Unlimited cloud storage and immediate HTTP access, powered by OpenStack Swift
OVH Cloud Storage combines performance and scalability
With OVH Object Storage, you only pay for what you use, with no limit on the total volume of data or how long you store it for. Thanks to OpenStack Swift technology, you can store your high-performance data in the OVH cloud environment and instantly access it whenever you need. This solution is perfect for web projects and you can also make your objects available through HTTP.
The benefits of this solution
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From a few kilobytes to several petabytes
Data durability: 100%
Triple data replication
Storage made easy
Storage architecture is often complicated by the coexistence of several different file systems, proprietary technologies or generations of hardware. Object Storage offers a simpler approach. You can upload or delete any kind of data to or from one or more containers, all via the API or OVH Control Panel. You or your customers simply access your objects via a public or secure URL. It doesn't matter how many objects you have or the volume of data.
Included with your storage
Unlimited number of containers
All file types
Up to several petabytes of storage
3 types of containers (Public, Private & Static Web)
Network SLA 99.999%
File durability: 100%
OVH & OpenStack API
OVH Control Panel
Advanced rights management
Phone support: 0333 370 0425
Multimedia, binaries, e-commerce. Store an infinite volume of data.
Billing data, legal information, logs. Archive with ease and based on your usage.
Quick and efficient access to static resources for your websites. Link your domains and upload your files.
reversibility and automatic deployment guaranteed
OVH, a member of the OpenStack Foundation, gives you access not only to its own API and Control Panel, but also to Swift - the standard OpenStack API - and Horizon - the OpenStack management interface.
This means that you can migrate to and from a third-party provider's platform at any time, making it easier to manage your files.