Nodecraft saves big by switching to cloud providers in the Bandwidth Alliance

In the old days, if you wanted to play a game online you were subject to the whims of whomever ran the server — whether it was the choice of levels you played, game duration, or even the rules. Today, thanks to Nodecraft, anyone can play on their home turf without needing an IT department to do it.

Nodecraft chose to shift its storage to Bandwidth Alliance member Backblaze. As a result, Nodecraft completely eliminated the egress fees it was paying — representing huge savings in the long run - and additionally benefited from the lower costs of Backblaze’s innovative, pay-as-you-go B2 cloud storage service compared with AWS’s competing service. Nodecraft’s cofounder calls decision a “Total No-Brainer”*. Read the whole story to find out why.


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