A block storage service functions like a hard drive provided over the network. Developers can use block storage services to store files, combine multiple devices into a RAID array, or configure a database to write directly to the block storage device. Storage volumes are flexible, and developers will find them useful for almost any context where they need additional disk space.
New to Block Storage? Start learning here:
- Get familiar with the cloud storage landscape with an introduction to Storage concepts and terminology
- Learn about DigitalOcean’s Block Storage product with DigitalOcean Block Storage documentation