Like horse-drawn carriages, video rental stores, and scurvy, Blobstore is a leftover from an earlier time. It is a storage option on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) that stores objects called blobs and associates each blob with a key. It is used with Google App Engine services and allows applications to serve or get files based on an HTTP connection.
Blobstore is now superseded by Google Cloud Storage (GCS) but its usage is still possible with the actual storage in GCS, the same upload behaviour and minimal changes to the app.
In contrast to other modules in GCP, migration of Blobstore from one project to another is not straightforward. In this blog, we will investigate this migration.