What is file level storage?

File Level Storage – This storage technology is most commonly used for storage systems, which is found in hard drives, NAS systems and so on. In this File Level storage, the storage disk is configured with a protocol such as NFS or SMB/CIFS and the files are stored and accessed from it in bulk.

Probably the biggest advantage of file-based storage is that anyone can understand the system. A hierarchical system is not only familiar with computers, but in principle, this method is also used in startup file folders.