Storage volumes provide a block-level storage device for use as the primary system drive on a Paperspace machine. Volumes appear to the operating system as locally attached storage which can be partitioned and formatted according to your needs.
Volumes offer cost-effective storage that is ideal for a broad range of workloads. They are well suited to both applications that rely on random reads and writes, and to throughput-intensive applications that perform long, continuous reads and writes.
• Regions: Volumes are region specific.
• Media: Volumes are backed by SSDs.
• Sizes: Volumes can be created in sizes ranging from 50 GB to 2,000 GB.
Pricing for storage is based on the size of the disk.
Virtual Machine boot drives. The storage fee is charged for the duration that you own the machine.
Shared Drives. Drives are commonly used to share files between machines and behave similarly to a local office file server (referred to as network attached storage or NAS). Drives are mounted using standard tools within the OS.