Definition

Object Storage Service (OBS) is an object-based storage service that provides customers with massive, secure, reliable, and cost-effective data storage capabilities, such as bucket creation, modification, and deletion, as well as object upload, download, and deletion.

OBS provides super large storage capacity that can store any type of file and is suitable for websites, enterprises, developers, and common subscribers. As an Internet-based service, OBS provides web service interfaces over Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS). You can use OBS Console or OBS Browser to access and manage data stored on OBS from any computer connected to the Internet anytime, anywhere. In addition, OBS supports SDKs of programming languages including Java, Python, .NET, iOS, C++, Android, Ruby, and PHP, and Representational State Transfer (REST) application programming interfaces (APIs) that are compatible with Amazon S3 APIs. This way, you can easily manage your data stored on OBS and develop a wide range of upper-layer applications.

Public cloud services allow infrastructures to be deployed in multiple regions and deliver flexible expansion and enhanced reliability. Users can deploy OBS in specific areas to obtain fast access speeds at an affordable price.

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