Storadera
Cloud Storage

  • S3 compatible cloud storage at 5x less than typical price
  • Fast and secure
  • No download fees
  • No additional charges
  • Always instantly available

Pricing is really simple

1 TB of storage will cost 6 EUR per month.
Absolutely no additional fees.

Read more about pricing

It is easy

Storadera Space integrates seamlessly with many tools like your favourite NAS, different backup and sync applications.

To help you get started, we have prepared some manuals for most common applications used with Storadera.

Read the integration manuals

Your cloud storage grows with you

No need for up-front investment.
Compatible with a wide range of applications. Cloud storage is also called Object storage.

If your application works with Amazon S3 then most probably you can use Storadera as well.

Integrations

Storadera is offering a very affordable cloud storage API (Application Program Interface).
That means you need some sort of application to use Storadera.
There are hundreds of applications that are compatible with S3 and thus compatible with Storadera.
We have detailed integration available for some applications. But it should work with any S3 compatible application.

AWS CLI

AWS CLI is a command line tool that allows accessing S3 compatible storage manually or make complex automations.
Available on Windows 10, Mac and Linux.

Cyberduck

Cyberduck is a libre server and cloud storage browser. Available on Windows 10 and Mac.

Duplicati 2.0 backup

Duplicati is a free backup software. Available on Windows 10, Mac and Linux.

MSP360™ (CloudBerry) Explorer Freeware

MSP360 Explorer Freeware is a nice file manager for cloud storage. Available on Windows 10.

Rclone

Rclone is a command line program to manage files on cloud storage. Available on Linux, Windows 10, Mac and more.

Synology Hyper Backup

Hyper Backup is a free backup tool included in your Synology NAS.

Veeam Backup & Replication

Veeam Backup & Replication is the one solution for simple, reliable and flexible protection of ALL of your cloud, virtual and physical workloads.

Universal integration manual

If you did not find your application from the list, please use this general manual to get going.

Our Users Love Storadera!

“I was looking for a way to have a backup of Synology NAS to keep all the important data safe from any failure or disaster. Storadera pricing was really simple and affordable and I decided to give it a try. It was super easy to set up Storadera as Synology Hyper Backup target. It took only 10 minutes from the registration on Storadera homepage till the backup was set up. Now even if something happens to the Synolgoy NAS itself, I know that data is safe.”

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Andres PajulaCEO, ML Novator Ltd.

Our Simple
Straight-Forward Pricing

The pricing is granular and you pay only what you use.
For example if you store 3.87 TB then you pay 3.87 * 6 = 23.22 EUR

All prices are presented without taxes. Appropriate taxes will be added based on your country.

Pricing

EUR

6

/ TB

  • Absolutely no additional fees
  • No minimum upload size limit
  • No minimum time to store a file
  • No upload charges
  • No download charges*
  • * Fair usage policy applies. The allowed download amount equals to your stored amount.

Comparison

We have mixed EUR and USD here on purpose to reflect the exact info on homepages.

ProviderStorage cost per TBDownload cost per TB
Storadera6 EUR0 EUR
Amazon AWS S324.5 USD90 USD
Microsoft Azure Blob storage19.6 USD80 USD
Google Cloud Storage23 USD120 USD

* Pricing comparison was done in April 2021.
* Competitors have really complex price lists and many pricing tiers with different caveats. This table is for overview only.
* All prices are for “hot” type of storage that has least restrictions and caveats on usage and pricing.
* AWS S3 info is based on the Frankfurt region but it is the same in several locations in Europe.
* Microsoft Azure info is based on the Germany West Central region.
* Google Cloud info is based on EU (Frankfurt)

Storadera does calculations in binary gigabytes (GB), where 1 GB is 2^30 bytes. This unit of measurement is also known as a gibibyte (GiB), but we do follow popular operating system conventions and use “GB”. Similarly, 1 TB is 2^40 bytes, i.e. 1024 GBs.