ClearBlade Edge Buckets integrated with Google cloud to offer edge data storage
ClearBlade has announced a technology partnership with Google Cloud for ClearBlade’s Edge Buckets into the Google Cloud Storage service. The ClearBlade Edge Bucket feature allows for critical edge files coming from connected devices and machine processes to rapidly be stored into cloud file storage and available for use by other enterprise business processes. The feature is available out of the box for users of ClearBlade and Google Cloud to move IoT and Edge generated videos, images, audio, and logs into their cloud file storage.
Google Cloud Storage is the offering to store any file type of any size in Google Cloud. With built in permissions and encryption of all stored files turned on by default it offers a safe location for business critical IoT binary file data. For businesses to build AI models, produce traceability reports and have proof of function for liability reasons data generated at edge locations must be stored for long periods of time. In turn this data must be rapidly accessible for review and analysis. The ClearBlade Edge bucket feature makes moving these files from edge gateways as simple as using your personal cloud drive with its folder auto-synch capability. Developers using storage buckets are able to transparently move files across a complex network of distributed devices with a simple configuration parameter. With a service level agreement (SLA) of 99.99% and built in disaster recovery, customers can rely on Google Cloud to protect and recover their data.