I think both Cristophe and Berin make good points about the considerations. I will not repeat these but offer some basic advice based on some personal experience with this.
If your database can support the LOBs you wish to store (they are within the limits for your platform) and your total space allocated to these LOBs is not a significant percentage of ...
I have the same argument, with different conclusions. The problem statement is that you have large text objects that need to be stored, but did not mention what actions need to be taken outside of storage.
Blob storage is cheap, fast, and just about seven nines of uptime
Generally well secured, and you have good control over traffic can be ...
The law of the instrument tells us that:
If you have a hammer in your hand, every problem starts to look like a
So before jumping too quickly to a solution look objectively at the needs and requirements. In particular security
needs, access control, and transactional consistency requirements.
Blob in DB:
benefits from the access ...