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IaaS - Object Storage

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$ 100.00 USD
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$ 100.00 USD



Cloud Object Storage Single Node

Local redundancy using redundancy strategies on raid 10 storage devices.

Incoming traffic:        Included

Outbound traffic:         $ 0.0165 / GB

Storage:       $ 0.014 / GB / month

Cloud Object Storage Replication X3

Redundancy in local storage devices plus three synchronized copies in different data centers.

Incoming traffic:          Included

Outbound traffic:           $ 0.0165 / GB

Storage:         $ 0.01792 / GB / month

Store your files in a space accessible by HTTPS using the OpenStack Swift API or the S3 API. Your objects enjoy a software layer that manages metadata, access permissions, and smart behaviors directly at the data level. It is the ideal place to store static files and exploit them from an application or simply publish them on the internet.
  • Scalable: It is no longer necessary to know in advance how much storage space your project requires. Object Storage offers unlimited space for your applications where you can store files of all kinds without a possible lack of disk space being any limitation.
  • Resilient: The data is distributed in several clusters that enjoy a triple replication for each object. These replicas are kept simultaneously on different disks and servers to ensure their durability.
  • Integrated in your application: All actions can be performed through an API, thus facilitating automation and integration in the application layers that manipulate the data. OpenStack Swift libraries, available in multiple languages, will make integration even easier.

  • Store your company data: Business data often takes up a large amount of space: satellite data, video or measurement logs are just a few examples. Object Storage offers affordable storage cost and the assurance that your data is protected so you don't have to manage it.
  • Document catalog: The document catalogs managed by the applications offer static content in different formats: images, text files, tables or even sound and video. This data can be managed directly from these applications. In addition, according to the access rules that you establish, you can grant read-only permission to all users through the internet.
  • Migration from API S3: Enjoy the competitive price of our Object Storage solution by migrating your data from any provider that offers the S3 API to the OVHcloud platform.

Migrate from S3 to
  • Protect yourself against lock-in: Thanks to our S3-compliant API, you can retain control of your data and transfer it to a service provider that guarantees reversibility.
  • Reduce costs: Enjoy the best prices on the market for storage and traffic. Also, control your billing at all times and avoid unpleasant surprises at the end of the month.
  • Adapt your application easily: Update only your configuration ("endpoints" and identifiers) keeping the same code in your applications and the same tools.

How to use

Create an object container (or "bucket"): swift post repo01
Configure access permissions to make a container public: swift post repo01 --read-acl ".r: *"
Upload a file to Object Storage: swift upload repo01 image.jpg

  • Public or private: By default, containers and their objects can be accessed through authentication. To make objects publicly available, you can open unauthenticated access to them over the internet.
  • Version control: By "versioning" objects that can be activated at the container level, you can historicize changes to your objects and restore versions on demand.
  • Container Synchronization: Synchronize your containers so data is the same everywhere. This function can be useful for, for example, keeping data located in several locations in the same state.
  • Temporary URL: Temporary URLs allow you to provide read or write access to an object for a specified period of time. After this period, the URL will no longer be valid.
  • Expiration of objects: Objects can have an expiration date as an attribute. In that case, the object will be deleted on that date.
  • Managing access control lists (ACLs): Precisely configure access permissions by user and by access method, for both objects and containers.
  • Static web content: When configuring a container in static mode, the OVHcloud Object Storage works like a traditional web server: first it delivers "index.html" or, if there is no "index.html" object, it presents by default an index in HTML of the URLs of the objects.
  • Bulky objects: Object Storage allows you to store both small and very heavy objects, with no size limit. Multiple terabyte files can be stored without problem.
  • CORS: This mechanism, managed by code in web browsers, allows authorizing access to objects from another domain, thus separating the code of a website from its static objects.
  • Checksum: Object metadata automatically incorporates an MD5 signature to ensure the integrity of the transferred object.
  • Use of DNS: Configure a specific record in your domain's DNS zone to redirect directly to a container on your Object Storage.
  • S3 identifier generation: It is possible to generate specific identifiers to configure a tool in the S3 API. You just have to modify the "endpoints" in the application using these identifiers and thus enjoy compatibility.