G-Core, once a spin-off of Wargaming, has evolved into a full blown hosting company. Initially, G-Core identified itself as a CDN company. But with the Edge Compute trend going on, our guess is that any CDN company will eventually become either a dedicated hosting or a dedicated compute company.
Wargaming specifically uses G-Core’s Storage solution. And we’re sure many other of G-Core’s hosting customers are also utilizing their storage.
The true strength of G-Core lies in its extensive network and their strong presence in Eastern European countries. Like Centurylink, CDN is the core of the company, so you can expect good performance/TTFB (Time to First Byte) on your assets.
G-Core’s in-portal access to support is a key feature. When dealing with problems, their support is fast and helpful.
|Cross Region Replication|
|S3 Compatible API|
|Management interfaces||Portal, REST api|
|Maximum object filesize||No physical limit, but files should be uploaded in segments of 5 GB|
|Minimum object filesize|
|Recommended max file count per bucket||10 million files per bucket recommended for best performace|
|Max filesize for a bucket|
|Maximum amount of buckets||1000|
|Authentication / ACL|
|CDN integration||G-Core’s roots lie in CDN and networking, CDN remains their core product to this day. Their strong networking background, combined with a global presence, creates a great overall performance.|
|Peering & interconnect||G-Core’s global public connectivity points are listed on PeeringDB|
|Unsupported Paid Feature Supported Unknown|