Scaleway Rolls Out Block Storage Service

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Scaleway Rolls Out Block Storage Service

Cloud-hosting company Scaleway has announced the launch of a new block storage service that will enable consumers to purchase additional storage, attach that volume to a cloud instance, and use it for a database. Scaleway is also working on a managed Kubernetes service to deploy containerized applications directly which is going to take advantage of block storage.

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The company uses SSDs and can handle 5,000 input/output operations per second. It will allow consumers to create a volume on any size between 1GB and 1TB and beginning April 1, 2020, users will be able to scale up without having to detach the volume.


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