Wasabi storage buckets provide read-after-write consistency for HTTP PUTs of new objects and eventual consistency for overwrite HTTP PUTs and HTTP DELETEs. Wasabi also uses a data consistency model that means any operation followed by another operation will always give the same results. This Wasabi data consistency approach is in contrast to the Amazon S3 model which is "eventually consistent" in that you may get different results in two requests.
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- What is Wasabi?
- What is the difference between Amazon S3 and Wasabi?
- I am relatively new to S3-style cloud storage & want to understand how Wasabi compares to other cloud storage services like Carbonite, Dropbox, and Google Drive?
- Does Wasabi offer cloud services besides object storage?
- What can I do with Wasabi?
- Can I store my data in Wasabi but run my application in Amazon’s cloud?
- What storage classes does Wasabi offer?
- What kind of data can I store?
- Can I use Wasabi to store the primary or secondary copy of my data?
- How can I start using Wasabi?