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3 meses de almacenamiento gratuito de objetos desde Linode

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Acabamos de añadir un cluster de Linode's S3-compatible con la solución de almacenamiento de objetos en nuestro centro de datos de Frankfurt. Para celebrarlo, regalamos a todos 3 meses de almacenamiento de objetos a partir de hoy.

Empezar es sencillo

No hay código promocional, ni proceso de canje, y lo más importante, no hay factura para el almacenamiento de objetos desde el 1 de marzo de 2020 hasta el 31 de mayo de 2020. 

  • Inscríbase Linode o regístrese en el Cloud Manager
  • Seleccione Almacenamiento de Objetos en la navegación del lado izquierdo del tablero de mandos
  • Selecciona "añadir un cubo"

Linode Object Storage facilita y hace más asequible a los desarrolladores la gestión de datos no estructurados. Es versátil, rentable y admite una variedad de casos de uso que van desde el simple almacenamiento multimedia hasta el alojamiento de grandes conjuntos de datos para aplicaciones avanzadas como el aprendizaje automático.

Si necesitas ayuda para empezar, aquí tienes algunas guías y tutoriales seleccionados por nuestro equipo de Documentación:

Como siempre, si experimentas un problema o necesitas ayuda, el servicio de asistenciaLinode está a tu disposición.


Precios y detalles de la promoción

Esta oferta es válida para clientes nuevos y existentes y se reflejará como una partida en su factura de Linode con un valor de 0,00 dólares.

Los paquetes estándar de Linode Object Storage van desde 250 GB hasta 50 TB de datos y hasta 50 millones de objetos por clúster. Los precios comienzan con 5 dólares al mes por 250 GB de almacenamiento y 1 TB de transferencia saliente (a partir de ahí, las tarifas de almacenamiento son de 0,02 dólares/GB y las de transferencia, de 0,01 dólares/GB) y transferencias entrantes ilimitadas siempre gratuitas.

La promoción incluye el precio de lista y la transferencia de red entrante. Se añadirá 1TB a su reserva de transferencias salientes de red; se aplicarán los excesos habituales. La oferta comienza el 3/01/2020 y se extiende hasta el 5/31/2020.


¿Utiliza actualmente otro proveedor para el almacenamiento en la nube?

Vea cuánto podría ahorrar con Linode aquí.


Comentarios (16)

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    I’m looking forward to seeing Object Storage in Sydney and Fremont. ?

    • pwoods

      Us, too, Philip! The eventual plan is to deploy in all data centers. There’s a lot of considerations when choosing which location comes next, but feedback from our customers can influence priority. Right now, we don’t have ETAs on when Sydney or Fremont will launch. When that happens, we’ll be sure to announce it here on our blog.

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    Great news!

    For those of us already using the Newark NJ Object Storage, does that mean no charge for the next 3 months? Also, if I wanted to migrate my current data from Newark to Frankfurt (most of my site access is from Europe), is there a straightforward way of doing that?

    Thanks!
    Dave

    • rgerke

      Hi Dave,

      It absolutely means that your Object Storage will be free for three months! The only thing you could get charged for is transfer, and that’s if you exceed your transfer pool allotment.

      To answer your other question, migration of a bucket from Newark to Frankfurt is possible, but as of right now you’ll need to do it by copying each object over individually.

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    We’ve tried object storage in the beta period and have really nice results. Now it’s in Frankfurt we will use it in production too. As far as I see from your documents you guys are charging for traffic in the same data center between Linode instances and the object storage for both inbound and outbound traffic. With this you can never be cheaper than AWS or GCP in many of the use cases.

    https://www.linode.com/docs/products/storage/object-storage/#transfer-quotas

    Do I misunderstood or you guys have a real reason for that? If I’m wrong please review your documents.

    Thanks

    • rgerke

      You’re right – uploading an object to your bucket from a Linode is billable because it counts as outbound transfer from your Linode.

      That being said, if your Linode is in the same data center as your bucket (i.e. Frankfurt), you can upload over IPv6 at no cost.

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    Is there any way of telling from the cloud manager how much space one’s Object Storage is using at the moment? And how much transfer has been used?

    • Jessica Yoo

      We don’t currently separate Object Storage transfer from your general transfer pool, though this is something we’re looking into. You can view the size of each object in your bucket; right now, you aren’t able to view the total size. We’ve made a note to look into how this can be included in the Cloud Manager. In the meantime, you can use s3cmd to view your bucket’s storage size: s3cmd du s3://$bucket

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    Is there a limit to the amount of data stored during this promotion?

    • pwoods

      Hey Travis! There are no limits in place during this promotion. By default, customers are limited to 50,000,000 objects and 50TiB, but the object limit can be raised through a Support ticket.

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    Hi!
    Will there be traffic charges for downloading from the object storage to the linode?

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    I’m really interested in Singapore location, plus add more tutorial and documentation about using this object storage.

    I’m using rclone for it, it work but a bit buggy. I know it not official yet, in my circle a lot people using that.

    • mjones

      Thanks for letting us know! We don’t have an ETA for when other data centers will have Object Storage, but we’re aiming to get it to all of them. We’ll be sure to put up an announcement here on our blog when it’s available in another data center.

      As for guides and documentation, could you let us know what sorts of guides you’d like to see? You can either open a ticket or send us feedback directly via email at feedback@linode.com

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    Is there a limit to the amount of data stored? Please help

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