What are the differences between OneDrive and Wasabi?

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Let us understand the concepts of Wasabi and OneDrive before learning the differences between them.

OneDrive

OneDrive is a Microsoft cloud service which connects all your files. It helps us to store and protect our files, share them with others and we can access them from anywhere. It is a file hosting service available in 107 languages.

It was launched in 2007 by Microsoft as a web version of office. It offers 5GB of storage space for free and a paid version offers a space of 100 GB, 1 TB, and 6 TB available either separately or with Office 365 subscriptions.

Features

The features of OneDrive are as follows −

  • Larger sized documents can be shared

  • It has access control and permission management features.

  • It is a cost effective software and also reliable with content management

  • Syncing your data files to your OneDrive app

  • Resolved syncing issue

  • Sharing files with others

Advantages

The advantages of OneDrive are as follows −

  • One drive is an affordable service

  • It provides a large amount of storage for very less.

  • Access with mobile and desktop which makes it very convenient

  • Remote Access and File sharing concept

Disadvantages

The disadvantages of OneDrive are as follows −

  • Its integrations into other operating systems,

  • Uploading a file with a larger size takes time.

  • Document management is slightly difficult

  • Syncing issues can occur.

  • User interface could be improved.

  • OneDrive email app can focus more on spam filtering.

Wasabi

Wasabi is a hot cloud storage company. It delivers fast, low-cost, and reliable cloud storage. Generally, the Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage is 1/5 the price of Amazon S3 and faster than the competition with no fees for API requests.

Wasabi Cloud Storage where one size fits all cloud object storage service which satisfies all storage performance requirements. Generally the Hot cloud storage costs less than cold storage service and is faster than traditional frequent-access storage services.

Applications

The applications of Wasabi are as follows −

  • Web and mobile apps

  • Agile development and testing

  • Big data and analytics

  • Commercial software

Features

The features of Wasabi are as follows −

  • Ultra-low-cost pricing

  • Industry-leading performance

  • Extreme data durability

  • Comprehensive access controls and data encryption

  • Amazon S3-compatible API

  • Intuitive browser-based interface

Advantages

The advantages of Wasabi are as follows −

  • No equipment to buy or manage

  • Pay-as-you-grow scalability

  • Inherent resiliency and data integrity

  • Easy to use and administer

  • No vendor lock-in

Disadvantages

The disadvantages of Wasabi are as follows −

  • Only one data centre

  • There is no ecosystem surrounding

  • The amount we need to pay for uploading 1TB or 1KB is the same.

Differences

The major differences between OneDrive and Wasabi are as follows −

OneDriveWasabi
OneDrive was launched by Microsoft in the year 2007.
Wasabi is owned by Wasabi incorporation in 2017
OneDrive offers 5 GB free storage space.
Wasabi does not offer free storage space
OneDrive provides 5 TB maximum storage space for the paid version.
Wasabi provides unlimited storage space for paid.
OneDrive provides a maximum file size of 100 GB.
Wasabi maximum storage size is unlimited.
One Drive provides file hosting service and cloud storage service.
Wasabi provides file hosting service and cloud storage service.
One Drive supports remote uploading.
Wasabi does not support remote uploading.
OneDrive has no band-width limit.
Wasabi has no band-width limit.
OneDrive supports file versioning.
Wasabi does not support file versioning.
raja
Updated on 21-Mar-2022 10:09:58

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