Back in July 2016, when we launched C14, the idea was to provide a simple pricing model based on the amount of data stored in C14 with a per GB fee on the upload & retrieval operations.
Today we are enhancing C14 with a new service level - Intensive. The Intensive service level provides a simple per-GB-pricing without any operation fee, ideal for frequent archive accesses.
For €0.005 per GB / month, you can now frequently upload and retrieve data without any additional cost!
Enjoy the Intensive service level and upload up to 40TB per archive, using secure industry standard protocols: SFTP, Rsync or SCP.
The retrieval time of an archive for the Intensive service level depends of the amount of data in your archive.
C14 Enterprise Update
We have updated the C14 Enterprise service level characteristics and pricing. From now on, the Enterprise service level lets you get back your data quickly by unarchiving at a speed of approximately 10 minutes per TB. The Enterprise service level is ideal to store large amount of data that do not need to be acceded frequently offering a upload / retrieval cost of €0.025 per GB and a storage cost of €0.004 per GB / month. This new pricing will be effective starting 1st April 2017.
The enterprise service level is perfect when you need to archive large amounts of critical data in a secure, efficient and reliable environment.
C14 Rclone integration
Rclone is a command line program to synchronize files and directories to and from the most popular cloud storage solutions. The next Rclone release will provide C14 support. You will be able to effortlessly archive your data from anywhere to C14 and take advantage of the cost benefits offered by C14.
Have ideas about an integration you would like to see with C14? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.
Getting started with C14
Following are three ways to start archiving your data with C14:
From the console, create an archive, select a storage type and start uploading your data.
Using your shell, create a new archive with the C14 CLI.
Programmatically, using the C14 API
Happy data archiving!