If you are building an application that needs to store customers' data in the cloud, you have a few options to think about.
In this post I will be comparing two common options we analyzed in the past and list their pros and cons based on our trials. I will be using AWS S3 and DigitalOcean Spaces as reference.
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👉 The options we compared were:
A.Separate buckets for customers. Where each bucket represents a customer's folder.\
B.Separate customer folders in one bucket (recommended most of the time).
👍 The pros of using separate buckets:
👎 The cons of using separate buckets:
👍 The pros of using separate folders all in one bucket:
👎 The cons of using separate folders all in one bucket:
Let me know if that's helpful and what you end up doing!
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