I wanted to try Digital Ocean spaces, but the pricing isn’t reasonable for my use case, also, I would be storing media files (ranges of 1Gb to 10Gb every month), has anyone tried wasabi or backblaze with Classicpress, their prices are the right fit for me.
I use BackBlaze. I was using Amazon S3 but I dumped all things Amazon after they irritated me. BackBlaze is about a quarter the price of S3 and is great for my purpose. But I’m not sure what you mean by “tried it with classicpress”. What sort of integration do you need?
It was Amazon shop that annoyed me. I bought something and even though I unticked every hard sell I could find, I still got signed up to a trial membership of Amazon Prime. It then took me 3 pages of instructions and about 6 different screens to cancel it.
At that stage I thought: “I don’t want these people having my CC number”.
I found a major problem with many S3-compatible providers including Digital Ocean Spaces. Anyone who can access one bucket can access all the buckets in an account.
So if you’re backing up several different clients’ sites to an account, and your client has a ClassicPress admin login, they can easily get the API and secret keys from the database and download ALL the backups you’ve stored for all client accounts.
Please see @viktor comment below. You create and use IAM user for backups, never your root account access. I create a different one for each agency. No it’s not easy to setup.
With UpdraftPlus we can even create a user per site, so even if they can view other buckets, they can,t access them. Not sure that helps for ClassicPress, but a good backup plugin should give you some control over AWS setup.