OpenIO and Backblaze B2 integrate smartly for organizations that manage terabytes or petabytes of data and wish to significantly reduce their data storage costs by intelligently managing the location of where their data is stored. The integration of OpenIO and B2 allows organizations to set up and manage their own hybrid cloud for data storage.
How it works
OpenIO manages new data as it is stored locally on private cloud storage devices, where it stays until it meets the transfer and routing criteria being managed by OpenIO. Data which is designated for archive or warm storage can be automatically routed and stored in the B2 cloud. There it can still be easily and quickly accessed as needed, even though it is stored off-site, at a significant savings in storage costs.