Add Block Storage to a Cloud Server with Linux
After creating a Block Storage volume in the Cloud Panel and assigning it to a server, Linux servers will need to be configured to access the new Block Storage. Learn how to add Block Storage to a Cloud Server with Linux.
Block Storage Use Case: Database Storage
Learn how IONOS Block Storage can be integrated with a database solution to extend an application, increase performance, and provide a fail-safe in case of server issues. Block Storage is an easy way to add fast, efficient storage space to a Cloud Server. Block Storage is managed like a hard drive. You can easily resize a Block Storage volume, remove it, or assign it to a different Cloud Server.
Block Storage vs Shared Storage: Which One is Right for You?
IONOS offers two forms of additional storage for Cloud Servers: Shared Storage and the new Block Storage feature. Learn the key differences between Block Storage and Shared Storage, and how to choose the right one for your needs.
Block Storage Use Case: App Hosting
Learn about an ideal use case for Block Storage: hosting an app which requires server-side processing (like Java or PHP). Learn how Block Storage can provide portability and high performance for server-side applications, and serve multiple needs throughout the app's life cycle.