or delete the files as per their convenience.
Why Google Cloud Storage?
- Google Cloud Storage has very high durability of about 99.99 %
- Unlimited storage is provided through Google Cloud Storage with absolutely no limits or restrictions on the type of data that can be stored
- Integration and operability with other services is also present in Google Cloud Storage and it supports work with Amazon S3 and Eucalyptus Systems
- One of the best things about this is that it allows users to upload the data after a system or connection failure stops it. Since it resumes uploading data there is no need to upload it from scratch – saving time
- Its web protocols are: MQTT and HTTP
- Security features include, authentication via XML API, TLS, and data encryption.