We performed a comparison between Microsoft Azure Object Storage and Oracle Cloud Object Storage based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Public Cloud Storage Services solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
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REST-based object storage for unstructured data in the cloud
Scale with no new hardware - eliminates new capital expenditures, opens up data center space and reduces power and cooling requirements.
Elastic storage - shared infrastructure allows for infinite scalability. Eliminates forecasting and long procurement cycles.
Pay as you go and subscription models - purchase capacity with no commitment or reduce costs with longer-term agreements
Simple to manage industry standard OpenStack and RESTful APIs streamline management integration, freeing resources to accelerate other cloud projects.
Microsoft Azure Object Storage is ranked 9th in Public Cloud Storage Services with 16 reviews while Oracle Cloud Object Storage is ranked 18th in Public Cloud Storage Services. Microsoft Azure Object Storage is rated 8.4, while Oracle Cloud Object Storage is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Microsoft Azure Object Storage writes "Great for copying data, extremely stable, and has a relatively easy initial setup". On the other hand, Microsoft Azure Object Storage is most compared with Amazon S3, Wasabi, Google Cloud Storage, Azure NetApp Files and Microsoft Azure Block Storage, whereas Oracle Cloud Object Storage is most compared with Amazon S3, Amazon EFS (Elastic File System), Oracle Database Backup Service and Oracle Cloud Archive Storage.
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