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Linode Object Storage is S3-compatible, highly available, and easily scalable storage for any of your backup, big data and data archiving needs. With Object Storage you do not need to have or use a Linode virtual machine to benefit from storing your files or expanding your capacity.

Nutanix Objects solves the problem of unanticipated data growth—specifically, unstructured data that starts small then grows at a rapid pace. Storing unstructured data using traditional block or file data management protocols could result in unmanageably large, complex, and expensive solutions.

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Linode Object Storage is ranked 21st in File and Object Storage while Nutanix Objects is ranked 22nd in File and Object Storage. Linode Object Storage is rated 0.0, while Nutanix Objects is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Linode Object Storage is most compared with StackPath Object Storage, whereas Nutanix Objects is most compared with .

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