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Online file Storage, Accessible from Java

 
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Hello! New to this forum, please help and don't be mean

I've got an (almost) fully functioning app running in Google App Engine; problem is, their quotas and limits are horrible. Upon (hopefully) reaching mass distribution soon, my program will simply not be able to function without investing heavily into file storage in the GAE.

Here is the question: Does anyone know of any free, good cloud hosting storage provider that has a large amount of storage space (unlimited?) that can successfully integrate with java? ie I'll be able to upload, download and delete files from a java application?

Any help would be seriously appreciated. Thank-you for your time!
 
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I don't think you are going to find FREE huge cloud storage, nobody buys mult- terabyte servers as a public service. You will however find CHEAP cloud storage.

Whatever you select, they are extremely likely to provide example Java code, I know Amazon does.

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